Police: 1 Dead, 6 Wounded In Chicago Weekend ShootingsA man was killed and at least six other people were wounded in shootings on Chicago’s South and West sides since Friday evening, according to Chicago Police.
Chicago Fourth-Grader Dies Of MeningitisHealth officials say the public is not at risk; friends of the family are raising funds for the girl's funeral.
City Workers Remove 2 Remaining Honorary 'Trump Plaza' Signs In ChicagoThe Chicago City Council voted in November to pull the honorary street signs after Trump made disparaging remarks about Chicago on the campaign trail.
First Measurable Snowfall Expected SundayIt may start to look more like the holidays on Sunday with the Chicago area expected to see snow.
13 Wounded In Weekend Shootings Across ChicagoAt least 13 people have been wounded in shootings across the city since Friday evening.
Report: Chicago Restaurants Not Getting Proper InspectionsA new report shows that more than half of the high-risk food establishments in Chicago haven't received proper inspections as required by state law.
4,000 Properties Available For $1 With Expansion Of Large Lots ProgramMajor Emanuel announced Tuesday a major expansion of the city's Large Lots land sale program, that will expand into more than 30 communities across Chicago.
Late Snow Doesn't Mean Mild Winter Ahead For ChicagoIt’s November 29th and the Chicago area has still not yet received any measurable snowfall.
Rocker Bruce Springsteen Stops In Chicago As Part Of Book TourCold, wind and rain didn't stop some 1,200 fans from lining up to meet their rock idol outside Books-A-Million bookstore in Chicago's Loop.
US Rep. Davis Plans Chicago News Conference About ViolenceElected officials from Chicago, including U.S. Rep. Danny Davis, are planning an announcement about violence.
Chicago Flight To China Diverted Due To 'Unruly Passenger'United Airlines says a flight bound for Hong Kong from Chicago was diverted near Tokyo after 12 hours because of an "unruly passenger."
CTA, Chicago Public Library Partner To Offer Free Content For RidersMayor Emanuel announced Sunday a new partnership between Chicago Transit Authority and Chicago Public Library.