Forty artists submitted designs for new bike racks coming to the 49th Ward.
City crews will replace the 75-year-old sewer under Talcott Avenue as part of a $7.6 million project.
Lincoln Park reporter Paul Biasco staked out a parking lot to witness the tow trucks in action.
Brian Howard "made a tragic mistake in the course of trying to end his own life," his attorney said.
Brian Howard posted that he planned to sabotage the center and kill himself, the FBI said.
Artist Gaston Nogues will be at a meeting at the The Silver Room, 1442 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Flights continue to be delayed — and even canceled — after Friday's intentional fire at control center.
Ten food trucks joined taxis and livery services in celebrating the city's initiatives on social media.
DNAinfo's Jon Hansen talked about some of this week's top stories on Fox Chicago News.
The bus driver, Bill Kann, drove Elvis on his last tour in the '60's and has driven all three nun trips.
Flights to and from O'Hare and Midway were grounded for several hours Friday morning due to the fire.
Metra's new Ravenswood station should open in November, officials said.
The team hopes to debut a bleacher expansion, five outfield signs and two video boards by March 2015.
The Roosevelt and 35th-Bronzeville-IIT stations will be temporarily closed, which will cause delays.
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