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Downtown »

The man behind the city's bus and L announcements is a voiceover actor from Milwaukee.

Lincoln Park »

The vicious storms blew through Chicago in an hour, leaving damage and flooded streets behind.

Beverly »

Repairs include 103rd and 107th streets along with the intersection of 115th Street and Pulaski Road.

Gold Coast »

The new 360-degree camera should be installed "in a few weeks" near LaSalle and Division streets. 

Wicker Park »

Chicagoans rushed to Divvy stations after a South Loop gas leak crippled the CTA Tuesday.

Downtown »

New elevators and stairs will make the 120-year-old station accessible to people with disabilities.

Mayfair »

The station will be closed for construction as part of the Your New Blue initiative.

Lincoln Square »

The returning buses' limited service hours have some people saying the pilots are being set up to fail.

Lincoln Square »

The No. 11 Lincoln Bus is set to start rolling again June 20, according to Ald. Ameya Pawar.

Lincoln Park »

"It was the craziest thing I've seen on a bus," a witness said.

Uptown »

The street will be fully closed overnight from Leland Avenue to Wilson Avenue, the CTA said.

Lincoln Park »

At least three people saw a woman being beaten, but they didn't help or call police, her father said.

Lincoln Square »

Brown Line riders show a clear preference for single seats. Well who wouldn't?

Uptown »

Workers are entering into the second phase of the project, which is set to be completed in 2017.

Morgan Park »

Lavoie left behind her husband, Joe, and four children when she died on April 6.