Lincoln Park, Old Town
Icy Sidewalks Cleared At Redeveloped Part Of Lathrop Homes, But Not The Low-Income Side, Residents Say
"We're in total abject neglect over here," said James Bruce King, who protested on the site Friday.
The city could get swamped with another 4 inches of snow during Friday's commute home.
Here’s A First Look At The $33 Million Deal Between Chicago Schools And The City’s Police Department
Details are publicly available for the first time in a new $33 million contract laying out the most sweeping changes to the school police program in over a decade.
Lakefront Trail Turned Into ‘Piles Of Asphalt’ In Places After Weekend Storm: ‘Worst I’ve Ever Seen’
The hardest hit areas likely won't be fixed until spring, a CDOT official said.
The storm will start Friday afternoon and it won't let up until Sunday morning.
The agency is waiting on a DNA test to confirm the injured coyote is the one that bit a boy's head, an alderman said.
Chicago’s Week Of Coyote Trouble Continues As High School Put On Lockdown And Boy Recovers From ‘Concerning’ Attack
Coyotes have lived in Chicago for generations, said one city official, so it's not unusual to spot them. "The odd circumstance is there was actually an attack," she said.
"I haven’t seen any [cases] where people are involved," Fire Dept. spokesman Larry Langford said. "I think they are getting more bold."
Here's how you can stay safe if you spot a coyote in your neighborhood.
Is Your Weed Shop Open Tuesday? Just 5 Pot Shops Open To Recreational Customers After Supply Wiped Out
Only four shops are apparently open Tuesday — and two were either low on product or were already turning away recreational customers.