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speed cameras

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Humboldt Park »

Ald. Roberto Maldonado wants each camera to have three warning signs alerting drivers.

The Loop »

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

Downtown »

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

Forest Glen »

Reporter Heather Cherone stopped by Fox studios to discuss the day's top stories.  

Forest Glen »

The speed camera near Ashmore Playlot in Forest Glen issued more tickets per day than any other in city.

Uptown »

The camera at 1142 W. Irving Park Road has collected $1.5 million in fines since it was installed.

Lincoln Park »

The neighborhood's three speed cameras saw a decrease in violations from March 2014 to March 2015.

Irving Park »

Speed cameras on Irving Park Road and Foster Avenue are among the most active in the city, data shows.

Washington Park »

How many drivers got caught speeding by cameras in your neighborhood?

Downtown »

Ald. Bob Fioretti, a challenger to Mayor Rahm Emanuel, seized on red-light cameras as a campaign issue.

McKinley Park »

One Chicago alderman has a novel idea for eliminating a controversial camera.

Albany Park »

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

Gage Park »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the cameras were doing as intended, to diminish speeding near schools and parks.

O'Hare »

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

Lincoln Square »

The warning period is over at Welles and Legion parks. Drivers caught by speed cameras will get ticketed.