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Government agencies should be required to focus resources on areas with pervasive violence, Davis said.

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Three loft-style 1,500-square-foot apartments will be stacked on top of ground-floor retail.

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The three referendums are only advisory, and won't have the force of law, officials said.

Logan Square »

"I'm a poor alderman," Santiago said Wednesday, venting her frustration at the loss of the perk.

Beverly »

Rat complaints jumped 34 percent in September and October this year as compared with last, data shows.

Bridgeport »

The new officers will be charged with rolling back a wave of violence that has swept the city.

Downtown »

KONKOL: City Hall lawyers don't want Rahm Emanuel to talk about the police code of silence under oath.

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It was just a quick and easy thing to use, a spokesman said, before saying there were "pressing" topics.

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The former governor is petitioning for two referendums that could lead to mayoral term limits.

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KONKOL: "Independent" police watchdog huddled with Emanuel administration before City Council hearing.

Rogers Park »

The city said it received complaints from residents, police and the alderman and is now being monitored.

Downtown »

We asked fish and weather experts. They gave us the science — or lack thereof — behind a "sharknado."

Uptown »

Thirty-five photos from the student's We Are Uptown project will be displayed at City Hall in June.

Downtown »

The tower proposed for 1000 S. Michigan Ave. now heads to the City Council. 

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KONKOL: WLS-AM's Bill Cameron marks Richard M. Daley's 74th birthday with some of his best Daleyisms.