Extra Weekend CTA Service Planned For World SeriesAdditional CTA train and bus service will be provided this weekend for the World Series games at Wrigley Field.
Cook County To Increase Minimum Wage To $13County Board members Wednesday approved an ordinance that will boost the minimum hourly wage from $8.25 to $13 by 2020.
Thursday, Friday Downtown Street Closures Set For TV FilmingFrom 7 p.m. Thursday until 2 a.m. Friday, “PD” shoots will close Columbus Drive from Roosevelt to Jackson.
Man Shot By DEA In Joliet Faces Attempted Murder ChargeA man shot by Drug Enforcement Adminstration agents during a drug sting in southwest suburban Joliet over the summer now faces an attempted murder charge.
Cubs Fans Locally Still Hopeful For World Series Win Cubs fans were quick to forget Tuesday night's loss, looking ahead to Wednesday night's game and the rest of the series, knowing that their Cubbies still have a shot at history.
Prison Watchdog Questions Tuesday Night Cook County Prison Fight VideoJail officials say more than 100 inmates were involved, but they're not seen in the video. Nor are a few other details officials claimm happened.
Police Investigating String Of MetroPCS RobberiesDetectives are looking into whether Cedric Wright and a juvenile, are connected to several MetroPCS store robberies.
Mayday Briefly Called For Fire On South SideFirefighters battling a blaze on the South Side briefly feared for the safety of one of their members, who had fallen into the basement of the structure on Wednesday.
Video Of Tuesday Night Cook County Jail Brawl ReleasedNone of the injuries were life threatening, but dozens of inmates are likely to be punished.
Cubs Fans In Cleveland Not Deterred By Game 1 Loss, Rainy WeatherMany Cubs fans traveled for the World Series and say they're not deterred by the Game 1 loss or rainy weather Wednesday.
Extra Patrols, Street Closures In Wrigleyville During World SeriesThere will be extra police officers, ballpark security and several street closures during the World Series games in Wrigleyville.
Hall Of Famer Lou Boudreau Had Strong Cubs, Indians TiesBoudreau was a player-manager on the Indians' championship team in 1948 and also a longtime Cubs broadcaster.