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Roseland »

Data shows that while more blacks and Latinos applied to the CPD, most new officers are white.

Pullman »

A new 10,000-square-foot retail center opened in Pullman Monday.

Norwood Park »

Ald. Anthony Napolitano, a former policeman, said the audit will be used to demonize police.

Roseland »

A special ribbon-cutting ceremony open to the public will take place Saturday.

Lincoln Park »

After CTA shutdown led to huge price hikes, an alderman vowed to end surging  — but hit a roadblock.

Downtown »

In the age of Uber and Lyft, the decline in cab rides is far steeper than in previous years.

Pullman »

Officials said the Pullman Transportation Plan will help residents and visitors get around.

Lincoln Park »

City officials said ride-share companies jacked fares during a CTA emergency earlier this month.

Wicker Park »

Fourteenth Ward Ald. Ed Burke showed colleagues video of Doc Brown and his DeLorean time machine.

Bridgeport »

Burke made the joke during a debate over a $38.75 million settlement involving red-light camera tickets.

Bronzeville »

The city failed to give residents enough time to challenge the tickets, according to the lawsuit.

Englewood »

The city does not adequately fund infrastructure repair, Inspector General Joseph Ferguson found. 

Humboldt Park »

Ald. Anthony Beale (9th Ward) said the effort was a "bad idea" and a waste of money.

Pilsen »

However, 9th Ward Ald. Anthony Beale said the effort was a "waste of time and effort."

Humboldt Park »

The revised rules are designed to prevent City Council members "from making mistakes," the sponsor said.