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The 2,500 union members, which include bus drivers, mechanics and other Metro Transit staffers, will vote on Sunday and Monday.
Some residents criticize the city for removing grave site decorations.
A City Council panel's vote leaves Messiah Lutheran Church vulnerable to future demolition.
The program may be the first of its kind in the nation.
Dem-Con is turning to robotics to sort recyclable materials, in part to help fill a labor shortage.
City might lift ban on homely stand-alone ramps if they're largely hidden from view.
On the North Side, Phillipe Cunningham unseated Council President Barb Johnson.
Election Day was significant in both cities this year — for a number of reasons.
Staff begin untangling ranked-choice preferences among the city's 105,000 ballots.
As low-wage jobs shift out of the cities, some employers use the rides as a way to attract workers from urban areas.