Woodlawn »

Congressmen from across the country were in Chicago to tout their "Urban Progress" initiative.

Chatham »

Chicago State University could receive funding from the state that could keep it from closing.

Back of the Yards »

Ald. Ray Lopez had asked for Sheriff Tom Dart's help in curbing violence in Back of the Yards.

Lincoln Park »

The city's GOP chairman said it's further proof that Republicans in Chicago are being "targeted."

Downtown »

Philadelphia emerges as the front-runner for 2017, according to an ESPN report.

Downtown »

The inquiry into whether some sergeants had an unfair advantage on the test is heating up, sources said.

Uptown »

Unfulfilled promises have left residents afraid to give personal information necessary to make a move.

Downtown »

The city will start testing for lead at a number of schools "out of an abundance of caution."

Irving Park »

New Police Supt. Eddie Johnson fielded questions at a 33rd Ward town hall meeting.

Lincoln Park »

The city found a total of 28 violations, including failure to reduce sound and accumulation of debris.

Austin »

Police gave gun buy-back programs part of the credit for taking 2,858 guns off the street this year.

Jefferson Park »

Free document shredding will be available from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday in Jefferson Park.

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