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Bronzeville »

The designation would provide up to $10 million in federal funding for preservation projects.

Downtown »

The funds will go toward new equipment and overtime patrols. 

Downtown »

You won't have to cross the street to get on a bus from the train again. 

Hyde Park »

The teen, killed in 2013, would have been 19 on Thursday.

Albany Park »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel joined other local elected officials to break ground on the project Sunday.

The Loop »

"This is as basic as the water we drink each and every day," said U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin.

Downtown »

White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf endorsed the ban, as aldermen pondered the "enforcement mechanism."

Downtown »

A City Council committee Friday advanced a plan to ban smokeless tobacco at sports venues.

Roseland »

"Black people are hurting the most in this budget impasse," said a student at the South Side school.

Englewood »

"Families and communities are suffering," Sen. Durbin said during Tuesday visit to Englewood.

Mt. Greenwood »

A recent teleconference with the chief operating officer of CSX Transportation Inc. had a familar ring.

West Beverly »

Blocked railroad crossings in the 19th Ward amount to a broken promise with CSX, lawmakers contend.

South Loop »

"While bulldozing the airport was referred to as shock, seeing nature is the awe," Mayor Emanuel said.

Lakeview »

The new building is expected to be completed in June.

Hegewisch »

Chicago is the last major U.S. city to destroy harmful bacteria in sewage before sending it downstream.