Homewood Village President Rescued After Falling Through Lake IceA suburban mayor is recovering after falling through thin ice and spending 20 minutes in a fozen lake while walking the family dogs over the weekend.
FAA Warns Holiday Light Displays Could Potentially Blind PilotsIf you have one of those devices that puts a colorful holiday display on your home, make sure it's aimed properly.
Sixth-Grade Students Receive Special Message From International Education Rights IconA Vernon Hills boy has received a very special message from an international education rights icon, after reaching out to her.
Two Students Shot, One Fatally, Near Charter SchoolTwo students of a West Side charter school were shot, one of them fatally, after an argument outside the school Monday morning.
Man Charged With Raping, Robbing Woman In Ukrainian VillageRicky Parkman, 53, has been charged with one count each of aggravated criminal sexual assault, aggravated kidnapping, and robbery.
Made In Chicago: Imperfect ProduceImperfect Produce sells vegetables and fruit that may look a bit odd, but is just as good as any other veggies.
Some Ventra Cards Set To Expire At End Of DecemberSome CTA riders have decisions to make about their expiring Ventra cards.
'Respond Now' Toy Drive Accepting Donations For South Suburban FamiliesA toy drive is underway in the south suburbs that will give the gift of Christmas to some needy families.
Police: Crooks Stealing Rental Cars To Go On Crime SpreesHillside Police Det. Carlo Viscioni said rental cars are a popular target for criminals, because they aren’t reported stolen right away.
Illinois Expands Plan To Add Toll Lanes To I-55The state of Illinois is expanding its plan to add toll lanes to I-55.
Two In Custody After Crashing Stolen Car Possibly Used In Armed RobberyTwo people were arrested Sunday night, after crashing a stolen car on the Near West Side. The car allegedly had been used in an armed robbery earlier in the night.
Palos Park Native Leads National Tour Of 'Beautiful'When she was in high school at St. Ignatius, Sarah Bockel knew theater would likely be in her future.