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As CPS plans new neighborhood high schools, the share of students attending those schools is shrinking.
Data shows that while more blacks and Latinos applied to the CPD, most new officers are white.
Cochran was given CPR by 40th Ward Ald. Patrick O'Connor, taken to Northwestern hospital.
The Resurrection Project spent two months purging its waiting list, which reopened Wednesday.
We looked at the data behind thousands of cellphones reported stolen in Chicago since January 2016.
The payment is required under the universally loathed 2008 deal, officials said.
Donated by Darlene Dorfler of Grayslake, the city's Christmas tree will be lit Nov. 17.
The 2018 budget for the six-week-old agency is more than $1 million short, Ald. Scott Waguespack said.
Photos, a holy relic and more than 75 color panels will tell the Catholic saint's life story.
This winter is expected to be snowier than usual for Chicago.
Just 10 percent of Chicago's trash is recycled and kept out of landfills, officials said.
Construction delays have pushed the date for reopening at least one lane near 95th St. back to Nov. 13.
Commissioner Ginger Evans said nine homes will have their windows tested for toxic chemicals.
A state law allows victims of sexual assault or domestic violence to take 12 weeks of unpaid leave.
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