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The flu shots will be available from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday at 10402 S. Western Ave.

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But the Department of Public Health said it was focusing its study on manganese on the Southeast Side.

West Loop »

A sign at the popular burger chain blamed poor maintenance of the restaurant's bathroom for the closure.

North Park »

Mosquito traps indicate West Nile may pose a risk in the affected area.

Downtown »

The Emanuel administration touted the change as "an early independence day" from smoking.

South Loop »

The models were handing out condoms Monday at the Roosevelt CTA Station in honor of World AIDS Day. 

Downtown »

The city-forced shutdown over fruit flies at 316 N. Michigan Ave. was apparently short-lived.

Downtown »

Chipotle at 316 N. Michigan Ave. failed inspection after officials noticed "over 100 flying insects."

Downtown »

In 2014, 78 percent of Chicago girls had been vaccinated for HPV, according to the mayor's office.

Lincoln Square »

A new ordinance would allow community gardens and urban farms to compost more materials.

Beverly »

Ald. Matt O'Shea (19th) will host a free flu shot clinic from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday at his office.

West Rogers Park »

Rub's Backcountry Smokehouse was shut down Thursday for reported health-code violations.

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Owner Jared Leonard said rat droppings were found in areas away from where food is stored or prepared.

Albany Park »

Seven wards will be affected by the mosquito spraying, used to control West Nile Virus.

Auburn Gresham »

Health department traps caught the mosquitoes in Auburn Gresham, Washington Heights and Forest Glen.