Two women were critically injured early Tuesday when their car hit a snow plow in the West Chatham neighborhood.
A historic building in the Auburn-Gresham neighborhood was torn down overnight, after its upper story came crashing to the ground and left four people injured.
A landmark building in the Gresham neighborhood was being torn down Tuesday night, after part of the building collapsed earlier in the day, injuring four people.
An elderly woman was injured Sunday morning when the car she was driving crashed into a medical building in the South Side Auburn-Gresham neighborhood after it had been rear-ended by a truck.
A worker is dead after an accident at a demolition site in the Chatham neighborhood Wednesday morning.
Three teenagers stand charged with beating a man to death at a bus stop for his cell phone.
A group of men beat a 41-year-old man to death over a cell phone at a bus stop on 79th Street over the weekend, in an attack that a neighbor called “senseless.”
A convenience store owner was in serious condition Thursday morning, after being shot during an attempted holdup in the Chatham neighborhood.
Chicago Police need your help to find a missing teenage girl, last seen Friday near a high school on the Southwest Side.
Police are looking for three gunmen who shot four people in the South Side’s Auburn-Gresham neighborhood overnight.
A 41-year-old butcher at a South Chicago neighborhood meat market was killed Thursday morning by a bullet that went through the shop’s front window.
Two people were shot and wounded late Tuesday afternoon in the South Side Auburn-Gresham neighborhood.
At least eight people were shot and wounded during a six-hour span throughout the city Saturday evening.
At least 14 people were shot and wounded and two men are dead following a series of shootings during an eight-hour span throughout the city late Saturday and early Sunday.
Police say a daylight shooting in the Auburn-Gresham neighborhood Friday morning might have been in retaliation for a murder at the same corner.
Police used a Taser on a suspect in a carjacking as he tried to escape from the South Chicago District patrol station.
U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush (D-Ill.) has a Congressional office in the most violent police beat in the city, but he emphasizes that has not decided whether to move his office in the wake of the shootings in Tucson.
In the wake of the attempted assassination of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, Chicago Congressman Bobby Rush said Tuesday that he’s considering moving out of his office on 79th Street, fearful of the violence on his block.