Three ride-hailing firms agreed Thursday to pay $10.46 million to the city of Chicago, acknowledging they failed to follow the city’s ordinance for vetting drivers. Elvert Barnes / Flickr

Uber, Lyft, Via Agree To Pay City $10.4 Million For Failing To Properly Vet Drivers

The Daily Line: Uber will pay $6.4 million, while Lyft will pay approximately $4 million, the mayor’s office announced.

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Tatas Tacos In Portage Park Celebrates Holiday Season With 12 Days Of Tacos

The restaurant is also collecting donations for a special holiday meal at the Irving Park Food Pantry Dec. 19.

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King Drive Lights Up As Hundreds Of Donations Pour In To South Side Group

Here's how you can help My Block, My Hood, My City set up lights at South Side homes this weekend.