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The recent Conservative Political Action Conference provides a forum for big names.
A new statewide poll of Illinois residents, released yesterday by the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at Southern Illinois University and reported today by the Chicago Sun-Times shows more people in the Chicago area feel less safe with passage of concealed carry in the Prairie State.
Question: When does a pothole become more than just a pothole? Answer: When it's a hole 5- or 6-feet deep in the middle of a busy street that's growing bigger because a late-night call to 911 wasn't enough to get it fixed.
A trade newspaper for the city's taxi industry has threatened to out five aldermen who it claims are "secretly gay," unless the City Council bans ride-sharing services like Uber, Lyft, and SideCar.
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Fallon traveled to the Windy City to join Mayor Rahm Emanuel and over 3,200 Chicagoans in taking a dip into icy Lake Michigan waters on March 2. "You didn't see any black people there," Harvey replied, causing the crowd to erupt in laughter.
The Tribune 's John Kass writes of CNN documentary Chicagoland : "It's good TV, good drama.
Potholes along Chicago's 1,055 miles of arterial streets are getting triage treatment - even though cold patch lasts only a day or two in some cases.
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel claims that his brother Rahm--then-chief of staff at the White House, now mayor of Chicago--told him to "Shut the f--- up!" when he raised the topic of tort reform during internal administration debates on Obamacare.
Motorists will soon have a state-of-the-art mobile payment option for parking in metered areas throughout Chicago.
The recount of the Stonewall Riots, "Hit the Wall," originally produced by The Inconvenience, will return to Chicago with the majority of its original ensemble cast and artistic team in a triumphant remount presented by the Chicago Commercial Collective, running April 22 to June 29 at the Greenhouse Theater, 2257 N. Lincoln Avenue.
Click here to see the mailer . But Proft didn't send that mailer. It was sent by the Illinois Family Action PAC.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel today ordered the Chicago Department of Transportation to form pothole "strike teams" to work in geographical grids only on arterial streets every Monday and Friday for the next several weeks.
Workers rallied at a Chicago McDonald's Saturday afternoon to protest a manager's extreme verbal abuse of a sick worker there.
Last year, opposition from Mayor Rahm Emanuel derailed a San Francisco-style environmental crackdown that would have prohibited Chicago retailers with more than 5,000 square feet of floor space from putting their merchandise in plastic bags.