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19 hrs ago | Naperville Sun
The warmer temperatures Friday morning have many Chicagoans jumping for joy, but don't call it spring just yet - up to an inch of snow is expected to cover the area overnight.
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Whether you drive a cab or just cart around your kids, Chicagoans are noticing the pain from higher gas prices.
Ciara Sexton performs in “Heartbeat of Home,” a new music and dance spectacular from the producers of “Riverdance” now making its U.S. debut at the Oriental Theatre in Chicago through Sunday, March 16. “Heartbeat of Home,” a new music and dance spectacular from the producers of “Riverdance,” ... (more)
For only the eighth time since the start of the year, the temperature will reach above 40 degrees on Friday.
You don't have to be a physicist to enjoy the energy, camaraderie and giddy thrill of discovery that radiates from this documentary about the search Liam Neeson must stop a series of murders on an airplane.
WBBM Newsradio's Dave Dahl reports the House Labor & Commerce Committee heard testimony Wednesday from supporters of increasing the minimum wage in Illinois beyond the current $8.25.
There is actually a lot to like about "Chicagoland," the eight-part consideration of this city airing on CNN this spring starting March 6. Namely it gives us a look at the lives of people like Fenger High School principal Elizabeth Dozier and police commander Leo Schmitz.
For many Chicagoans, the land south of Interstate 80 is a different state. For downstate Illinoisans living south of Interstate 80, Chicago is the area they want to make a different state.
Adults who have been thinking about finishing a bachelor's degree, earning a master's degree, or seeking a professional development certificate, should plan to attend the University Center Open House on Thursday, March 20 from 6 - 8 pm at the University Center's Grayslake facility .
When President Barack Obama spoke out last week against the crime, violence and poverty that ensnares young men of color in epidemic numbers, he might have been voicing a promo for “Chicagoland,” the docuseries debuting Thursday on CNN.
Mounds of pet coke can be seen on the property of KCBX Terminals on Chicago's Southeast side.
Great Lakes Naval Station will revive its Fourth of July festival that was scrubbed last year due to the federal government's mandatory budget cuts.
According to data from payments company Square , it was found that Chicagoans tip more than any other major metropolitan city.
The Fox television show " So You Think You Can Dance " made a stop at the Oriental Theatre Thursday to give Chicagoans a chance to audition for the show's 11th season.