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Near West Side »

The man who punched the alderman came to the office three times and said his name was "Lucifer." 

Near West Side »

The man who punched the alderman came to the office three times and said his name was "Lucifer."

Near West Side »

The alderman was scheduled to meet with residents when a man knocked him to the ground, a witness said. 

Near West Side »

Businesswoman Christy Webber is among those who will pitch plans to repurpose the vacant CPS building. 

West Loop »

Shapack Partners' 11-story hotel on Lake St. would be developed on a meatpacking plant site. 

River West »

A Chicago man is pitching plans to open a gun store and range near the river.

West Loop »

Under a new agreement, Red Kiva remains closed for another 60 days after a fatal shooting in September.

West Loop »

About 650 employees have moved into the tech giant's new Chicago offices in the West Loop.

Rogers Park »

Proponents say they haven't gotten the support the alderman promised them during his last re-election.

West Loop »

Owners have agreed to voluntarily close the restaurant/nightclub until "all issues are resolved."

West Loop »

Both victims and shooters were in the Randolph Street nightclub before the violence, Ald. Burnett said.

Near West Side »

Residents near Touhy-Herbert Park say the city isn't doing enough to curb a gang's late-night parties.

Old Town »

The development will include four high-rise towers at the corner of Division and Wells Streets.

Old Town »

Ald. Walter Burnett (27th) is pushing for a site along the Chicago River near Division Street.

Lincoln Park »

With the opening of UI LABS, Chicago hopes to position itself as the epicenter of digital manufacturing.