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After a mild winter last year, the city is in for a "very cold, snowy winter," city officials warned.

Downtown »

A look at Chicago's winter weather records, stormy nicknames and where "the hawk" comes from.

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Chicagoans don't play when it comes to bundling up on days like today.

Downtown »

Murders declined to a 50-year low, while Mayor Rahm Emanuel plunged into the Polar Vortex.

Downtown »

The Old Farmer's Almanac, which released its new edition, is predicting a brutal winter this year.

Lakeview »

Winter weight gain is expected every year, vets say, but this year it has been substantial.

Downtown »

The National Weather Service said the wind chill could hit 30 below zero Wednesday morning.

West Loop »

The city braced for flooding and prepared an expanded paving program for pothole repair.

Norwood Park »

Water service was restored Friday to the Norwood Park school's modular building.

Downtown »

Chiberia's return means commuters should plan for a longer trip as temperatures plunge.

Avondale »

The alderman assured residents that ward services will still be available during repairs.

North Center »

Residents can air complaints about the city's snow plowing efforts during Monday's special Ward Night.

Downtown »

Not even last week's frigid temps could stop Sue Kessler from continuing her 14-year running streak.  

Lincoln Park »

The Lincoln Park restaurant, which focuses on French toast, hopes to reopen Tuesday.

Downtown »

Ald. Roderick Sawyer found "the flow of information" from Streets and Sanitation "grossly insufficient."