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Lakeview »

Thirty people were displaced by the fire Monday evening. Multiple fundraisers have sprouted online.

Mt. Greenwood »

Reina Murillo is thanking neighbors and first responders after the fire at 10855 Central Park Ave.

River North »

Construction crews ruptured a gas line Tuesday morning, leading authorities to divert cars elsewhere. 

Downtown »

Inspector General Joe Ferguson said the Department can save $1.2 million a year by moving firefighters.

Mt. Greenwood »

The smoky fire started around 10:45 p.m. Sunday according to a neighbor, who said no one was hurt.

Portage Park »

No one was injured in the fire that occurred about noon Monday.

Portage Park »

The fire broke out just after noon on the school's second floor, officials said.

Mt. Greenwood »

The Chicago Police Enforcers will play all home games at Brother Rice High School in Mount Greenwood.

Norwood Park »

The workers, who were burned, were taken to Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, fire officials said.

Little Village »

The man was one of three people who fled after police pulled over their van, authorities said.

Morgan Park »

Instructor Angel Lopez, of Morgan Park, is a first-degree black belt in Danzan Ryu Jujitzu.

Douglas »

A student at the University of Chicago's charter school accidentally discharged the spray.

Uptown »

A 31-year-old man suffered trauma after falling from a short height, fire officials said.

Mt. Greenwood »

Ed Coglianese, 42, died rescuing people from a hotel the same day the Chicago Bears won Super Bowl XX.

Downtown »

The Fire Department didn't properly clear at least 20 firefighters, according to a report.