Plans to keep residents and dignitaries safe during the NATO Summit include a no-fly zone, with a shoot-to-kill warning for those who break the ban.
Arguably the city’s most controversial columnist came under fire Sunday afternoon for sexist tweets sent from his Twitter account.
A Will County judge may have explaining to do regarding the use of county computers.
Some parents from west suburban Berkeley are angry, after their kindergarteners were taken on a field trip to a local jail.
Rose and his girlfriend of nearly four years, stylist Meika Blackman Reese, are expecting their first child.
The Chicago Sun-Times is mourning the loss of a renowned sports writer Lacy J. Banks.
There is word that U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) could soon begin casting votes again as he battles back from his stroke.
A published report Monday said the Chicago Reader was up for sale and the Chicago Sun-Times had been approached as a potential buyer, but a popular Reader columnist cast doubt on the report soon afterward.
The move to hold the G8 summit at Camp David instead of Chicago in May might have come as a surprise to many, including Mayor Rahm Emanuel and members of the host committee in Chicago, but it was a move that has been in the works for weeks.
Just a couple of weeks before Election Day, Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown is trying to figure out what to do about a long-time employee of the clerk’s office who is an alleged gang leader.
Chicago Sun-Times photographer John White isn’t only a witness to history. He’s made history himself.
The Chicago Sun-Times could soon be getting a whole new look.
A high-ranking member of a Northwest Side gang says a police crackdown has paralyzed the gang and sharply cut into its drug sales.
State Sen. Annazette Collins (D-Chicago) is demanding an apology from Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White for recent newspaper comments about her.
There wasn’t a whole lot of love to be found in a newspaper Valentine addressed Tuesday to Cook County Assessor Joseph Berrios.
A new published report says we need to get ready for wild swings in the price at the pump.
It’s an election year, but don’t look for the Chicago Sun-Times to tell you which candidates it favors.
You might say that the New Year starts in earnest today, as just about everyone gets back to work. And it’s almost a sure thing that if you live in Chicago or suburban Cook County, your day-to-dat life will be more expensive.
The sale of the Chicago Sun-Times is a done deal.
A group of investors led by Chicago technology entrepreneur Michael Ferro Jr. and former Newsday publisher Timothy Knight has purchased the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper company, including its suburban papers.