Two teens remain hospitalized, as police look for the assailant who shot them as they waited for a bus near South Shore High School.
A beloved South Side soul food restaurant that was a favorite of the late Mayor Harold Washington has closed its doors.
The deaths last month of two Chicago firefighters in a roof collapse may result in a tougher law regarding vacant buildings.
It is another day of mourning for the city and its bravest, as firefighter Corey Ankum is remembered by family, friends and colleagues.
Visitation is set for today for fallen Chicago firefighter Corey Ankum, one of two firefighters killed when a roof and wall collapsed at the scene of a fire last week.
Hundreds of firefighters gathered Tuesday to say their final farewells to the first of two Chicago firefighters killed last week.
Family and friends are set to begin saying their final goodbyes to the two Chicago firefighters killed in the line of duty last week.
Investigators have a theory for the cause of the fire in South Shore that killed two Chicago firefighters this week.
The South Shore neighborhood commercial building where two firefighters died in a blaze Wednesday has a troubled history.
The South Shore neighborhood fire that left two firefighters dead and 17 injured Wednesday will go down as one of the worst in the history of the Fire Department.
Ironically, today was the 100th anniversary of Chicago’s deadliest fire and Newsradio 780′s Bob Roberts reports that the 75th Street roof collapse occurred as fire department personnel commemorated those who died on December 22, 1910.
Two firefighters are dead, and a total of 17 were injured, in an extra-alarm blaze this morning in the South Shore neighborhood.
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