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  • Chicago alderman tries again to regulate BYOB

    Chicago alderman tries again to regulate BYOB
    A West Side alderman is taking another stab at cracking down on Chicago businesses that allow patrons to carry in their own booze, but her latest plan would not affect the hundreds of BYOB restaurants in the city.
  • Bulletproof?

    Bulletproof?
    In Dallas, where Kevin Laude grew up, it was common for his friends and neighbors to own guns. Some even kept ammunition in the trunks of their cars for an impromptu trip to the shooting range. But when Laude, 36, of West Town, moved to Chicago in 2012,...

    Emanuel, Preckwinkle back candidate in West Side County Board contest

    Emanuel, Preckwinkle back candidate in West Side County Board contest
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle today endorsed a young, first-time candidate in a crowded West Side county commissioner contest that includes a former alderman who did time for political corruption. The rare public...

    Aldermen call for Burge reparations fund

    Aldermen call for Burge reparations fund
    Two Chicago aldermen called Wednesday for the city to put up $20 million to help onetime crime suspects who were tortured by disgraced former police Cmdr. Jon Burge but have otherwise been unable to win compensation. Alds. Howard Brookins, 21st, and...

    City gives felon six-figure grant to open liquor store

    City gives felon six-figure grant to open liquor store
    Fed up with package liquor stores marked by street fights and curbside drug dealing, West Side residents more than a decade ago won a moratorium banning new liquor licenses on a bleak stretch of West Madison Street. But in April, a new neon sign for...