Jason Aldean Releases 'I Won't Back Down' For CharityJason Aldean's moving rendition of "I Won't Back Down" on "Saturday Night Live" will soon be raising money to help victims of the Las Vegas shooting.
Northwestern Grad Headlines National Tour Of 'Les Miserables'The iconic musical is back in Chicago this month, and one of the stars is a Northwestern University graduate.
Thieves Steal Newspaper Delivery Vehicle With Driver’s Kids InsideThe children, ages 1 and 4, were found unharmed in the vehicle a few blocks away, police said.
Woman Killed, 2 Others Hurt In SW Side StabbingA woman was killed and two men were wounded in a stabbing attack Saturday night in the Marquette Park neighborhood on the Southwest Side.
Man Dies After Driver ‘Intentionally’ Rams Into Truck On SW SideA 21-year-old man died when another driver rammed into his truck and dragged it two blocks early Sunday in the Gage Park neighborhood.
Skimming Devices Found On ATMs Across ChicagoSkimming devices used to capture credit or debit card information have been found on a dozen ATMs across Chicago in the last two months.
Mother, Son Fatally Shot In Calumet City Were Not TargetsA mother and her son were fatally shot Wednesday afternoon in south suburban Calumet City.
Woman Charged With Robbing 81-Year-Old Man On Brown LineVictoria Dollarson was charged with a felony count of robbery in which the victim was 60 or older, according to Chicago Police.
Courses Prepare Drivers With Autism For Traffic StopsThe program aims to teach young people with autism how to interact with police during traffic stops.
Chicago Center To Welcome Hurricane Maria EvacueesThe Humboldt Park Field House is preparing to welcome many Puerto Ricans who are desperate to leave the island.
1 Dead, 21 Wounded In Chicago Weekend ShootingsA man was killed and at least 21 other people have been wounded in shootings across Chicago since Friday afternoon.
Wetter Weather Coming This Winter"We're looking at better chances for seeing wetter than normal precipitation for the winter months. That's looking at December, January and February."