The scholarships range from $1,000 to $50,000 per year, the mayor's office said.
The tower would replace a parking lot near Huron and Sedgwick streets.
Catholic Charities wants to build seven tiny homes for veterans near 79th Street and Emerald Avenue.
"The scaffolding went bad," said Larry Langford, the Fire Dept. spokesman.
Sam and Max Jenkins, 10 and 12, juggle, balance and soar through the air with the Midnight Circus.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel has vowed to do whatever it takes to persuade Amazon to pick Chicago.
City officials have touted the license requirement as the toughest in the nation.
Emanuel said he was "intimately involved" in trying to persuade Amazon to pick Chicago for its new home.
Union wants to tell kids that Burge conviction set guilty men free and some torture claims are dubious.
Hundreds of Chicago's architectural gems will be open to the public on Oct. 14 and 15.
The card is designed to help undocumented immigrants, homeless residents and ex-felons, officials said.
Opponents of the tax on sweetened beverages want the County Board to repeal the tax.
The Hispanic population grew by nearly 18,000 last year and the black population dropped by 40,000.
The new agency will be launched with a formal ceremony Friday at the South Shore Cultural Center.
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