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JPMorgan Chase is investing $10 million into Chicago’s South and West Sides as part of a $500 million worldwide plan
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon announced $10 million in commercial real estate loans for Chicago's most underserved areas as part of "AdvancingCities."
An American Airlines passenger in a wheelchair was reportedly stranded for hours at the airport in Chicago after her flight was canceled
An American Airlines passenger in a wheelchair was left stranded for hours at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago.
At least 4 dead — including a Chicago police officer and a gunman — after shooting at Chicago’s Mercy Hospital
A Chicago police officer was among those killed when a gunman opened fire at Mercy Hospital in Chicago on Monday.
6 people were rescued from an elevator in a Chicago skyscraper after it plummeted more than 80 floors
The express elevator in the John Hancock building was sent falling after a cable snapped, leaving six passengers fearing for their lives.
Miss Ricky's, a restaurant at Virgin Hotels Chicago, is now serving a real-life take on Buddy the Elf's unconventional breakfast from the film "Elf."
Police officers mistakenly shot and killed a security guard at an Illinois bar after he pulled out his gun to stop an armed patron
Jemel Roberson, 26, was killed early Sunday morning at Manny’s Blue Room Bar in Robbins, Illinois.
MAGA no more? Kanye West donates to Democratic Chicago mayoral candidate just weeks after embracing President Trump
Rapper Kanye West donated $126,460 to Chicago Democratic mayoral candidate Amara Enyia, just weeks after embracing President Trump at the White House.
A baggage handler fell asleep in an American Airlines cargo hold and got flown all the way from Missouri to Chicago
The 27-year-old fell asleep on the hourlong flight from Kansas City, Missouri, to Chicago on Saturday. He has since been suspended.
Amazon’s second headquarters could push home prices up by nearly 30% in its host city — here’s why renters should be worried
Newark and Raleigh could see the largest hikes, while the longtime frontrunner, Washington, DC, would see only a 4% increase in home prices.
Renting is getting less expensive for people living in the US's largest metropolitan areas. In September, rents declined on an annual basis in more than half of the nation's 35 largest markets, according to data from Zillow.