The temporary order from a San Francisco judge stops Chicago and other cities from losing federal funds.
Artist Roland Kulla turned his four lots into a giant garden that's home to loads of beautiful birds.
The CPS school year could end June 1 unless there's an infusion of cash in the next week.
The Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community is sponsoring the free walking tour.
City officials did not say what the "next generation" system will be in place, however.
Winter break starts Dec. 23 because Christmas is on a Monday this year.
The attorney general blamed undocumented immigrants for Chicago's rising murder rate.
A Library of Congress collection includes hundreds of cool turn-of-the-century Chicago photos.
The standard 6-week day camp runs June 26 through Aug. 4. Specialty camp dates vary.
The site, devoted to photos and articles about Chicago's past, has nearly 75,000 followers.
In all, 1,620 miles of city streets have been repaved since Mayor Rahm Emanuel took office in 2011.
City watchdog Joseph Ferguson released the data to help Chicagoans understand the police department.
Ald. Anthony Beale (9th Ward) said the effort was a "bad idea" and a waste of money.
The full City Council is expected to approve the settlements on Wednesday.
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