Chicago Serves Up Professional Tennis This FallIt's team tennis. Europeans against the rest of the world.
March Madness: It Could Be Harder To Make Predictions This YearHave you been a little distracted today, filling out your March Madness bracket?
Some Schools Threaten To Discipline Students Who Join WalkoutsSchool districts are deciding how they're going to handle student demonstrations next week, one month after the deadly shooting in Florida.
Actor Michael Shannon Watches Oscars From Chicago Dive BarActor Michael Shannon was sitting in a dive bar on Chicago's North Side, sipping a beer when the moment arrived.
Charity Basketball Game Honors Fallen Cmdr. Paul BauerChicago Police officers tipped off against Cook County Sheriff's officers in a charity basketball game Monday at the United Center.
Fatal Crash Blocks Eisenhower ExpresswayThree semi-trailer trucks and four passenger vehicles crashed near St. Charles Road around 2 p.m., blocking the inbound lanes.
Norridge’s Long-Running Band Program Eliminated Due To Budget CutsCutting arts is becoming increasingly popular in schools due to a lack of money. But two moms are fighting back.
Retired FBI Agent Joins Cardinal Cupich To Fight Gun ViolencePhilip Andrew, a victim of the Laurie Dann shooting, has joined the Archdiocese of Chicago’s continuing efforts to battle gun violence.
Johnson Returns To Site Of Commander's MurderChicago Police Superintendent Johnson called returning to the Thompson Center difficult.
Popular Televangelist Billy Graham Dead At 99Graham, who had been battling Parkinson’s disease, was found dead Tuesday morning at his home in North Carolina.
Chicago's Hijab Billboard Campaign Seeks To EducateFor six weeks, billboards along the Tri-State Tollway and I-55 will feature women wearing the hijab, a veil covering the head and chest.
Communities Remembering Slain Police CommanderChicago Police Cmdr. Paul Bauer's death has hit two communities especially hard: the South Side neighborhood where he lived and the North Side neighborhood he served.