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Ald. Joe Moore said Thursday a new law "was a big step forward," but some have called it "watered down."

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"It's a funny juxtaposition with the holidays and something unfortunate," one reveler said. 

Uptown »

Three of his paintings were hung at City Hall through a call for artists by City Treasurer Kurt Summers.

Downtown »

Here are Google's next steps in bringing its superfast Internet to Chicago, according to Google.

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Rep. La Shawn Ford is pushing a change that would enable Chicagoans to get rid of their mayor.

The Loop »

The rally followed remarks the mayor delivered Wednesday morning that included an apology.

Near West Side »

After Supt. McCarthy's firing, Ald. Burnett said more needs to be done to rid the department of racists.

Downtown »

Supt. Garry McCarthy may be gone, but leaders and residents said they want more changes.

Uptown »

Some students do homework by the light of a cellphone or catch up on sleep in the school's office.

Near West Side »

Burnett says he ultimately stands with the Black Caucus in calling for Supt. McCarthy to be fired.

Rogers Park »

Commissioner Sheila O'Grady cast a vote Friday to deadlock the matter and deny a special-use permit.

Downtown »

A mayoral aide told  Crain's  Friday afternoon it will delay the controversial tax to "review the matter."

South Loop »

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

West Town »

The founders of The Roof Crop will install and farm the rooftops of other buildings.  

West Loop »

The Landmarks Comission is expected to announce its recommendation to the City Council on Wednesday.