About 7:20 p.m., three men, ages 27, 25 and 36, were in a convenience store in the 1600 block of West Howard Street when someone standing across the street opened fire.
The bizarre case of a 43-year-old former Gurnee woman who was acquitted on charges that she stabbed her husband to death only to flee the country after being accused in 1999 of an armed robbery and home invasion goes to trial this week in Lake County Circuit Court.
Two people were killed and at least 10 others were wounded by gunfire across Chicago since Tuesday evening.
The car was speeding when the driver lost control and struck a tree.
The victim, an Evanston resident, was shot multiple times as he got out of a vehicle.
Police are looking for the person who shot and killed two men in traffic overnight in the Rogers Park neighborhood.
Police Monday morning were searching for a suspect who shot a man near the Howard Street ‘L’ terminal in Rogers Park.
Police hope a new sketch will help them find a suspect who attacked the same teenage girl twice in the Rogers Park neighborhood.
A south suburban man stands charged with beating and robbing a disabled man on the Evanston side of Howard Street, in an attack that later resulted in the man’s death.
Police are questioning two people in connection with the murder of a 61-year-old Rogers Park man, who was found robbed and beaten to death last week on the Evanston side of Howard Street.
Authorities have charged an Evanston man with planting a bomb behind a police station, then calling in a tip about it in hopes of getting a reward.
The holidays are supposed to be a time for giving, but not for one woman who was arrested for allegedly stealing three Christmas DVDs from a Rogers Park Dominick’s.
A man was shot in the shoulder in the Rogers Park neighborhood Tuesday night, and hailed a taxi to take him to the hospital.
A man walked himself to Saint Francis Hospital in Evanston after being shot in the Rogers Park neighborhood.
Now that the CTA has rebuilt the Green, Pink, Blue, Orange and Brown Lines, the focus is shifting to the Purple Line — if the state comes through with the promised money.