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Ald. Brian Hopkins wants parking compensation from "movies that do quite well at the box office."

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Single-family homes are being billed as multiunits, and the city knew it would happen.

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More than 90,000 overdue parking and red light camera tickets were paid at the end of 2015.

Ravenswood Manor »

Tickets issued in the city spike after state stops sending registration renewal notices to save money.

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City will dismiss any fines, penalties and interest fees from tickets issued before 2012 until Thursday.

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For tickets issued before 2012, Chicago is waiving fees and interest if paid in the next 6 weeks.

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"Anything of potential value, the city is looking to sell," a city spokeswoman said.

South Loop »

Enforcement officers use one device to check electronic meter payments and a separate to write tickets.

Irving Park »

You can put your recyclables in a plastic garbage bag, but you can't recycle plastic grocery bags.

Downtown »

The city says it sends officials to people's homes and tells them to clean up after the dogs.

Portage Park »

All six trees were eaten from the inside out by the Emerald Ash Borer, city officials said.

Wicker Park »

Sad? Rest assured that the city will be planting 7,800 news trees in 2015, a spokeswoman said.

The Loop »

Six aldermen, led by Bob Fioretti, called for a study on whether to scrap the automatic winter ban.

Humboldt Park »

Grouchy Chicago motorists waited in line at the City Pound to pick up their towed cars Monday.

Lincoln Park »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced a new partnership with the nonprofit Carton Council.