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Plans to expand the city’s urban growth boundary are moving forward at a time the community faces a shortage of land for large-scale residential developments. Public opinion on draft conceptual plans to add land will be sought around the end of the year.“Right now we’re functioning mostly on in-fill,” said city Community Development Director Zac Moody. “There are no new subdivisions and no new areas for large industry or residences. We won’t...

Updated at 1:14 PM

By Jeremy CostelloMore Content NowWow, has “Gotham” hit a stride and taken shape since its pilot.And unfortunately, it’s right in time for the midseason...

Posted at 1:00 PM

Memo to the lady with the hot pink luggage tag: The six cans of Libby's pumpkin pie filling that you carefully knotted in that plastic supermarket bag for your flight to Australia are not going to explode.

Updated at 12:03 PM

Dave Granlund cartoon on the grand jury decision in the Ferguson shooting.

Posted at 1:05 PM

The family of Michael Brown held a press conference Tuesday morning, in which they "strenuously" objected to the prosecutor and grand jury process that resulted in the lack of indictment for police officer Darren Wilson on...

Posted at 12:06 PM

Hold on to your butts! The first trailer for Jurassic World is here and it has everything you could want from a 

Updated at 11:04 AM

Sometimes lawmakers lose track of reality.Inside well-meaning rants and poorly written bills are the unintended comment that they don’t believe people can be trusted to act like adults.It’s no...

Posted at 10:00 AM

Given recent shootings of teens by police in recent months in Ferguson, Mo. and Cleveland, a New York City developed a program that helps students how to interact with the police

Posted at 11:05 AM

As a paramedic, Peter Mills saves lives on a nearly daily basis on Chicago Fire. But will his...

Updated at 9:48 AM

Few of us would argue, I suspect, that short-term profit is more important than leaving for future generations a livable planet. We are in danger, however, of making this mistake.

Updated at 9:46 AM

Figures compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicated October's seasonally adjusted jobless rate was 8.5 percent, an incremental improvement over September's 8.6 percent reading, but well below the 9.3 percent October 2013 mark.

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