Residents of one South Side neighborhood are upset over racist graffiti that someone has sprayed on their property, reports WBBM's Nancy Harty.
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Chicago is grieving the loss of Sheldon Patinkin, a developmental figure in the world of improv in Chicago.
A Chicago man who flagged down an officer to say “hello” while driving in west suburban Riverside was charged shortly after with DUI early Saturday.
A 21-year-old man was shot and killed in the Humboldt Park neighborhood on the West Side Saturday night.
Chicago police are investigating an alleged scam that may have involved a city employee who towed a woman’s car and then demanded money for its return.
Bishop Blase Cupich said he was "surprised" and "overwhelmed" at being selected to succeed Francis Cardinal George as Archbishop of Chicago at a press conference Saturday morning.
Blase Cupich, 65, is from Omaha, Neb. and was ordained there in 1975, according to the Spokane Diocese website. He was installed as the Bishop of Spokane in September 2010.
Four people are facing charges in last month's shooting death of a nine-year old boy in the back yard of a home.
The lame jokes from Logan Square to Brooklyn will all be the same: Take that, hipsters! But does that really add anything to the fact that Pabst Brewing Company, a company that's 170-years-old, has been bought by Russian company Oasis Beverages.
A girl was rescued after she fell into a retention basin hole during gym glass at Ira Middle School.