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A bill that already passed the House would provide more funding to protect, and in some cases, relocate witnesses of gang-related crimes.
One expert says there could be a high price to pay with more police officers working overtime in a stressful environment.
Starting this summer the price for single ride bus and train tickets in Chicago will jump from $2.25 to $3.
Registration for the 36th annual Bank of America Chicago Marathon opens at noon on February 19.
Three Chicago aldermen are joining parents and community residents in a call to keep a Logan Square school open.
Alderman Sandi Jackson said she’s not resigning from her City Council position and she’s not running for her husband’s old seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
After months of drought, low water levels are threatening transportation of products like grain and coal.
Judge Jesse Reyes is the first ever Latino elected to the Illinois Appellate Court.
IDOT says traffic deaths over Thanksgiving weekend decreased 63 percent from last year.
Non-profits are trying to turn shoppers onto a new holiday tradition -- Giving Tuesday.
The school, located nearly 40 miles south of Chicago, currently enrolls only junior-level students or higher.
The Chicago Park District announced four of the seven rinks will open later than scheduled because it’s been too warm to make the ice.
For the first time, Richards High school has an all girls line-up to play in the tournament at West Chicago High School.
People’s Gas has requested to raise rates for customers almost 30 percent more than originally proposed in July of this year. That’s according to an updated filing with the Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC).