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Cabbies demand equal regulation of Uber, other ride-hailing services

<p>Hundreds of Chicago taxi drivers marched in protest Wednesday outside City Hall demanding that ride-hailing services such as Uber be financially

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Manufacturing Day gives CPS students hands-on experience

<p>Some Chicago Public Schools students got to learn a few things outside the classroom last week, and their study materials were a lot bigger than a

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Neighborhood fests overlooked, some aldermen say

<p>Several aldermen are urging the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events to even the playing field between neighborhood festivals and

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CPS students face off in healthy cooking contest

<p>The Cooking Up Change event sure sounds like a night of fine dining — a panoramic view of the city skyline, an opportunity to meet the chef.</p>

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L riders face delays, frustration thanks to halted Red Line service

CTA Red Line service on the North Side was shut down for hours Saturday after a train derailed north of the Granville L stop in Edgewater, causing

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Cajun dish helps Washington HS wrap up cooking contest

<p>Four students from George Washington High School are bound for Washington, D.C., this spring after winning the citywide Cooking Up Change healthy

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Internships open door to corporate world for Chicago teens

<p>South Side teen Robert Whitmore IV decided to drop out of school a few years ago.</p>

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Riviera stagehands protest firing

<p>Stagehands who worked at the Riviera Theatre say they were fired in September for their attempts to unionize.</p>

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After Irving Park fire, residents want new library

<p>After a smoky, four-alarm blaze in Irving Park last week damaged their library’s interior — and gutted half a dozen storefronts in the same

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‘We served with honor,’ Vietnam War veteran says

<p>Standing before a crowd of several hundred people at Soldier Field, Army veteran Bill "Hawk" Albracht recalled a time when soldiers were not so