The city recently hosted the prestigious James Beard Foundation Awards and is giving the likes of New York and LA a run for their money
Footage of the 2011 arrest was released last week after it was brought under a new independent review.
The video tackles serious issues - from gun violence to homelessness
Mayor Rahm Emanuel's task force says that the Chicago Police Department is plagued by systemic racism
The Chicago-based reporter received an ageist letter reminding her ‘the TV news game is a young person’s business’
The teenager is in critical condition in hospital after a bullet passed close to his spine
Protesters parked cars and trucks across the highway to block traffic
The City Council unanimously voted to remove the tax and classify tampons and feminine products as medical necessities
By convention, presidents are expected to give their successor, of whichever party, space
95 people have been killed in Chicago since 1 January, compared to 47 in the same time period last year
The city started replacing pipes and sewer lines in 2008 which resulted in more lead in the water - yet residents only received one warning in 2013
The Art Institute of Chicago is renting the room to celebrate Van Gogh's paintings going on display in North America
Dr Jason Lieb moved from pillar to post, allegedly dodging claims of sexual harassment
The officer who killed 19-year-old Quintonio LeGrier said the teenager assaulted him and caused emotional distress
Arthur Kneibler's patent application described a garment that was "snug and smooth fitting", and avoided "bunching or gathering of the material of the garment in the crotch or at any other place"
Chicago residents are angry about police shooting 16 bullets at 17-year-old Laquan McDonald as he walked away