Made In Chicago: Imperfect ProduceImperfect Produce sells vegetables and fruit that may look a bit odd, but is just as good as any other veggies.
'ARC' Is Salvation Army's Six-Month Therapy For AddictionRachel White left Kansas City for New York in hopes of becoming a professional dancer. The crowd she fell in with drank hard and soon, so did she – nearly a bottle of vodka a day.
Chicago Restaurant To Pay $339,000 In Wage-Violation Case: FedsFabulous Freddies will pay nearly $170,000 in back wages and an equal amount in damages, labor officials said.
Lost Dog Makes Trip To Doggie Daycare On Her OwnIzabella the Malamute had a bigger adventure in mind than a morning walk!
Durbin: Firing Mueller Would Spark Constitutional CrisisDurbin says the echoes of 1974 are becoming louder and louder.
Cardinal Cupich To Visit Puerto Rico Per Pope Francis' RequestCardinal Cupich says he is bringing spiritual, and financial, support to the people of Puerto Rico.
Students, CTU Upset With Future CPS ClosuresCPS announced their plan Friday saying Robeson, Harper, John Hope College Prep and TEAM Englewood high schools could close by June.
Sweetened Beverage Tax Set To Expire FridayThe County stopped collecting the penny-an-ounce tax on sweetened beverages as of Thursday.
LSC Members Fight To Be Part Of Rodent Inspection At Mollison ElementaryParents fought Thursday morning to go inside a South Side elementary school as health inspectors checked for rodents.
Hamilton Education Program Welcomes Students From 25 Schools For Special Matinee Performance Students from 25 schools in four states attended a special matinee performance of "Hamilton" on Wednesday and even had a chance to perform original raps onstage at the CIBC Theatre downtown.
Train Derailment At Union Station A "Warning"Metra's outgoing and incoming executive directors told the Regional Transportation Authority board that the train derailment is a warning.
Judge Orders Masturbating Inmates HandcuffedCook County jail detainees with a history of indecent exposure, masturbation or sexual misconduct will remain handcuffed “at all times” during courthouse visits while a series of recent lawsuits play out, a federal judge said Tuesday.