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State Rep. Will Guzzardi (D-Chicago) wants to make in-state public colleges free for Illinois residents.

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Ald. Derrick Curtis charged "corporate greed" was behind the loss of 600 jobs at the Chicago bakery.

Bronzeville »

A century ago, Republicans were trying to heal wounds from the 1912 election that left them split.

Hyde Park »

Sanders was not particularly fond of his U. of C. classes and preferred working in the neighborhood. 

Lakeview »

The ousted Blaine principal will lead CPS administrators for the next three years.

Lakeview »

The Blaine Elementary principal, a critic of Emanuel and a Sanders supporter, was removed Tuesday.

Downtown »

Protests across the city are expected to converge at the Thompson Center Downtown at 4 p.m.

Edison Park »

Residents of the 41st Ward cast more than 6,000 Republican ballots, the most of any Chicago ward.

Beverly »

Some 4,933 ward residents voted Republican Tuesday, up from 2,682 in 2012, the elections board found.

Bridgeport »

Election results show neighborhood folks turned out for Sanders, who took 54 percent of the 11th Ward.

Hyde Park »

Republican voters exist in Hyde Park and they prefer John Kasich, but Trump supporters do exist.

Downtown »

The Cook County state's attorney's loss shows that much needs to be done after the Laquan McDonald case

River North »

The front-runner in the Democratic race narrowly held off Sen. Bernie Sanders in her native state.

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The presidential candidate ripped Rahm Emanuel at a speech Monday night at Roosevelt University.