Shootings have left six people dead and 16 wounded since Friday, police said.
Robber hailed taxis Downtown, robbed drivers on arrival to 78th and South Shore Drive, police said.
A 26-year-old man was critically wounded in the attack, police said.
The South Water Filtration Plant was named for the mayor who served for 2 years after Harold Washington.
The child was found dead in the family home in June.
The new museum opening Friday in Washington reflects the rich history of Chicago's black community.
The organization said rats shouldn't be killed with dry ice, and lethal initiatives "actually backfire."
Officials hope for return of predatory mammals and want to make sure Chicago is prepared for arrivals.
A group of 11 teens from North Lawndale prepared a three-course meal.
The 1½-hour debate hosted by former Chicago newsman Lester Holt will start at 8 p.m. Monday.
"Like all God's creatures, they should be dealt with in the most humane fashion possible."
Chicago religious experts said use of the commonplace phrase goes back centuries.
The city is filled with pigeons that are missing toes and feet. Here's why that happens.
Andres Quinones, 33, also was charged with leaving the scene of an accident.
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