A Lincoln Park neighborhood woman says she is fearful for people walking their dogs on the North Side after a very close encounter with a pack of coyotes Tuesday morning.
The shuttered Borders bookstore at the busy juncture of Diversey Parkway, Clark Street and Broadway will reopen as a multi-level Walgreens drugstore, according to an architectural firm.
A renowned Swedish deli in Andersonville is back open for business after being closed during the summer, and says it is not going anywhere.
Police say a panhandler over the weekend followed a man off an ‘L’ train at the busy Belmont stop, then attacked the man and knocked him to the ground for giving him a mere $2.
An autopsy is scheduled for Friday for a 54-year-old woman, whose burning body was found in a garage on the northwest edge of the Uptown neighborhood.
A woman was found burned to death Thursday morning in a North Side garage, and police believe she was murdered. CBS 2′s Pamela Jones reports.
The massive Addison Park on Clark hotel-residential-retail development in Wrigleyville got the green light from the City Council last year, despite heated opposition from many neighbors.
A Lincoln Park neighborhood drugstore owner described harrowing moments this week, as a woman tried to rob his business with a hand grenade.
Police say a woman used a fake hand grenade to hold up a pharmacy on Clark Street in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.
A police officer was treated for minor smoke inhalation after responding to a Lincoln Park fire early Sunday.
For the third time this week, a shooting has left a young male wounded on the streets of the Rogers Park neighborhood.
Police shot and wounded a DUI suspect early Friday morning, after he led them on a chase up and down the Eisenhower Expressway.
ComEd crews worked all night, after an equipment malfunction sent repugnant black smoke spewing into the downtown air, and knocked out power to several Loop buildings.
It was a violent night across Chicago overnight, with at least seven people shot and wounded from the South Chicago to River North.
Plans for the city’s first-ever indoor, all-night skateboard park sailed through a City Council committee Monday.
Two South Side men were ordered held on $125,000 each Sunday, charged with robbing a Loop Walgreens on Saturday morning.
Four people were hospitalized early this morning when a CTA bus and a car collided at Washington and Clark streets downtown.
The City Council Zoning Committee on Tuesday gave approval to a plan to bring retail to an old bank building in Wicker Park.
One of Chicago’s only full-time reggae music clubs is set to close its doors because its owner is relocating to his native Ethiopia.
It’s all in the family for a longtime grocery store business on the Near North Side.