Illinois Crime Commission Chief Jerry Elsner says they put up the reward because this crime was so vicious.
Elizabeth Carlson says in a matter of 24 hours, she and a friend flew to Atlanta, drove to Plains, slept in their car and witnessed something she calls surreal and inspiring.
It takes a lot of work to put on a concert at Wrigley Field.
(CBS) — It’s harvest time at Lynfred Winery in Roselle. “Right now is when we’re really going into our busiest time in the wine cellar,” said Christina Anderson-Heller, marketing director for Lynfred Winery. The 24,000 […]
Family and friends of three fallen officers were on hand at the Gold Star Families Memorial and Park to unveil the newest names to the wall of honor.
A group of South Side parents and activists have begun their ninth day of a hunger strike, as they demand the Chicago Board of Education accept their plan to turn Dyett High School into a global leadership and green technology academy.
Lester Strode is the longest-tenured Cubs coach, having served under eight different managers.
Baby, Johnny and the summer of 1963 are back but this time the story of Dirty Dancing is playing out on stage in Chicago.
Farmers in every county in Illinois except one have been made eligible to receive low-interest loans from the federal government, to help them recover from extensive damage caused by flooding.
The city of Harvey has settled a series of lawsuits stemming from rape kits that went untested for years.
The CTA ended the express service on the #9 Ashland and #49 Western routes in 2010 as part of budget cuts but now the routes are back.
CHICAGO (CBS) — It’s a bright sunny morning at Wrigley Field, and dozens of eager baseball fans wait under the famous marquee to enter one of the game’s most hallowed grounds. “Good morning everyone, welcome […]
Gov. Bruce Rauner, who made consolidating the state’s massive number of local government bodies a prominent piece of his agenda, has signed legislation to impose a moratorium on the creation of any new taxing bodies in Illinois.
The draft will be held from April 28-30.
Cubs pitcher Jon Lester was just 22 years old when he was called up to the big leagues. During his rookie year in 2006, he was also diagnosed with a rare blood cancer. He says it was reality check.
State health officials are warning parents to get their college students vaccinated against mumps after an outbreak at the University of Illinois.
Hoping to turn Halloween into Chicago’s next big thing, Michigan Avenue businesses and city officials have announced a first of its kind festival and nighttime parade this October.
Meet Darryl Wilson, the man running the Wrigley Field manual scoreboard.
For 50 years, John Rubenstein has been a familiar face on stage, in movies and on television but he’s also known for creating the original role of Pippin in 1972.
The grounds of the historic Charnley Persky House on the corner of Astor and Schiller has been the scene of an archeological dig for the past four weeks.