Tulips flourish across the street from the Chicago Theatre on State Street in the Loop on May 5, 2021.
Willie Wilson Is Giving Out Gas For $2/Gallon Thursday. Here’s Where.
People can line up starting 7 a.m. Thursday. Participating stations are on the South, Far South, West and Far Northwest sides in the city.
Illinois Leaders Slam Texas Gov. Abbott For Invoking Chicago Crime After 19 Kids Slain In Grade School
The tactic — trying to deflect from a mass shooting or scandal by referencing Chicago — is one that's been repeatedly used by high-level Republicans in recent years.
24-Unit Apartment Complex Will Take Over Longtime Empty Lot In Jefferson Park
At last year's meeting, some neighbors and nearby business owners welcomed the density addition and an opportunity to fill a "janky lot of despair." Others said it does not have enough affordable units.
Lightfoot’s 10 PM Curfew Is Permanent After City Council OK
Alderpeople passed the curfew in a 30-19 vote. Those who opposed it pointed to research that shows curfews don’t reduce crime. But Mayor Lori Lightfoot said cops need it as a tool as the city struggles with shootings.