The night before, Chicagoans search Google Maps for "night clubs." On Thanksgiving: "Mongolian BBQ."
As drivers are set to receive new-look plates, let's take a look back at the state's license history.
Xfinity customers can log in for free. Non-customers can use them for an hour twice a month.
The super fast Internet service was highly anticipated here, but also cumbersome to bring to new cities.
New research suggests loneliness could be genetic, with links to depression and neuroticism.
Chicago's Pete Kastanes compiled dozens of vintage TV guide ads into a recently released YouTube video.
Ald. Mitts asked Twitter and Facebook to "prohibit the posting of images ... that glamorize violence."
Dave Miska brings the voices of Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer into harmony with the crack of the bat.
The house at 11160 S. Ashland Ave. was used by panhandlers working near the entrance to Interstate 57.
Ed Burke and Anthony Beale submitted an ordinance that would put the brakes on "autonomous vehicles."
Jukeboxes at some Chicago bars now feature information from the CTA, ride-hailing apps and Divvy.
Rosehill Cemetery dominates the view from 400 miles up.
The city's Election Board agreed with a challenger that the petition was riddled with errors.
Because landfills don't take air conditioners, Chicagoans need to get creative to get rid of them.
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