Chicago Police Find Car Tied To Sycamore Double HomicideA stolen car sought in connection to the murders of an elderly woman and her son in far west suburban Sycamore was found in Chicago on Wednesday.
Freaky Deaky 2016 Line-Up AnnouncedFreaky Deaky announced Wednesday its 2016 daily artist lineup and single-day ticket release.
St. Charles Youth Makes YouTube Film About Bullying“The Bully,” a 6 minute 38 second video by Jonah Maxwell, who is entering the 7th grade, has been viewed more than 106,000 times since it was posted on Sunday.
"The Dark Knight" Voted Favorite Among Chicago-Made FilmsFor this first time, the The Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events asked Chicagoans and visitors of the Millennium Park Summer Film Series to vote on their favorite Chicago film to be screened for the series' finale this Tuesday.
U. of Chicago to Students: We Will Not Support Trigger Warnings, Safe SpacesThe national debate about creating safe spaces and providing trigger warnings for university students landed directly in Chicago this week after the University of Chicago Dean of Students sent a letter to freshman.
Federal Judge Finds Chicago Terrorism Suspect Unfit To Go To TrialU.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman is sending Adel Daoud to a psychiatric facility for three months, saying he lacks a rational understanding of the legal proceedings at this time.
Man Surrenders After Standoff With Joliet PoliceThe man will be taken to a hospital for an evaluation before being taken to the police station.
After The Bell: Airfares Just Got A Whole Lot CheaperThe 'Fall Deal Zone' started this week and generally extends through late October. Flying during this time can save passengers 20 percent or more, though airfares will vary based on itinerary.
Woman Mugged On Mayor Emanuel's Block In RavenswoodA 50-year-old woman was mugged Tuesday afternoon on the same block as Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s home in the Ravenswood neighborhood.
Man Released Without Charges In Fatal South Chicago FireA man who had been questioned by detectives investigating a fire that killed four people in the South Chicago neighborhood has been released without charges.
Judge To Rule If Illinois Terrorism Suspect Is Mentally FitA federal judge will consider on Thursday whether a suburban Chicago terrorism suspect who says aliens and Freemasons are after him is mentally fit for trial.
Cleanup To Begin After Tornadoes Hit Central IndianaResidents in central Indiana were getting their first glimpses of crumpled buildings, scattered debris, and destroyed neighborhoods, after several tornaodes touched down on Wednesday.