Parks serving black and Latino neighborhoods are less likely to have capital improvement requests approved, according to the report.
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Climate change is expected to prove deadly for Chicagoans, according to the White House's National Climate Assessment.
Hale Elementary, which serves 902 students, was still without power on Tuesday.
Chicagoans have to shovel their sidewalks, but this "very heavy" snow could prove dangerous.
The city owns the vacant lot, which a key City Council committee will consider this week.
In Chinatown, misinformation about a new Trump policy has already had a chilling effect. A forum Monday will provide much-needed answers.
Whether you're fighting about Trump or dodging the dreaded "When are you getting married?" question, here's your guide to surviving Thanksgiving.
Sites in Pilsen, Little Village, Wicker Park and Bridgeport are collecting supplies as the migrant caravan makes its way to Mexico from Central America.
The South Side got hit the hardest during Thursday morning's snowstorm.
It's not your imagination: Tuesday is the 8th straight day in a row of below-normal temperatures for Chicago.