The station has sought federal approval for its music and community radio station since 2000.
In Case You Missed It , DNAinfo's weekly podcast, highlights some of this week's neighborhood news.
The city on Thursday unveiled a map detailing the city's 1,429 residential parking zones.
NextME allows guests to check their status in line and restaurants to notify patrons of their table.
Traffic is being detoured off Lawrence Avenue after a sewer collapse at the intersection of Albany.
The co-creator of the lesbian dating app says Scissr is like Grindr, "only classier."
And it can't be said that the "Star Wars" Chewbacca voters have a bad feeling about this.
Here are the neighborhood stories you must read this weekend.
Brenda Remess won the high school $10,000 through full commitment to an "Hour of Code" contest.
No one has been arrested in the Nov. 16 incident, but Uber removed the driver, the company said.
Expect the popular online indie station on your dial in 2015, reaching as far south as Logan Square.
The Brown Line is the CTA's third 'L' line featured in a series of videos from the agency.
A new budget proposal would place the onus for collecting the tax on online firms like Airbnb.
A pay-per-use college textbook service and a tool used to track diseases abroad are among the winners.
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