The Illinois House is scheduled to consider overriding Gov. Rauner's veto Wednesday.
Mensa, who grew up in Hyde Park, will perform and stay to talk about community health concerns.
Fourteenth Ward Ald. Ed Burke showed colleagues video of Doc Brown and his DeLorean time machine.
No, it won't get very dark, but it'll still look cool.
All police officers will be equipped with body cameras by the end of the year, officials said.
The mayor broke ground Sunday on separate Lakefront Trail paths between 44th and 55th streets.
You can catch the Air & Water Show from lots of places around the city this weekend.
You waited too long, but there still might be hope for you yet.
Videos of the performers and info on Downtown practices are all right here.
The new schedule for the Electric Line will start on Sept. 11.
The exam historically held in January was moved up after "a months-long study," the archdiocese said.
The protesters gathered outside a branch courthouse in North Center.
The studio plans to open in the City Hyde Park development.
It will now be up to Supt. Eddie Johnson and the Police Board to decide whether to fire the officers.
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