Chicago Streets Project features photos of every lane, avenue, drive, boulevard and roadway in the city.
A City Council decision to slash the cost of licenses likely means more snacks on the go for Chicagoans.
Ald. Ed Burke (14th) called the actions "evil" and said the City Council must condemn them.
Ald. Brendan Reilly is pushing for a Downtown ban on State Street and Michigan Avenue.
The mayor's office also agreed to spend $1 million on violence prevention efforts — eventually.
The City Council is expected to confirm Edward Siskel as the city's top lawyer Wednesday.
The settlements are set to be finalized Wednesday by the City Council.
"Where does this man go to get his reputation back?" 14th Ward Ald. Ed Burke asked.
Students from 30 Chicago schools are seeing the matinee Wednesday afternoon. More are going March 1.
A City Council committee delayed a vote Tuesday on how to spend $16.2 million left unclaimed.
The man was shot multiple times in the 3400 block of West Walnut Street.
Officials credited the technology with a reduction in shootings in Englewood.
Dozens of bakeries throughout the city are selling Polish pastry through Fat Tuesday.
Six people were killed in January, according to Chicago officials.
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