It was another violent start to the weekend on Chicago streets, with one man dead and at least six others injured in a series of shootings.
Chicago Police were questioning a man Tuesday morning about two devices found in a trash can the day before, which led to an evacuation in Pilsen.
In a 100-year-old loft building with a skyline view of the South Loop, Picassos, Paschkes and old family heirlooms come through the door at the Graphic Conservation Company for expert restoration.
Chicago firefighters took a toddler to the hospital Thursday morning after three Good Samaritans found the child wandering on the street with no coat or shoes.
Crews have patched a 36-inch water main that ruptured in the Pilsen neighborhood Monday night, but full repairs were still underway and residents were still facing a long cleanup process after homes and businesses were flooded.
Despite the rain Thursday, the Pilsen community turned out to unveil a mural dedicated to peace and tolerance — a mural the artists say has been defaced twice already.
Authorities have charged a man with slamming into a bicyclist and killing him in the Pilsen neighborhood, then driving off.
A driver has been arrested, after police say he struck and killed a man on a bicycle in the Pilsen neighborhood early Tuesday.
An elderly woman is in the hospital this morning, injured in a fire in the Pilsen neighborhood.
An elderly woman was injured in an extra-alarm blaze which appeared to be sparked by children playing with fireworks in the Pilsen neighborhood.
A dog was rescued from the Chicago River today near Chinatown.