About 15 employees of Whole Foods – and a few dozen supporters – demonstrated outside the Whole Foods store on Halsted Street in Lakeview on Wednesday, calling for better pay, and an end to what they believe is unfair policies.
A street vendor was shot and killed early Tuesday at a gas station near an exit ramp from Interstate 57 in the Washington Heights neighborhood.
Seven people, including two Chicago police officers, were hurt in a three-vehicle crash in Auburn-Gresham on Thursday, as the officers responded to a shooting.
Police arresting a West Side man for threatening his girlfriend with a gun Saturday night discovered assault weapons and drugs at his home.
Nine people have been wounded in shootings across the city since Friday night, police said.
One firefighter was hurt battling an extra-alarm blaze at an abandoned New City factory that made parade floats Monday night on the South Side.
A man was shot dead in the South Side Auburn Gresham neighborhood Wednesday night, authorities said.
You can get an education simply by walking up Halsted Street in the Lakeview neighborhood on the North Side, thanks to the newly-dedicated “Legacy Walk.”
A woman was sexually assaulted early Thursday in the East Lakeview neighborhood – on the densely-populated stretch of Waveland Avenue between Wrigley Field and Boystown.
As you’ve no doubt heard by now, big changes are in store for the Gay Pride Parade this Sunday – and organizers are urging spectators to camp out on the new Uptown leg of the route.
A deer has been holding court in a vacant lot in the Lincoln Park neighborhood for the past two days now.
A full 130 years after opening its first facility in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, Children’s Memorial Hospital is leaving the neighborhood behind for a shiny new facility in Streeterville.
Another violent night on the streets of Chicago has sent eight people – including two teenage boys – to the hospital.
A CTA driver was critically injured and eight other people were hurt early Sunday in a chain-reaction crash on the South Side that involveda bus, a squad car and other vehicles.
Police Supt. Garry McCarthy said Wednesday that Chicago police officers assigned to NATO protest duty have passed their first test ahead of this weekend’s NATO summit.
A proposed retail and apartment complex in Boystown still isn’t sitting well with its neighbors.
A 28-year-old woman has been charged with drunk driving in a crash that killed a young mother in the Englewood neighborhood on Friday.
One woman was killed and three others were injured early Friday in a crash that closed busy South Halsted Street in the Hamilton Park neighborhood.
A public feud among Greektown organizers over allegations of missing money has sponsors backing off from the community’s biggest event of the year.
City crews are ripping out a set of old, unused railroad tracks, as they begin a new beautification project on the city’s Near North Side.