You waited too long, but there still might be hope for you yet.
The new schedule for the Electric Line will start on Sept. 11.
You can catch the Air & Water Show from lots of places around the city this weekend.
No, it won't get very dark, but it'll still look cool.
The protesters gathered outside a branch courthouse in North Center.
It will now be up to Supt. Eddie Johnson and the Police Board to decide whether to fire the officers.
The total is on pace to eclipse the number of deaths last year, when 44 people were killed.
The city's attorneys asked a judge to act before a Sept. 5 deadline for a grant application.
The proposed Chicago Public Schools budget relies on $569 million the district does not have.
City officials Monday asked a judge to block an effort to limit federal grants to sanctuary cities.
Wages and benefits, health care savings are "key to the City of Chicago’s future,” the mayor said.
In 2016, the program covered nearly 128,000 free rides to students and their guardians, officials said.
It'll be a good weekend for "doing something outdoors," a meteorologist said.
President Trump's vow to unleash “fire and fury” on North Korea brought new attention to old plans.
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