Opinion: The Drivers I've Angered While Riding My Bike On Chicago's StreetsWhen I find myself getting angry at other people while biking, driving or walking, I tell myself to chill out. Maybe you should do the same?
Expect Nude Bikers In Chicago This Weekend, A PoemFor those who wish to shed their clothes on bike / Tomorrow's Naked Bike Ride you will like...
CTA's 'Courtesy' Campaign Hilariously Skewers Awful Train And Bus RidersThink of your biggest public transit pet peeves... As it turns out, the Chicago Transit Authority is well aware of them, attacking each and every slight you can think of in their latest advertising campaign.
State Agency Issues Long-Awaited Fracking Rules The Illinois Department of Natural Resources released a long-awaited plan Friday to regulate high-volume oil and gas drilling that supporters hope could bring an economic boost to southern Illinois but environmentalists fear may be too lenient.
Legislative Panel OKs Rules For Medical MarijuanaA law enacted last year authorized a four-year pilot project that will expire in 2017. So far, not a single marijuana seed has been planted. But now that rules have been approved, the state agencies running the program can start posting applications for a limited number of grower and retailer permits.
Illinois Medical Marijuana Rules Drop Gun LanguageIllinois regulators crafting the first rules for the state's new medical marijuana industry have lowered patient fees and deleted a section that angered gun owners.
Dr. Rebecca Bailey's Tips For A Safe HalloweenGoing trick-or-treating with the kids this Halloween? Elizabeth Bailey RN and Dr. Rebecca Bailey's have some helpful tips for ensuring a safe and fun night out in the neighborhood.
Students Stage Sit-In To Demand New PrincipalAbout 500 students at King College Prep High School in the North Kenwood neighborhood staged a sit-in on Thursday, demanding the new principal; and an end to new rules that limit their access to the school, its labs, tutors, and teachers after normal school hours.
Mayor Scales Back Planned Fines For NATO/G8 ProtestersFor the second time since moving to increase fines and restrictions on protests for the upcoming G8 and NATO Summits, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has backed off.
NCAA Approves College Football Rule ChangesWhen the 2011 college football season kicks off, there will be several new rules that coaches and players have to be aware of. Among them is a new rule that would give teams the option of running 10 seconds off the clock, after penalties.
Dorfman: Replay Proposal Makes Instant SenseCommon sense and baseball sometimes can be contradictory phrase. But once in a while, the sport manages to get something right, or at least correct a longstanding wrong.
NFL Owners Vote For Changes In KickoffAs the impasse between NFL players and owners continues, the owners went ahead with their annual meeting Tuesday and voted for major changes in the kickoff.