People listed in the database should be notified and given a chance to object, Ald. Ray Lopez said.
The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 7 asked state labor officials to block the changes.
A food and clothing drive is also in the works to help the devastation, officials said.
The notorious firm frequently has been accused of moving cars without authorization.
The long-vacant Stock Yards building could to be turned into an "energy bank" under a proposal.
The number of cabs hailed through Curb and Arro is a bright spot for an ailing industry, the city said.
In 2015, there were 921 new HIV infections reported citywide, down from the 973 the year before.
Blood, hair and other items from the Catholic saint will be on display at churches Monday and Tuesday.
The Union Avenue United Methodist Church needs help keeping its church and food pantry open.
In the age of Uber and Lyft, the decline in cab rides is far steeper than in previous years.
The city is not following a law designed to help non-English speakers access services, an audit found.
A joint city-state delegation traveled this week to Seattle to learn about the tech giant's operations.
The $95 million it will cost to build the facility would be better spent on schools, critics said.
The scholarships range from $1,000 to $50,000 per year, the mayor's office said.
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