She Left Robert Taylor Homes For 'Permanent' Residence; Now CHA Says She Has To MoveKelly King saw it as a promise of a permanent home, but the Chicago Housing Authority said “permanent” didn’t mean she would never move again.
Urban Farm At Old Robert Taylor Homes Site Collects First Harvest Of 2017The largest farm in the Windy City Harvest program, Legends Farm serves as an incubator for six farm businesses.
Protesters Call For More Affordable Housing Outside CHA HQSome Chicagoans are worried that affordable housing is slipping away and several dozen gathered for a protest at CHA Headquarters at 60 East Van Buren on Monday morning.
City Council To Weigh $22.5M Settlement In Bipolar Woman's LawsuitThe city’s Law Department is proposing a $22.5 million settlement in a federal lawsuit filed by the family of a bipolar woman who was raped and nearly killed in 2006, after she was released from police custody in one of the city’s most dangerous neighborhoods in 2006.
Ex-Coach Remembers Michael Clarke Duncan As 'Hard Worker' Determined To SucceedIt’s a true rags to riches story, and Tuesday night, Oscar-nominated actor and Chicago native Michael Clarke Duncan was being remembered as a man who never forgot his roots after making it big-time in Hollywood.
2 Killed, 5 Shot -- Including Pregnant Woman -- In Overnight Gun ViolenceTwo men were killed and five people were wounded – including a 17-year-old pregnant girl – in a rash of shootings late Monday and early Tuesday.
Armed Robberies Plague State Street On South SidePolice are sounding the alarm about a sharp rise in robberies along State Street on the city’s South Side.