More Bickering Between Chicago, Feds Over Sanctuary City StatusChicago-area officials are dismissing a Justice Department letter ordering it to comply with federal immigration enforcement or risk losing grant money.
Homeless Problem Includes Families 'Doubled Up' In Crowded SituationsIt's not as drastic as living under a viaduct, but the situation is less than ideal, advocates for the homeless say.
Mayor Emanuel Announces The 2017 Paving Season In ChicagoMayor Rahm Emanuel announced Monday the start of the 2017 paving season in Chicago and was joined by crews from from the Chicago Department of Transportation, who helped kick off the season in the Calumet Heights neighborhood.
Scaffolding On Loop Roof Causes ConcernThe scaffolding was straddling a corner of the roof of the building, at Lake and Wabash. Lake Street was closed while crews worked to remove it.
At Issue: Chicago Needs To Reduce Segregation, Advocacy GroupsAdvocacy groups are sounding a warning that Chicago needs to reduce racial and economic segregation, or lose billions of dollars each year.
View From Space: Chicago In 2016 And 2012 NASA has released the latest images of our planet at night. The view of Chicago is amazing!
4 Dead, 18 Wounded In Chicago Weekend ShootingsFour men were killed and at least 18 other people have been wounded in shootings across Chicago since Friday evening.
Chicago Protesters Blast Trump's Missile Strike On SyriaThey chanted: "Hey, Hey, Donald J: How many kids have you killed today?" WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
Chicagoans React and Respond With Giving Toward SyriaCBS 2’s Jeremy Ross has more on people with ties to Syria trying to help -- some though family, others through a call to action.
Senate OKs Tougher Sentences For Repeat Gun OffendersThe Illinois Senate has approved tougher sentences for repeat gun offenders aimed at reducing violence on Chicago's streets.
Chicago's State-Owned Thompson Center On Endangered ListDowntown Chicago's state government Thompson Center building is on top of this year's Landmarks Illinois "Most Endangered Historic Places" list.
Chicago Police: Arrest Made In South Shore Quadruple MurderFour men were gunned down Thursday afternoon at Nadia Fish & Chicken, on the 2700 block of East 75th Street. Police said a man walked up to the restaurant and opened fire.

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