Police say they're investigating.
The Chicago Department of Aviation will share statistics on noise complaints.
Just one train stopped on the neighborhood tracks last month, according to CSX Transportation.
Extra police will be out Saturday night watching for traffic violations and drunken drivers.
The ring is part of a two-band wedding set, custom made from jewelry belonging to friends and family.
Officers will conduct a DUI strike force patrol in the Chicago Lawn District on Saturday and Sunday.
The city will replace a 125-year-old water main. Until 1986, lead pipes were mandated in Chicago.
The trains were delayed because of track conditions and mechanical problems, the CTA said.
Employees are working to remove a broken crane that is blocking two southbound left lanes, CDOT said.
The service was temporarily suspended at Merchandise Mart, according to a CTA alert Wednesday.
The project will use about $3 million in tax increment financing money.
A high wind warning is in effect until 10 p.m., with gusts up to 60 mph expected, meteorologists said.
Police put restraints on a man on the UIC-Halsted platform Tuesday morning.
The event from 6:30-8 a.m. Friday will offer cyclists Dark Matter coffee and Eli's Cheesecake.
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