A federal judge has ordered the Chicago Tribune to turn over notes and recordings in a fight over a juror who didn’t disclose her criminal record in the trial of convicted Illinois powerbroker William Cellini.
A new report is shedding light on the prosecution of sex crimes on Chicago area college campuses.
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.
If you’ve been missing the old Chicago Tribune Books section since its demise for the newspaper’s 2008 redesign, you may be in luck.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel says he will “sit down” with the owners of the Cubs about their efforts to get funding from the city for renovations at Wrigley Field.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel — who prides himself on open government — is defending the secrecy that surrounds the work of his business group World Business Chicago.
The city is running into some problems with new halogen street light fixtures it is installing to improve lighting and save money.
Chicago Transit Authority president Forrest Claypool says the agency is doing what it can to end the rampant employee absenteeism that can lead to long waits for passengers.
Bears linebacker Lance Briggs wants to be traded, and has filed a formal request to make that happen, according to a published report Friday morning.
Multiple students were handcuffed at a Far South Side elementary school and were told they were going to prison, according to a published report.
Just a few years ago, the Chicago Transit Authority closed down numerous stations in succession for renovations. Now it turns out they might have to repair some of the newly-remodeled stations already.
Effective at the beginning of next month, the Chicago Tribune will drop the Saturday edition of its free RedEye publication.
A DeKalb County judge will hold a hearing next month to determine whether two reporters should give prosecutors their notes on jailhouse interviews with a man charged in the 1957 kidnapping and murder of a 7-year-old girl.
The city says the lead levels in Chicago drinking water meet federal standards – but a new report says that might not be good enough.
A Logan Square-based food vendor is being probed by the city Health Department, after the Chicago Tribune reported watching the vendor’s workers preparing food under dubious sanitary conditions.
Job cuts are coming to the Tribune Company as a result of a major reorganization.
Former Chicago Tribune chief executive officer Randy Michaels is reportedly set to buy two high-profile local FM radio stations, on the heels of a new book that exposes some raunchy tales about Michaels’ conduct in Tribune Tower.
The executive inspector general of the State of Illinois is about to gain oversight power over Chicago area transit agencies.
The Cubs were once one of the most reliable moneymakers in baseball, but they have now found themselves in Major League Baseball’s financial doghouse.
A new report says inadequate staffing and lax supervision led to alleged sexual attacks at a psychiatric facility on the north lakefront.