March 1 marks the beginning of spring, which means it's time for everyone in Chicago to get their hopes up for an end to snow.
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The rain produced a layer of ice on everything from our street signs to our trees, but don't get distracted by the beauty. Experts say the ice can be dangerous.
Illinois remains the third most corrupt state, based on the formula that compares the number of corruption convictions with an area’s population.
Need A Romantic Movie For Valentine’s Day? ‘Beauty And The Beast’ Is Chicago’s Favorite, Report Says
"Beauty and the Beast" is even more popular than uber-hit "Titanic" among people in Chicago, according to a new report.
Chicago's oldest pizza place goes back to the '40s.
The shooting happened Thursday in the 9900 block of South Throop Street.
Deep-dish pizza is the easiest kind to make, according to one expert. Here's how to craft an expert pie from the comfort of your own kitchen.
The city is hiring election judges to staff the polls after training for four hours.
The rain will leave a "glaze of ice" on streets, making them a slippery mess for drivers.
A Ton Of Snow Is Going To Melt This Weekend — And That Means Chicago Could Flood. Here’s How To Help Prevent That
The Chicago River's water level is being lowered to prevent flooding this weekend, but officials said residents can do things to help, too.