A man dubbed the “Mummy Bandit” by the FBI, because his head and face are covered, robbed a West Town bank Tuesday, marking at least four such crime committed while carrying various items such as stuffed toys and a bucket.
A man is in custody for allegedly jumping out a bathroom stall and stabbing a man in the neck at a bar early Sunday.
CHICAGO (STMW) — A woman who drunkenly walked into a roadway and was struck by a taxi cab on the North Side remains remains in critical condition. Police say the woman, 26, was “intoxicated” when […]
A woman and a baby were injured Monday afternoon when they were struck by a car in Lincoln Park.
A construction crew hit a gas line in River North Thursday morning, prompting police to shut down nearby streets.
The Andersonville neighborhood is home to Chicago’s first “people spot,” with a miniature park is taking the place of two parking spaces on Clark Street.
The City of Evanston has closed all of its lakefront beaches for the day, after water tests showed dangerous levels of E. coli bacteria.
A 21-year-old South Side man has been charged with multiple felonies, after allegedly attacking another man, then throwing himself through a glass pane to evade arrest and injuring an officer in the process, near Clark and Belmont several hours after the Gay Pride Parade.
A Chicago Police officer was cut and injured, and at least one other person was reportedly stabbed, when revelry apparently got out of hand in the Clark and Belmont district in Lakeview – long after the vast majority of the crowd out for the Gay Pride Parade had gone home.
A 17-year-old boy, who was kayaking for the first time, helped rescue a man who fell into the Chicago River on Wednesday.
Seventeen people were left homeless early Wednesday, after a fast-moving fire destroyed a garage and damaged two apartment buildings in the Andersonville neighborhood.
A little common-sense and a golden tongue got one Northwestern University student out of a robbery situation over the weekend.
For many years, the Belden Deli was just a memory of an earlier time in Chicago, but now, a legal dispute is brewing between two restaurants that are both using the name.
La Crêperie at 2845 N. Clark St. is celebrating 40 years in business as what is considered the oldest family-owned French crêperie in the United States.
Workers poured out of the Daley Center courthouse and office building Wednesday when a suspicious package was found nearby outside the County Building.
A man was pulled from the Chicago River on Friday morning after he apparently jumped off the Clark Street bridge.
The profile of a small, but notorious hot dog stand in the Lincoln Park neighborhood has risen to the point where it is now the subject of a reality TV show.
The Gerber/Hart LGBT library has announced plans to move to a new site on Clark Street in Rogers Park.
Valentine’s Day might be all about heart-shaped boxes and red roses to some, but in Chicago, it’s not complete until a Tommy gun is fired.
Police are looking for burglars who tunneled their way through a wall to steal gems from a Lincoln Park neighborhood jewelry store.