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Bronzeville »

It will cost about $300,000 to give every officer the nasal spray antidote for opioid overdoses.

Auburn Gresham »

Catholic Charities wants to build seven tiny homes for veterans near 79th Street and Emerald Avenue.

Bridgeport »

Chicago firefighters already carry naloxone, a nasal spray that can reverse opioid overdoses.

Downtown »

An ordinance approved Thursday would require phone dealers to prove they're not peddling stolen goods.

Clearing »

No-show at Midway meeting by Aviation boss Ginger Evans draws heat from aldermen.

Wicker Park »

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

O'Hare »

But the mayor left the door open to removing the Balbo monument near Soldier Field.

Downtown »

An effort in 2014 to ban horse-drawn carriages in Chicago fizzled.

Bridgeport »

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

Woodlawn »

Sentencing would include community service and mandatory participation in social service programs.

Jefferson Park »

Zoning change for warehouse clears way for 100 units of mixed-income housing next door.

University Village »

There are 5,889 men, women and children who are homeless in Chicago on any given night, officials said.

Jefferson Park »

The step is being taken "ensure as many voices are heard as possible," Ald. John Arena (45th) wrote.

Pilsen »

A hearing in the school district's lawsuit against the state is set for Wednesday.

Jefferson Park »

The lawsuit's next hearing is set for May 16, one week after the proposal goes up for zoning approval.