Is that the right demographic to bearing the brunt of the fare increases?
The Salvation Army will teach volunteers how to safely provide food, water and supplies before they are on the ground in a disaster area.
EDITORIAL: We have to do better. Too many homes and businesses still sit on low-lying areas prone to flooding.
Illinois lawmakers are being inundated with insults as the clock ticks toward the end of the legislative session amid the state budget impasse.
When so much rain falls that homes and businesses are at risk of flooding, officials release water into the lake that normally would be treated.
The battle over the EPA’s budget may be far away in Washington, but many of the agency’s success stories are right here in the Chicago area.
Chicagoland mass transit requires $37 billion over the next 10 years to achieve a “state of good repair” for our existing network.
Metra has entered into a three-year marketing partnership with Uber after naming the company its “Official Rideshare Partner.”
Chicago will start off the summer with “thousands” of officers deployed to city parks, beaches and neighborhoods, Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said.