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  More than 3,000 Chicago Public Schools students will get to enroll in free college courses at the City College of Chicago beginning this fall. Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the program is an important part of the city’s goal to ensure every student...

More Chicago students to get free college courses

Updated: 4/30/2014 05:23 PM

  So far this year, 3,100 pothole-related claims have been filed with the city. That’s more than the total of nearly 2,450 for the last three years combined.

Chicago sees more than 3,000 pothole claims

Updated: 4/30/2014 05:22 PM

  A federal judge has sentenced a Chicago botanist to more than two years in prison for mailing threatening letters to then-Chicago Mayor Richard Daley, among others. Richard Hyerczyk, 54, sent the letters because he was upset Chicago police shot and...

Botanist gets 27 months for Chicago threats

Updated: 4/30/2014 05:19 PM

  Gov. Pat Quinn wants to increase funding for the Monetary Assistance Program by $50 million next year. He says that would give 21,000 more students access to grant money.

Quinn wants more scholarships for needy students

Updated: 4/30/2014 05:17 PM

  Prosecutors say a man got on a bus and delivered a handgun to his 14-year-old niece before she opened fire and killed another teen in Chicago.

Authorities say uncle provided gun in fatal shooting

Updated: 4/30/2014 05:16 PM

  Republican members of Illinois’ congressional delegation are calling for a federal investigation of political hiring in Gov. Pat Quinn’s transportation department.

GOP lawmakers want federal probe of Quinn hires

Updated: 4/30/2014 05:15 PM

  Chicagoans will be able to purchase alcoholic beverages three hours earlier on Sunday. The Chicago City Council on Wednesday approved a measure that moves the current 11 a.m. time to buy beer, wine and hard liquor to 8 a.m.

Chicago OKs alcohol sales at 8 a.m. on Sundays

Updated: 4/30/2014 05:14 PM

  With the number of shootings in Chicago already climbing with the temperatures, police are being dispatched by the hundreds on overtime to high-crime neighborhoods, parks, public housing buildings and other spots around the city to combat the spike...

More Chicago police on streets to combat violence

Updated: 4/30/2014 05:12 PM

  A Campton Hills man who went on the lam to Turkey instead of reporting to prison for a five-year burglary sentence pleaded guilty this week to a stolen vehicle charge and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Daniel R. Kellogg, 39, was eligible for...

Campton Hills man gets 10 years prison for Corvette theft

Updated: 4/30/2014 04:59 PM

  Anthony P. Turner, 49, of Elgin, was charged Wednesday with manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance for an incident that took place April 11, court documents show.

Fox Valley police reports

Updated: 4/30/2014 04:53 PM

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