An 18-year-old woman has been issued a handful of traffic citations after she and two Chicago Police officers were injured in an accident in the South Side Grand Boulevard neighborhood early Saturday when she ran a red light.
The Occupy movement is now a year old and about 125 people celebrated in the rain at LaSalle Street and Jackson Boulevard Monday night.
Bond was set at $900,000 for a west suburban man charged with attempted murder after he was shot by police while wielding a knife early Saturday following a car accident in the Loop.
Four people were critically injured early Saturday when a police sergeant shot a driver armed with a knife after a car accident in the Loop.
At least five people were killed, and 23 others were wounded, by gunfire and other violence in Chicago this past weekend.
A man who had recently moved to Chicago from Puerto Rico was stabbed to death in a fight with a group of people in the River North area early Saturday.
Dozens of protesters rallied at the site of a new West Loop office development along the Chicago River on Tuesday, upset that taxpayers’ money is supporting the construction.
Police continue to search for a gunman who shot and killed a teenager in the Washington Park neighborhood overnight.
A Chicago police officer was shot Sunday afternoon in the Bronzeville neighborhood on the South Side.
Metra officials say they are satisfied that the air aboard its trains is not toxic, and now, the agency wants to test the air in three of its downtown terminals.
Smoke from a switchbox heater sent fire crews to a Blue Line subway station in the Loop this morning, but no injuries were reported.
Flames lit up the city’s South Side, when two buildings erupted in a fire that required more than 100 firefighters to put out.
A fire broke out Wednesday in a historic building that is being converted from a former bank to a high-end hotel.