Chicago Cubs Tickets Go On Sale Friday, Execs Say Interest Is HighChicago Cubs single-game tickets go on sale to the general public Friday morning, and Cubs executives say this year is feeling a lot like a couple of years ago.
City Council Denies Proposed Wheaton Drug Rehab FacilityThe Wheaton City Council turned down a substance abuse center that wanted to open an in- and out-patient center in the western suburb.
Amid Heavy Rains, Organization Urges Limiting Water UseWith flooding still an issue in the Chicago area, Friends of the Chicago River is urging everyone to watch how much water they use.
McCook Reservoir Stores Heavy Rainfall, Reduces Flood ThreatsAs water continues to rise in the wake of heavy rains and melting snow, flooding could have been much worse for some Chicago-area residents.
Flooding From Steady Storms Closes Several Chicago Area RoadsThe National Weather Service has issued a flood warning through 10:45 a.m. for most of the Chicago area, and a flood watch through late Tuesday night.
Son Hired 18-Year-Old To Kill Parents, Police SayA 23-year-old Glen Ellyn man has been charged with hiring an 18-year-old man to kill his parents this past weekend.
State Rep. Pushes For Support Of Proposed Gun Legislation After Florida ShootingA west suburban state lawmaker hopes talk surrounding last week’s Florida school massacre renews interest in gun legislation she’s proposed.
Suburban Schools Discuss Florida Shooting With Students, StaffA couple of suburban school districts are tackling the issue of the Florida school massacre head-on.
Ald. O'Shea Encourages Donations For The 'Get Behind The Vest Fund'A Chicago alderman is encouraging people to support a couple of fundraising efforts to continue replacing outdated bullet-proof vests being worn by some Chicago police officers.
1-Year-Old Boy Among 2 Rescued From Blaze In West EnglewoodAt 9:19 p.m., firefighters responded to a call of people trapped in a burning building in the 5600 block of South Damen, according to Chicago Fire and Police Departments.
Former Special Education Teacher Charged With Child Porn PossessionMichael Levin, 62, is charged with four felony counts of possession of child pornography, according to the Will County Sheriff’s Office.
Mother, Children Bring Cards, Donuts To Cmdr. Bauer's Police StationA mother and three of her children showed love Wednesday morning at the 18th District police station where Capt. Paul Bauer commanded.