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Morgan Park »

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

Lincoln Square »

From devastating fires, to a restored bus line, to many new restaurants and breweries, a look at 2015.

Lincoln Square »

Express buses will run during morning and afternoon rush hours on Ashland and Western.

Uptown »

The street will be closed off as a canopy is erected, but pedestrians can still access the CTA Red Line.

Englewood »

"Lady, you're not a bike," someone off-camera tells the woman. She disagrees.

Downtown »

A festive train will run on all CTA rail lines, starting on the Red Line Saturday. A bus starts Dec. 2.

Lincoln Park »

President Dorval Carter restored the No. 11 Lincoln bus on a pilot basis.

Lincoln Square »

To speed bus service, the CTA is proposing eliminating a number of little used stops on Western Avenue.

Lincoln Square »

Shuttle buses will replace rail service Saturday and Sunday; expect street closures too.

Downtown »

Miller Lite is teaming up with Uber and the CTA to help out Bears fans this weekend. 

Oakland »

The CTA is running a pilot program with weekend bus service on Pershing Road.

Irving Park »

But it shouldn't be up to the girls to clean the pigeon poop under Old Irving Park's viaducts, some say.

Lincoln Square »

Folk musicians will play nearly 40 CTA stations June 10-17 during Old Town School's "Iron Heart" tour.

Bronzeville »

Green Line commuters at 35th Street said it's turned off for Sox games ... then isn't turned back on.

Downtown »

Aimee Coath of Flossmoor was killed last week while she was planning her daughter's wedding.