Gas Station Attendant Gets Pepper Sprayed During Munster Armed RobberyA gas station attendant was battered and pepper sprayed Thursday when two people robbed the station of cigarettes in northwest Indiana.
Four Englewood High Schools Set To CloseThe Chicago Teachers Union is blasting city officials over what, it claims, are plans to close all four schools in Englewood.
Woman Hospitalized After Crashing Car Into Carol Stream HomeA woman was hospitalized after crashing her car into a house Wednesday morning in west suburban Carol Stream.
Woman, 69, Robbed, Shot In West Town Speaks OutA 69-year-old woman was shot in the leg Monday night during a robbery in the West Town neighborhood.
Meghan Markle 'Much More Than Bride To Be,' Former NU Professor"I was impressed by her awareness of what it means to be a biracial woman," Markle's former professor, Harvey Young, said.
Two Carjackers In Custody After Police Chase In The LoopTwo carjackers are in custody after they led police on a chase Tuesday afternoon in the Loop.
Jewel Donates $1M To Chance The Rapper's Social Works CharityJewel-Osco presented Chance the Rapper's Social Works organization with a $1 million check to benefit CPS.
Services Set For Rockford Police Officer Killed In Traffic StopOutside Rockford's Unitarian Universalist Church, friends, coworkers and people who never met 30-year-old Police Officer Jaimie Cox lit candles for a vigil.
Texas Church Shooting Elicits Talk Regarding Church SecurityA personal safety consultant who works with churches in the Chicago area says now is the time to take precautions.
New Reward Offered As Murder Case Marks 2nd AnniversaryShe was an aspiring model who had just won a contest. Two years ago 20-year-old daughter Kaylyn Pryor was shot and killed.
UPDATE: 2 Charged In Teen Girl's Accidental Shooting DeathTwo people have been charged in an “accidental” shooting that killed a 16-year-old Amundsen High School cheerleader Sunday evening.
The Holocaust Told Through HologramsThe Jewish United Fund estimates about 6,000 holocaust survivors remain in the Chicago area. One organization is using technology to better preserve their legacy.