Former Black Area Two Detective Testifies At Jackie Wilson HearingDozens of Chicago police officers were on hand Tuesday for a hearing to determine whether convicted cop killer Jackie Wilson will get a new trial.
Good Samaritan Gives Homeless Man Winter Boots Off His Feet"He was bleeding through his socks. So my gut said, take them off and give them to him."
Palos Heights Catholic School May Close Due To Lack Of FundsTime appears to be running out for a southwest suburban Catholic elementary school fighting to stay open after this academic year.
3 Killed In Fiery Crash On Southeast SideA speeding car hit a light pole on 100th Street just west of the Calumet River around 1 a.m. The car flipped onto its roof and caught fire.
Speeding, Distracted Driving Ranked Top Traffic Offenses On TollwaysThere were 5,078 tickets and warnings issued for distracted driving, and 40,955 tickets and warnings for speeding on Chicago area tollways last year.
Firefighters Extinguish Massive Blaze At Des Plaines Scrap Metal YardHuge flames tore through the roof of the factory as the fire quickly spread.
Flu Cases Surging In Cook County In The Past Few WeeksCook County health officials said their hospitals and clinics saw 46 confirmed cases of flu from Oct. 21 through Dec. 24. In the two weeks that followed, there were 103 cases.
Illinois' Number Of Traffic Deaths In 2017 Surpasses 1,000For the second year in a row, the number of people killed in crashes on Illinois roads has gone over 1,000.
How Are Cemeteries Able To Bury The Dead In The Bitter Cold?With as cold as it’s been the past couple of weeks, you may wonder how cemeteries are able to continue burying the dead in a timely way.
Wheaton Metra Station Remains Closed, Riders Use Temporary Warming TrailerMany Metra riders in Wheaton are thankful they have a temporary place to stay warm while they wait for their trains, after a fire wrecked the station.
Tips To Keep Those With Alzheimer's From Wandering Off In Cold WeatherThe Alzheimer’s Association is offering reminders to lessen the chance someone with the memory-zapping disease doesn’t wander off.
CPS Watchdog Reveals 'Widespread' Employee Misuse Of Gift Cards Meant For StudentsAccording to the annual report from the Inspector General for the Chicago Board of Education, even some principals took part in lavish buying sprees.