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The change would have a "negligible" impact on the ability of planes to use the runway, officials said.

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The free app is designed to make it easier to register a complaint, its creator said.

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The hotline, which has been deluged since a new runway opened, is unreliable, three congressmen said.

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Three of the eight monitors announced in July by Mayor Rahm Emanuel will be installed in the suburbs.

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Residents don't qualify for free federal soundproofing, but they can air gripes at a meeting next month.

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One city official said changing flight paths would just move noise from one neighborhood to another one.

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Complaints to an O'Hare Airport noise hotline rose 124 percent from September to November of last year.

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Fourteen goats, six sheep, three burros and two llamas have been working for three weeks at the airport.

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Starting next month, 25 goats owned by a Lincoln Park restaurant will keep the weeds at O'Hare in check.

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East Garfield Park resident  Christopher Allen, 41, was a Little League coach and insurance claims agent.

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Northwest Side residents are raising a ruckus over a traffic plan that sends noisy jets over their homes.

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The people mover at O'Hare Airport will be expanded to a new rental car facility, garage and Metra stop.