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.
Drew Peterson recently remarked in a letter to a friend that he was “being held hostage against his will” in jail and made a long list of grievances about the conditions he is suffering through.
A federal judge wants to talk to a juror who failed to disclose her felony convictions before she was seated on the jury that convicted power broker William Cellini, but he won’t force reporters to turn over notes of their interviews with that juror.
Come Thursday, the Chicago Sun-Times will no longer be available for free online.
A published report is shedding light on a reported angry confrontation recently at City Hall.
Matt Forte is a very good NFL running back. He has multiple strengths, minimal weaknesses, practices hard and stays healthy. And it’s great to see the Bears again not need him to do much, in another convincing win.
A new report details how a growing number of drivers are cheating the system and parking for free all day at Chicago’s metered spaces.
Walter Payton’s widow is reacting to the new tell-all book about the Bears legend, including a story about how she and Payton’s extramarital girlfriend were both at his Hall of Fame induction.
Media mogul Conrad Black has reported back to prison, and will be there for the next 13 months to serve out his sentence for defrauding investors.
A sick leave scandal has erupted in the Chicago Police Department, and 14 officers could lose their jobs.
An editorial in the Chicago Sun-Times says accused wife killer Drew Peterson should be freed from jail.
In an interview with the Chicago Sun-Times Monday, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen once again says he wants to stay with the White Sox, “but only if they want to keep me here.”
It’s getting more expensive to rent an apartment in Chicago, and the suburbs and a couple of new forecasts predict that trend won’t change anytime soon.
White Sox general manager Kenny Williams says in an interview this week that he wants Adam Dunn and Alex Rios to quit focusing on their individual stats and instead devote their attention to helping the team win.
A detective in California thinks the man charged with the 1993 murder of a young Glenview woman, already dubbed “the Hollywood Ripper,” might also be responsible for as many as ten other killings.
Former media mogul Conrad Black must go back to prison in two months, according to an order issued by a federal judge on Monday.
Lord Conrad Black appeared a Chicago federal courtroom Friday morning, for re-sentencing on his 2007 criminal convictions.
There is still no word on the next career move for Jody Weis after his three years as Chicago’s police superintendent.
A published report says Ozzie Guillen might leave after his contract ends in 2012, if he concludes he doesn’t feel wanted by the White Sox.
A Chicago Sun-Times reporter wrote of witnessing a second shooting Tuesday evening as he covered a memorial gathering for a 15-year-old boy who was shot dead in the West Humboldt Park neighborhood.