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The Red Line reconstruction project has begun. It changes the travel plans for tens of thousands of Chicagoans for the next five months. Comment?
Half-way into his first term, a new Chicago Tribune poll finds about 50 percent of Chicagoans surveyed approve of the job Mayor Rahm Emanuel is doing. Comment?
Chicagoans will no longer have to pay for parking in some neighborhoods on Sundays, and will be able to use their cell phones to feed a meter, under a new proposal. Comment?
"The folks that are mostly affected by our mission are the families, and the families bond together to make a difference because they don't want others to suffer or in memory of the child that was lost due to prematurity. Comment?
"It's gorgeous. It's gorgeous. It's nice to be done with the cold weather," area resident Eva Aguilar said. Comment?
Hampton was placed on the disabled list Aug. 14 and decided about two weeks later to have the season-ending surgery. Comment?
Lincolnwood Police Officer Jeff Gordon said saw a car floating down the Edens Expressway near Pratt Avenue. Comment?
Chicagoans who were in Boston at the time of the marathon attacks were returning home Tuesday, telling stories of chaos and confusion. Comment?
Chicago officials stepped up security across the area Tuesday as some Chicagoans who were in Boston at the time of the attack were returning home and telling stories of chaos and confusion. Comment?
Chicagoans hit the street to protest against Boeing as the company looks to compete with other top arms manufacturers to create a new combat drone. Comment?
The Chicago Department of Transportation is asking Chicago residents to report as many potholes as possible this weekend, a push it is calling "Potholepalooza". "This weekend surge in reporting will allow us to address as many potholes as possible until we switch many of the pothole crews to street resurfacing in mid-April," CDOT Commissioner Gabe ... (more) Comment?
A vigil for the Pulitzer Prize-winning critic will be held at the Gene Siskel Film Center in the Loop Friday morning. Comment?
Jennifer Hudson and Jordin Sparks star in the upcoming movie from two filmmakers who got their start at Columbia College. Comment?
There will soon be new fare payment options for CTA and Pace passengers, and the new open system comes with some fees and penalties. Comment?
To put it in sports terms, Thursday was a game changer for Zorich, a beloved Chicago Bear for six seasons and All-America at Notre Dame before that. Comment?
Likewise, crews were busy getting clearing the smaller roads, which did not get plowed during the height of the biggest snow storm Chicago had seen since the blizzard of 2011. Comment?
A one-time Chicago commodities broker has been sentenced to four years in prison for defrauding a half-dozen people out of around $2.5 million. Comment?
Celebrity presenters will receive swag bags on Oscar Sunday, which will include wine charms made at the Autism Therapeutic School in Tinley Park. Comment?
In this Feb. 14, 2013 photo, an attendee checks out by Pablo Picasso "Mother and Child" during a media preview for "Picasso adn Chicago," an major exhibition showcasing the works of Picasso at the Art Institute of Chicago. Comment?
On Monday, the high was 52-degrees. On Tuesday, the high was 30, and we hit that overnight. Comment?