Parks serving black and Latino neighborhoods are less likely to have capital improvement requests approved, according to the report.
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Chicagoans have to shovel their sidewalks, but this "very heavy" snow could prove dangerous.
Whether you're fighting about Trump or dodging the dreaded "When are you getting married?" question, here's your guide to surviving Thanksgiving.
The man was hospitalized with minor abrasions, police said.
The National Park Service and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources showed off plans to Pullman residents Wednesday evening.
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.
Police are looking for a man who attacked a 16-year-old girl Monday in the 10900 block of South Michigan Avenue.
Can King Drive Sparkle Like The Mag Mile This Holiday Season? Volunteers To Light Up South Side Stretch
My Block, My Hood, My City is collecting donations of holiday lights to put up near homes along King Drive.
The $20 million community center has been called a "game changer" for the neighborhood.