Federal officials say unauthorized aerial photography in Chicago is "illegal and can be dangerous."
You can charge your phones, laptops and tablets for free at some Metra stations.
Every year, dozens of solar-powered homes in Chicago open their doors to visitors for the "Solar Tour."
Microsoft Digital Alliance will give free technology classes at EnglewoodBlue.
The Englewood Codes program begins Oct. 6.
DNAinfo readers submitted thousands of drawings of where their neighborhoods are. Here are the results.
The exhibit, which will kick off Oct. 1., includes artwork depicting urban animals like dragonflies.
The Beverly Unitarian Church will collect hazardous household waste in its parking lot atop the ridge.
After a glitch was reported in the Chicago Police Department's website, the issue has been resolved.
1547 Critical Systems Realty will occupy all of the five-story main bakery on Garfield Boulevard.
Chicago artist Bryan Sperry will unveil his collection of robot warriors at a new exhibit Friday.
After a successful pilot program, Uber Chicago is now offering the service citywide.
Foursquare studied various vices across the country, and found ours to be a certain magical milkshake.
In each incident, the victim was met by a group of men along with a woman who arranged the meeting.
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