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  • Small fire on tracks slows Brown Line service

    Small fire on tracks slows Brown Line service
    A small fire on the tracks near Montrose Avenue slowed Brown Line service midday today, officials said. Rubbish on the tracks at 4400 North Ravenswood Avenue was quickly extinguished, according to the Chicago Fire Department, but power was shut off...
  • Chicago transportation costs low -- depending on where you live

    Chicago transportation costs low -- depending on where you live
    Transportation costs per household in the Chicago region are among the lowest in the U.S., but those expenses increase dramatically for families who live in the outer suburbs, according to a new study released today. Overall, the Chicago region,...
  • Cops: Team of 3 responsible for 11 NW Side robberies

    Cops: Team of 3 responsible for 11 NW Side robberies
    A team of three robbers are believed to be responsible for nearly a dozen armed robberies on the city's Northwest Side dating back to last month, Chicago police said tonight in a community alert. In each case -- the first occurring Sept. 23 and the...
  • Photographing the scene outside former Gov. Rod Blagojevich's home before he reports to federal prison

    Photographing the scene outside former Gov. Rod Blagojevich's home before he reports to federal prison
    This is the scene outside former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's home in Chicago's Ravenswood Manor neighborhood, the day before he is scheduled to report for his federal prison sentence on corruption charges: It's already a complete circus. There are...
  • Blagojevich begins serving 14-year term

    Blagojevich begins serving 14-year term
    Former governor Rod Blagojevich arrived early Thursday afternoon at the Federal Correctional Institution in Englewood to begin serving a 14-year prison sentence. With two of his lawyers beside him, Blagojevich arrived at the entrance to the low-security...
  • Man killed, boys 10 and 14 wounded in separate shootings

    Man killed, boys 10 and 14 wounded in separate shootings
    A 10-year-old boy and another 14 were wounded and a 20-year-old man killed in separate shootings Monday night.  A spokesman for the Cook County medical examiner's office said Daniel Cisneros, of the 4200 block of South Campbell Avenue, was pronounced...
  • November 21: Midday Fix - Holiday Ornaments

    November 21: Midday Fix - Holiday Ornaments
    Holiday Ornament Workshops December 4 Lillstreet Art Center 4401 N. Ravenswood Avenue Chicago www.lillstreet.com
  • Christmas packages stolen from condo lobbies on north side

    Christmas packages stolen from condo lobbies on north side
    Some burglars are spending the Christmas season stealing packages from locked condominium lobbies. Buildings in Logan Square and Ravenswood had several incidents of stolen packages this month. This surveillance video shows a woman using a key, that's...
  • Begyle Brewing beers coming to Chicago bars in late August

    Begyle Brewing beers coming to Chicago bars in late August
    After months of planning and form-filing, Begyle Brewing is just a few weeks away from having their beers sold in Chicago bars. The Ravenswood-based brewery, run by friends Brendan Blume, Matt Ritchey and Kevin Cary, is planning to distribute using a...
  • Motorcyclist killed in early morning Ravenswood crash

    Motorcyclist killed in early morning Ravenswood crash
    A 30-year-old motorcyclist was killed and two other people were injured today in an early-morning crash involving two motorcycles and a car, authorities said. The collision happened at about 1:30 a.m. near the intersection of Lawrence and Damen avenues...
  • Suspects' Plans To Fire-Bomb Obama's Campaign Headquarters Net Terrorism Charges, Chi-Town Cops

    Suspects' Plans To Fire-Bomb Obama's Campaign Headquarters Net Terrorism Charges, Chi-Town Cops
    Three out-of-state men arrested in a Bridgeport apartment raid days before the NATO summit considered hitting President Obama's campaign headquarters, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's house and police stations with "incendiary devices," according to court documents....