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‘Weakened’ clear air ordinance for heavy polluters moves forward — with no support from environmental groups

Snow possible Monday after cool down hits Chicago

Dead fish are piling up in Chicago’s ponds and lagoons. Here’s what’s going on

In-person bird hikes are back just in time to meet one of spring’s first migrants: the Timberdoodle

United, other airlines seek green-fuel tax breaks as some environmentalists push tougher emissions standards

City says federal probe into East Side metal scrapper permit has its ‘full support’ despite rejecting prior discrimination investigation

Toxic sites mapped to promote reuse on Southeast Side

More snow Sunday — followed by ‘what will feel like a heat wave’ — after snowiest 3 weeks since 1979

Chicago calls in reinforcements to fight the snow that won’t quit

Snow remains in forecast but it could come too late to break Chicago’s streak of consecutive snow days.