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Portage Park »

Latinos were 29.7 percent of 2016 city population, but hold only 15 percent to 17 percent of its jobs. 

Pullman »

The event will feature free school supplies, music, food and more.

Beverly »

Slaughter (D-27th) was appointed Jan. 5 to replace the retiring Monique Davis.

Washington Heights »

Justin Slaughter filed to run against stat Rep. Monique Davis in the March primary but later withdrew.

Morgan Park »

The former teacher serves an area that includes a large portion of the South Side and several suburbs.

Downtown »

Ald. Joe Moreno said the new restrictions will save "taxpayer money and [prevent] the waste of time."

Downtown »

An emotional Rahm Emanuel proposed $36 million more for mentoring programs, among other solutions.

Downtown »

Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa wants to create a Civilian Police Accountability Council elected by residents.

Downtown »

The aldermen will hold several public meetings on ways to create civilian oversight for the Police Dept.

Downtown »

After squabbles, City Council group sets up neighborhood meetings for public input on police misconduct.

Downtown »

Lawyer Paul Strauss called the hearings "wholly inadequate," asking for "genuine civic engagement."

Roseland »

A series of changes are coming to bus routes and the Green Line.

Roseland »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said he appointed Andrea Zopp for her credentials.

Downtown »

The family of Philip Coleman, 38, sued the officers who tased him 19 times hours before he died. 

Humboldt Park »

The new program will connect CPS students with the City Council and offers $1,000 scholarships.