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Bronzeville »

Routes will be added to two more schools, bringing the total number to 142, officials said.

Downtown »

The Committee on Public Safety affirmed harsh fines and jail terms for crimes committed in parks.

South Shore (above 79th) »

Ericka Blair, 35, insulted and threatened the woman as she worked in South Shore, prosecutors said.

West Loop »

Gov. Pat Quinn added $10 million in state funding to bring the number of workers to nearly 2,000.

University Village »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel held a celebratory luncheon for the CPS workers at the UIC Forum.

Belmont Cragin »

The mayor responded to concerns after a teenage girl was sexually assaulted early Tuesday morning.

Belmont Cragin »

A resident found the girl, 15, beaten and bloodied in his Belmont Cragin backyard Tuesday morning.

Washington Park »

A former restaurant owner said he wants to showcase what kids see going and coming from school.

Grand Boulevard »

"This is very likely a domestic incident," police said, after the woman escaped unharmed Tuesday.

Lakeview »

Some city employees are "squeezing an eight-hour day into four, five hours."

Hyde Park »

The new signs — but no Safe Passage monitors — in Hyde Park have baffled residents.

East Garfield Park »

Tommie Lynch, 63, has five previous felony convictions, court records show.

McKinley Park »

The alderman suggested using so-called "unmanned aerial vehicles'' to protect students.  

Englewood »

The man was identified as 51-year-old Ernest Pritchett III.

Downtown »

Yet Mayor Rahm Emanuel said it can even be extended to "the whole city, not just Safe Passage routes."