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Police Shoot And Kill Pit Bull On SW Side

A Chicago Police officer shot and killed a pit bull which attacked other pets Tuesday morning in the Garfield Ridge neighborhood on the Southwest Side. more

over 2 years ago | CBS 2 | Permalink

Police shoot and kill pit bull on Southwest Side

A Chicago Police officer shot and killed a pit bull that attacked other dogs Tuesday morning in the Garfield Ridge neighborhood on the Southwest Side. more

over 2 years ago | Sun-Times | Permalink

Exclusive: Secret CHA vote broke law, experts say

The Chicago Housing Authority's board voted in private to close the LeClaire Courts housing project. It's an apparent violation of the state's open meetings law, and residents are outraged.

5 years ago | Megan Cottrell

LeClaire residents angry over decision to close housing complex

Residents say the CHA promised them they would be able to continue living at the development. They will now have to find new homes. Some are pledging to fight.

5 years ago | Megan Cottrell

For Obama fans, historic inauguration trip starts at Midway

Chicagoans from all walks of life converged on Washington, D.C. the day before President-elect Barack Obama will be sworn in at the Capitol. About 50 were aboard a flight from Midway Airport.

over 5 years ago | Peter Sachs

LeClaire courts residents don't want to go without a plan

Early next year, half of the residents at LeClaire Courts will have to leave their homes. Leaders say they shouldn't have to go without knowing what will be there if they choose to return.

over 5 years ago | Megan Cottrell

City agrees to lease Midway to private operator

Chicago city council members unanimously approve an historic deal to lease Midway Airport to a private operator for 99 years. The deal will bring the city $2.5 billion.

almost 6 years ago | Amy Lee

City agrees to 'historic' deal on Midway Airport

Midway Airport has leased to a private company for $2.5 billion; The deal nets the city $1 billion, the bulk of which must be used to improve infrastructure.

almost 6 years ago | Craig Kanalley

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