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Jefferson Park

Jefferson Park
Transportation. Affordability. Safety. These key words are the primary factors that lure people to Jefferson Park, a cozy nook on the city's Northwest Side. Read more about Jefferson Park, Chicago.
Transportation. Affordability. Safety. These key words are the primary factors that lure people to Jefferson Park, a cozy nook on the city's Northwest Side. Read more about Jefferson Park, Chicago. « Show less

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  • Cops: Pedestrian injured after cabdriver refuses fare

    Cops: Pedestrian injured after cabdriver refuses fare
    An Algerian cabdriver was ordered held on $40,000 bail after he hit a man with his cab who he refused to pick up near the Jefferson Park "L" station early Friday, officials said. A witness told police that the driver, Mustapha Zenati, 35, refused to pick...
  • 2 dead, 2 wounded in separate attacks across city

    2 dead, 2 wounded in separate attacks across city
    Three people were shot, one fatally, and another man killed in separate attacks across Chicago Saturday night and Sunday morning. A 43-year-old man died after being bound and beaten inside his apartment in the 4500 block of Milwaukee Avenue in...
  • Home tweet home: Agents turn to social media

    Home tweet home: Agents turn to social media
    Your real estate agent wants to be your friend. Not your bowling or bridge partner, or a confidante to phone after a particularly tough day, but your social media buddy, a person who will keep you up-to-speed with newsy updates and insider information...
  • Poll: City residents don't want speed cameras

    Poll: City residents don't want speed cameras
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel billed his soon-to-be-launched speed camera program as being about child safety and not raising cash, but a new Tribune/WGN-TV poll shows most Chicago voters are skeptical of the mayor's rationale and don't want the devices. The survey...
  • Delays expected this week for CTA Red, Blue Line commuters

    Delays expected this week for CTA Red, Blue Line commuters
    CTA Red and Blue Line commuters can expect delays this week due to track maintenance work, officials said.  Southbound and northbound trains on the Red Line will be running on the same track from 10:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. until early Friday morning between...
  • Gov. Brown Makes Final Push for Prop. 30 in SoCal

    Gov. Brown Makes Final Push for Prop. 30 in SoCal
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Governor Jerry Brown will be in Southern California on Monday making his final push to pass Proposition 30. On Sunday, Brown's Prop. 30 tour took him four churches in South L.A. -- West Angeles Church of God in Christ in Jefferson...
  • 'No Poop Fairy' Campaign Hits Upper East Side

    'No Poop Fairy' Campaign Hits Upper East Side
    Dog walkers everywhere, beware.¬† No one wants to see your dog’s feces laying on the sidewalk, especially in East Harlem where local politicans have decided to launch a “No Poop Fairy” campaign. The campaign, that originated in Colorado,...
  • Robbery suspect in custody after police chase

    Robbery suspect in custody after police chase
    At least one person was in custody in connection with an armed robbery following a pursuit by Chicago that began in one Northwest Side police district and ended in another Tuesday evening. The pursuit began after a robbery in the 6300 block of West...
  • Cops: Wig-wearing bank robber tracked with GPS device

    Cops: Wig-wearing bank robber tracked with GPS device
    A woman is in FBI custody after police used a GPS device to track her down following a Dunning neighborhood bank robbery, authorities said today. The woman was arrested  in connection with the Tuesday robbery of the Popular Community Bank, 7181 W. Irving...
  • 2 sickened by carbon monoxide fumes on NW Side

    2 sickened by carbon monoxide fumes on NW Side
    Two men using a gas powered "power washer" were found unconscious in a basement and taken to a hospital after they were overcome by carbon monoxide fumes late this morning on the Northwest Side, authorities said. The level of fumes was measured at 1,...
  • Cabbies strike to protest new city ordinance

    Cabbies strike to protest new city ordinance
    A handful of members from the United Taxidrivers Community Council declared victory during Monday morning's taxi strike, pointing to an empty side street near a Streeterville hotel they said would normally be packed with waiting taxis. About 10 members...