Mayor Emanuel asked federal officials to double the number of public meetings about a new O'Hare runway.
Two bills pending in the Illinois House are designed to reduce jet noise over the Far Northwest Side.
Jesus "Chuy" Garcia tried to capitalize on anger about jet noise to win over voters in four wards.
That plan could include shelving a plan to tear up diagonal runways, according to the mayor's office.
Complaints rose 20 percent in January, according to data released by a city commission.
Complaints rose 7 percent in December, according to data released by a city commission.
The free app is designed to make it easier to register a complaint, its creator said.
The project includes $25 million to rehabilitate the Jefferson Park Transit Center, officials said.
The number of guns confiscated nationwide hit an all-time high in 2014.
Jim Sacluti, 38, of Sauganash, was arrested at O'Hare Airport in connection with a 2013 investigation.
Complaints rose in October, but dropped in November, according to data released Friday.
The racket caused by new runways has been deafening, Northwest Siders say.
This year was an eventful one for the Northwest Side neighborhoods.
"I'm glad we did it," Colleen Cichon-Mulcrone said. "But I'm angry that we had to do it."
The mayor and federal aviation officials must do more to address jet noise complaints, Quigley said.
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