"Neither do I regret, nor apologize" for using the N-word in criticizing CPS, Ald. David Moore added.
Congressmen from across the country were in Chicago to tout their "Urban Progress" initiative.
Chicago State University could receive funding from the state that could keep it from closing.
Ald. Ray Lopez had asked for Sheriff Tom Dart's help in curbing violence in Back of the Yards.
The city's GOP chairman said it's further proof that Republicans in Chicago are being "targeted."
Philadelphia emerges as the front-runner for 2017, according to an ESPN report.
The inquiry into whether some sergeants had an unfair advantage on the test is heating up, sources said.
Unfulfilled promises have left residents afraid to give personal information necessary to make a move.
The city will start testing for lead at a number of schools "out of an abundance of caution."
New Police Supt. Eddie Johnson fielded questions at a 33rd Ward town hall meeting.
The city found a total of 28 violations, including failure to reduce sound and accumulation of debris.
Police gave gun buy-back programs part of the credit for taking 2,858 guns off the street this year.
Free document shredding will be available from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday in Jefferson Park.
It's more than laps around City Hall.
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