Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
The city will spend millions to fortify the Far North Side's shoreline after early winter storms accelerated erosion.
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Developer Jody Libman is seeking to build the nearly 58-foot-tall structure at 1359 W. Wilson Ave.
The $30 million complex is proposed for the corner of Howard Street and Ashland Avenue, a lot that now houses a community garden.
The day will be sunny, but it is only expected to get as warm as 20 degrees in Chicago — the chilliest high temperature in the city's recorded history for Nov. 12.
Only 146 schools received a Level 1-plus compared to 185 the year prior.
The first 100 customers will be entered into the golden ticket giveaway, with a grand prize of free produce for a year.
A plane slid off the runway at O'Hare Airport, hundreds of other flights were canceled and the weather is only going to get worse.
It'll feel like it's zero degrees outside at points next week.
"This is not the first time it's happened," the resident said. "This is actually my third time. It's not too nice, especially in the winter."
Seventy-seven hate crimes have been reported to the Commission on Human Relations by the police so far this year, Noriega said. In all of 2018, there were 78 hate crimes reported to police, Noriega said.