About 5:20 a.m., four fire engines responded to the blaze at 600 W. Kinzie St., when one of the 5-story factory’s chocolate roasters caught fire.
One man is dead and another wounded early Sunday after a shooting in the West Side Austin neighborhood.
On this day 20 years ago, an estimated 250 million gallons of Chicago River water poured through a crack into a little-used network of tunnels under the Loop, creating what is now known as the Great Chicago Flood.
Chicago is boosting its bike-friendly reputation by giving riders more protection.
The Emanuel Administration is heralding the first stretch of what it hopes will be 100 miles of dedicated—and protected—bicycle lanes in the city of Chicago.
A new bike lane is set to open with a protective barrier in place from vehicular traffic.
The line stretched up the stairs and down the block to pick out souvenirs from the home furnishings collected by Evergreen Country Club owner Babe Ahern, who died recently at the age of 103.
Three people were critically hurt when an SUV slammed into a support pillar in the River North neighborhood downtown early today.