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Edgebrook »

The city settled the suit that claimed it failed to give residents enough time to challenge the tickets.

Jefferson Park »

Four new cameras will overlook the intersections of Foster, Milwaukee and Central and Northwest Highway.

Jefferson Park »

The city failed to give residents enough time to challenge the tickets, according to the lawsuit.

The Loop »

"It sends a deterrent message ... to public officials who might be tempted," said U.S. Attorney Fardon.

Edison Park »

The camera at Touhy and Osceola avenues was turned back on Monday morning, officials said.

Downtown »

Ald. Reilly said a pilot program would "more than pay for itself, and curb some really poor behavior."

Edison Park »

City officials had announced plans to take down the camera at Touhy and Osceola avenues.

Downtown »

A new ordinance would give the public a say in camera placement and institute flexible payment plans.

Downtown »

The grassroots organization supports those who pledge to abolish all red-light cameras in the city.

Edison Park »

Ald. Mary O'Connor (41st) and Chicago firefighter Anthony Napolitano face an April 7 runoff.

Forest Glen »

Both candidates praised Mayor Rahm Emanuel's decision to remove a Forest Glen red-light camera.

Albany Park »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said cars in his convoy need to "follow the law" after TV report.

O'Hare »

Ald. Leslie Hairston filed a resolution seeking "clear, distinctive signs" for speed cameras.

River North »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the arrival of speed cameras had nothing to do with the decision.