Since 2014, the program has sold 1,246 lots on the South Side and the West Side that are now contributing over $500,000 a year in property taxes.
Here’s a guide to major players in the case, from the officers who were at the shooting to those who will be in the courtroom during the trial.
Emanuel’s announcement that he won’t seek re-election leaves several candidates in the running for mayor — and a few others considering a run.
Rahm Emanuel announced Tuesday he would not seek re-election for a third-term in 2019. Here’s a look at his time as mayor of the city.
One of every three freshmen seats in CPS classrooms remain unfilled less than three weeks before the school year is scheduled to begin.
THE WATCHDOGS: What did 1,817 TV, movie and commercial productions do to earn millions in tax breaks from the state of Illinois? Officials won’t say.
Can you guess which books make the list of top 25 most-checked out from the Chicago Public Library?
Since September, there have been more than 100,000 traffic crashes on Chicago streets, according to newly released data.
Chicago’s downtown experienced job growth, but the number of residents living in majority-black communities working there has dropped.
We list every food item available at Taste of Chicago — and also much more. The festival for foodies in Grant Park runs July 11-15.
The city’s bike-share program celebrated its five-year anniversary Thursday. Here’s a closer look at every one of those 14.6 million rides.
Pilsen is a colorful, artistic neighborhood filled with beautiful murals. Take a tour with our new “Art on the Grid” guide.
Ridership on the L is falling, CTA figures show — a decline one expert attributes to “a perfect storm” of factors including ride-sharing competition.
From the famed “Greetings From Chicago” mural to the ever-changing graffiti that covers East Room, here’s a guide to street art in the neighborhood.