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Nude Selfie Prompts Seminar For Parents On The Dangers Of Social Media

Saint John Fisher School will host the Internet safety seminar following an incident on Snapchat.

River North »

This $70,000, Battery-Powered Exoskeleton Lets Paralyzed Man Walk Again

Paralyzed from the chest down, a River North man is back on his feet thanks to a high-tech exoskeleton.

Rogers Park »

'Hackerspace' in Former Zenith Spot Opens, Pours Molten Metal

The Chicago Industrial Arts and Design Center offers classes in 3D printing, woodworking and more.

Lincoln Park »

'Welcome to Innovation Island': UI LABS Touted as Tech Epicenter

With the opening of UI LABS, Chicago hopes to position itself as the epicenter of digital manufacturing.

West Loop »

Ever Waited Forever for a Bus Only to Have 3 Show Up? CTA Hopes to Fix That

A new CTA system unveiled Monday aims to eliminate "bus gapping" and "bunching.”

Downtown »

Listen to Wednesday's Top DNAinfo Radio Stories

DNAinfo Radio offers the story behind the story, told by the reporters in Chicago's neighborhoods. 

Wicker Park »

5 Wicker Speed Cameras Issue More Than $1 Million in Fines Over 10 Months

After getting ticketed over two consecutive days, one driver said she even changed her route to work.

Mt. Greenwood »

Ag School Wins First-Ever Best Buy Challenge

The Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences earned a special visit from the Geek Squad on Tuesday.

Lincoln Park »

See Chicago Through a Pin-Sized Hole in a Shipping Container

The Liminal Camera made its way across the country this summer photographing the American landscape.

North Center »

Lane Tech Students Get Crafty With First Maker Lab in CPS

It's a tech ed class for the 21st century, combining physical craft with technology.

The Loop »

Uber To Start Delivering Lunches Downtown With UberEATS Service

The ride-hailing service will offer two meal options to hungry people every weekday.

Washington Park »

Endangered Schulze Bakery May Soon Be Reborn as a Data Center

The developer said he's back on track after struggling for nine years to save the historic bakery.

Lincoln Park »

DePaul Discussion Connects Climate Change with Charity, Religion

DePaul University is hosting a lecture on climate change and its impact on turmoil in the 17th century.

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