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The city of Chicago is preparing to welcome undocumented immigrant children. City officials and local organizations are searching for sites to house hundreds of beds. Tens of thousands of children from Central America have been arriving in the U.S.
Samuel Walker had just finished a day at summer school Friday and stopped at the store, probably to buy a snack, when he was fatally shot, his aunt Maribell Ruiz, told CNN affiliate WLS . "He was like a little man in the house," she said. "He helped
Mayor Rahm Emanuel helped break ground Thursday on a project that will create more than 1,500 construction jobs. The 150 North Riverside Project will include a new 1.2 million square-foot office tower at Randolph and the river in the West Loop.
Its efforts will be focused on curbing violence in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th wards.
Associated Press Hundreds of Chicago residents have taken part in a competition to see who could conserve the most energy, resulting in total savings of $54,000 in energy bills. The seven residential buildings that took part also saw an average
The Department of Justice will continue to do everything in its power to help the city of Chicago combat gun violence, U.S...These new agents are a sign of the federal government's ongoing commitment to helping local leaders ensure Chicago's streets
A law school professor says Chicago's decision to publicly release information about police misconduct investigations will shine a light on a department long dogged by a reputation for brutality and a code of silence. Craig Futterman of the
The wave of violence that swept across Chicago over the Fourth of July weekend led to 14 deaths and at least 82 people shot. It was an exclamation point on the regular violence of the city, violence that continues to result in many murders -- though
Mayor Rahm Emanuel officially re-opened a newly renovated park on Chicago's Northwest Side Sunday when he cut the ribbon on the new Lucy Flower Park. It's located in the 2500 block of West Moffat in the city's West Bucktown neighborhood. The park now
A Chicago alderman's long quest to bring retailing into her maligned neighborhood received a boost when ground was broken in Englewood for a Whole Foods grocery. Alderman Joann Thompson wore a dress fit for wedding when she joined Mayor Rahm Emanuel