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Founded in 1833, the Potawatomi were forcibly removed from their land following the Treaty of Chicago and then became a major transportation and telecommunications hub in North America. Today, the city retains its status as a major hub, both for industry and infrastructure, with Chicago-O'Hare International Airport as the second busiest airport in the world.

Population: 2896016
Local Newspapers: Chicago Tribune Chicago Sun-Times
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Bears (NFL) Cubs (MLB) White Sox(MLB) Bulls (NBA) Blackhawks (NHL)
Local Colleges: Roosevelt University Loyola University DePaul University

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'Reminds us all of what we've lost': Slain Chicago...

Kevin Tuttle of the Pipes and Drums of the Chicago Police Department plays "Amazing Grace" during a ceremony for slain Chicago police Cmdr. Paul Bauer and four other officers at the Gold Star Families Memorial and Park in Chicago on Friday, April 20, 2018.

Humboldt Park man charged with attempted murder

A Humboldt Park man was charged in a Sunday shooting in an alley that wounded a 19-year-old man, Chicago police said. Rafael Serna Jr., 22, was charged with attempted first-degree murder after he was identified as the person who shot another man in the Avondale neighborhood, officials said.

Bridgeport man charged in shooting in Canaryville

Eric Blake, 23, charged with aggravated battery and felony use of a weapon in an April 11 shooting in the Canaryville neighborhood. Eric Blake, 23, charged with aggravated battery and felony use of a weapon in an April 11 shooting in the Canaryville neighborhood.

Chicago rockers Peel breathe new life into old sounds on Never Not Dead

Chicago foursome Peel play the kind of swashbuckling rippers that demand to be called "rock 'n' roll" and that sound like they could've poured out of a jukebox four or five decades ago, depending on the tune. At least, that's the case on their new self-released EP, Never Not Dead , which they celebrate tonight.

Spring things: Our favorite Chicago activities when weather warms up

While patience - sometimes a lot - is often required at this time of year, there's no better reward than warm weather in the city. And once that hits, we know how to enjoy ourselves.

New tech suggests more homes near Des Plaines River at risk of flooding

After repeated flooding of their neighborhood, many residents of of Big Bend Drive along the Des Plaines River in Des Plaines have moved out, leaving empty lots and foundations. A few have stayed, resisting buyout offers by the city through a FEMA program.

Chicago students plan another walkout Friday despite suspension threat

Huddled in a corner of Harold Washington Library, a group of Chicago students from seven different high schools spoke in hushed voices Thursday as they planned the Chicago Student Walkout, a protest against gun violence on the 19th anniversary of the Colorado Columbine High School shooting-Friday at 10 A.M. The group, Chicago Student Walkout, wants to bring together students from public and private schools all over Chicago to leave class in the middle of the day and convene in Grant Park for a rally featuring speeches, poetry readings, and artistic performances. The group largely came together through social media and the @chicagostudentwalkout Instagram account.

Yellow, Purple line trains delayed after man found dead on train

A man was found dead on a CTA train at the Howard station in Rogers Park, causing delays for Yellow and Purple line trains. CTA employees found the 56-year-old man unresponsive in a car at the station at 7519 N. Paulina St. on the North Side, Chicago police said.

Dorothy Brown plans to run for mayor of Chicago despite federal corruption probe

Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown plans to discuss her candidacy at a Sunday news conference at a downtown hotel. Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown plans to discuss her candidacy at a Sunday news conference at a downtown hotel.

Chicago RTA Touts Beneficial Commuter Program on Tax Day

On Tax Day, the Regional Transportation Authority reminded riders about a tax benefit that is good news for both employers and employees: the RTA Transit Benefit Fare Program. This program is a pre-tax benefit program that allows employees to pay for transit fare using pre-tax dollars.

Chicago Palestine Film Festival: past versus present, neighbor versus neighbor

In this year's eclectic Chicago Palestine Film Festival, two themes dominate: the tension between tradition and modernity, and the uneasy, often tragic relations between Palestinians and Israelis. The opening-night film, Annemarie Jacir's crowd-pleasing Wajib , stars real-life father Mohammad Bakri and son Saleh Bakri as a Palestinian patriarch and his expatriate son, a hipster architect who reluctantly leaves his home and girlfriend in Italy to return to Nazareth for his sister's marriage.

Man shot to death in Lawndale neighborhood

The man, who appeared to be in his 20s, suffered gunshot wounds to the left hip, thigh and chest around 2:05 p.m. in the 3800 block of West Lexington Street, police said. Officers who responded to the scene found him outside, wounded.

Yes, there's more 'rare' April snow in the forecast, Chicago

For the fifth time this month, more snow is expected to fall over the Chicago area on Wednesday, continuing a frigid April that has interfered with baseball games and other springtime activities usually underway by now. "It is rare a Getting anything an inch plus is definitely rare this time of year," said Charles Mott, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Chicago.

Herbal Notes is planting the seeds of culinary cannabis in Chicago

One evening early last December, some 20 dinner guests sat at a candlelit table in a converted Logan Square factory loft eating carnitas with red mole infused with NYC Sour Diesel, a strain of cannabis known for its relaxing, euphoric effects. Next came chilaquiles with kale salsa, soubise crema, roasted mushrooms, and smoked habanero cheddar with a smoked guajillo oil infused with a cross strain of AC/DC and Haze.

The 40th Annual Chicago Jazz Festival Announces Full Lineup

The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events is pleased to announce the 40th Annual Chicago Jazz Festival will be hosted from August 24-September 2 in Millennium Park, the Chicago Cultural Center and at venues throughout the city. Among many featured headline guests, on September 1 Chicago native Ramsey Lewis will perform his last live performance in Chicago before his retirement.

Starbucks to close stores afternoon of May 29 for racial bias training

Starbucks announced April 17, 2018 that it would close more than 8,000 US stores on May 29 to conduct "racial-bias education" following the arrest of two black men in one of its cafes. " Starbucks announced April 17, 2018 that it would close more than 8,000 US stores on May 29 to conduct "racial-bias education" following the arrest of two black men in one of its cafes.

'It's just really strange': Who is beheading the parking meters of St. John's?

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - In Washington, D.C., it was the fabled meter massacre back in the mid-1990s. In 2012, a man from the Bronx was accused of using super glue to thwart paid parking.

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