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Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Chicago is "the epicenter of innovation."
The firm hoping to open near 24th and Halsted streets set meetings for Tuesday, Wednesday.
The survey, reportedly given by the principal to students at Pritzker, used emoticons to query kids.
Uber insisted 40 percent of its rides begin or end in underserved areas, while taxi firms scoffed.
The measure would prevent an application for a liquor license from 7-Eleven from being renewed.
Aldermen Bob Fioretti and John Arena moved to put off changes to strip clubs for at least a month.
Chicago would join New York, where opponents predicted fewer pay raises and more layoffs.
The ordinance would allow stores to sell only dogs and cats from shelters and humane societies.
The botanical brewery took its case to East Village residents as it attempts to persuade City Council.
Rousemary Vega called on Mayor Rahm Emanuel to pay more attention to Chicago Public Schools children.
Method, an environmentally-friendly cleanser company, is building a plant in the Pullman neighborhood.
The State Board of Education called for ISATs to be presented even to students who had opted out.
The name change was prompted by confusion about the group's mission.
The controversial transportation network will deliver Polish pastries on Paczki Day.
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