Friends of the Parks said it “understands and appreciates the benefits” that the Lucas Museum could provide. But there’s a caveat, and it’s a big one.
As the bathroom debate rages, Chicago Public Schools made its policy clear: students and teachers should use bathrooms matching their gender identity.
Five sex offenders filed a lawsuit Monday asking a judge to halt the enforcement of several of Illinois’ sex offender registration statutes.
A suburban Chicago woman was shot and wounded at random on Sunday while returning from the Wisconsin Dells with her family.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel acted as if it was a fait accompli that the threat of Chicago’s second teachers strike in four years had been lifted for now.
Bill Grimshaw, a professor whose grasp of urban politics helped Harold Washington become the city’s first black mayor, has died.
The chief resilience officer will focus on helping Chicago recover more quickly from disasters and ways to minimize environmental impact of projects.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel defended lobbying against a plan backed by 32 aldermen to license ride-hailing drivers and level their playing field with taxis.
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