Two Chicago vehicle testing facilities closed Nov. 1 as part of a money-saving effort.
The 95th Street station on the CTA Red Line is undergoing a $280 million renovation.
What's better than Portillo's chocolate cake? Discounted Portillo's chocolate cake.
The food truck fests now include monthly shindigs off Michigan Avenue.
A new report looked at how Chicago could be affected it an asteroid were to crash into the city.
The deadline to accept an elementary school offer is April 24.
"It was exhilarating to steal a rival's sweater ... the more you get, the more of a badass you are."
Dropped waists and loose, flowing skirts were big in Chicago that year, the video shows.
William Gane hopes to run 600 miles over 12 days in one of the world's hottest places.
There's a chance of even more rain hitting Chicago on Friday.
The extra patrols are coming before summer heats up.
Curtis Witek's City Forest Products makes tables and more from trees destroyed by the invasive beetle.
Aldermen who backed the measure it was a way to give young people jobs.
The program's "highest priority" will be to protect undocumented immigrants, the city clerk said.
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