The big retailer Target is opening its latest store on property that was once a part of the CHA’s Cabrini Green Housing Development, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Target has broken ground for a new store in the heart of what used to be Cabrini-Green–and promising 200 new jobs after the store opens a year from now.
A Chicago man is being held on $750,000 bond for allegedly attacking a woman Sunday morning as she jogged in the Old Town Triangle over the weekend.
Jennifer Hudson recently befriended the victim of another horrendous crime, according to a report Tuesday.
A man is dead and a woman was in police custody Wednesday morning, after a domestic stabbing in a Near North Side apartment.
Two boys – ages 13 and 14 – were among four killed, and at least 31 others were wounded in shootings in Chicago over the weekend.
Parents who oppose a longer school day at a Near North Side elementary school say a new survey shows what they’ve been saying all along.
A missing 12-year old north suburban boy has been found safe in Chicago.
A 70-year-old man says burglars tortured him with a red-hot spoon in his apartment in the old Cabrini-Green neighborhood, and stole the van he uses for his disabled son.
Two teenage girls charged with helping steal and crash a Lexus in River North are in even more trouble, now facing charges for attacking and beating a 10-year-old girl in the old Cabrini-Green neighborhood last week.
A joyride in a stolen Lexus ended in a crash in River North that left a 14-year-old girl in critical condition, and a man and another teenage girl behind bars.
The Chicago Housing Authority is relocating 33 families living in row houses at what remains of the Cabrini-Green public housing development.
Demolition has begun on the last high-rise standing in the Cabrini-Green public housing development.
A new Target store may be coming to the former site one of the many high-rises in the Cabrini-Green public housing development.
A Cabrini-Green resident accused of harboring drug dealers cannot be evicted because an official forgot to check a box on her lease agreement, a Cook County judge has ruled.
After 58 years, the once-sprawling Cabrini-Green housing complex finally closes its last high-rise today after the last tenant moved out today.
The last family is moving out of the sole remaining high-rise in the Cabrini-Green public housing development.
A federal judge told the two families still living in the last remaining Cabrini-Green public housing development high-rise to move out within 10 days.
The Chicago Housing Authority wants a federal judge to approve the closure of the last high-rise at the Cabrini-Green public housing project.
The last residents are moving out of the last high-rise of Cabrini-Green public housing development, but some say they are not ready to go.