City collected $28 million in 2017, seizes cars whose owners did nothing wrong.
CBS Chicago is reporting that some of the missing cars have been used to commit crimes.
For better or worse, transportation network companies (TNCs) like Uber and Lyft have transformed how people get around in urban areas in the U.S. The worse portion comes mostly from Uber's near-constant controversy and the way TNCs have decimated the livelihood of taxi and limo drivers — and even driven some to suic
The company wants to show how expensive car ownership can be.
The Boring Company's loop connection could deliver passengers between Chicago and the O'Hare Airport in just 12 minutes.
The bids are supposed to be for high-speed rail, but The Boring Company isn't necessarily excluded.
This Ferris Beuller remake is looking weird.
A Chicago area German shepherd was saved from certain death in a hot car by an unlikely good Samaritan–a smash and grab thief.
Want a Zipcar for just a few miles? It's possible in some test markets in the US.
Reverend Catherine Brown is suing the Chicago Police Department over a 2013 traffic stop where she says she was the victim of excessive force.
Chicagoland Volkswagen dealer owner sues automaker because of the effects of the diesel-emissions scandal.
General Motors and Lyft will launch Express Drive in April specifically targeted for ride-hailing drivers who need vehicles.
In the same week a federal jury convicted a Chicago transportation official of taking bribes from a leading red-light camera company, city council members in another American city said they felt duped by promises of improved safety.
After waiting several months, the Chicago police officer who shot and killed Laquan McDonald finally had a broken dashcam in his squad car repaired on June 17, 2014. A day later, it was reported broken again.
A Chicago Uber driver ended a gunman's rampage last Friday when he pulled out his own handgun and shot the shooter.