Last Friday, the theater debuted it’s new digital equipment and new sound system.
Chicago Department of Transportation Commissioner Gabe Klein said the mile-long two-way protected bike lane on Dearborn Street, stretching from Wacker Drive to Polk Street, is the nation’s first protected bike lane through a central business district.
Powerball fever has been sweeping the nation, as the record jackpot climbed to $550 million on Wednesday.
As negotiations continued to end the days of fighting between Israel and Hamas on the Gaza strip, dueling rallies were held in downtown Chicago on Tuesday, by both pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian activists.
Hostess, the maker of Twinkies, Ding Dongs and Wonder Bread, is going out of business, and customers have been rushing to local stores to grab their favorite fatty, sugary snacks before they’re gone.
An attorney for two local food truck owners said they plan to file a lawsuit against the city of Chicago, arguing a new food truck ordinance unfairly restricts where they may operate.
It’s been said that Chicago is one of America’s most haunted cities.
Can Highwood carve more than 30,919 pumpkins?
A group of Lincoln Park business owners is calling on state lawmakers to take a second look at a controversial 30-year old city tax levied on thousands of restaurants in and near downtown.
A suburban drive-in theater is trying to keep up with the times through fundraisers. WBBM Newsradio’s Lisa Fielding reports.
A Naperville pastor who testified against Drew Peterson in his murder trial is using his notoriety for a higher purpose.
An autopsy has determined that two men found dead inside a truck earlier this week were beaten to death.
On this day 30 years ago, a 12-year-old Elk Grove Village girl collapsed and died after taking two Tylenol capsules before going to school that morning, and six more people would die in the days to come.
Music, food and fun are on tap Saturday night on the city’s Northcenter neighborhood, all for the benefit of Chicago Fire Department charities.
A Will County attorney is looking to write a book about his role as foreman on the Christopher Vaughn murder trial.
A grim anniversary will come this weekend for one of the nation’s most notorious cold cases.
Illegal rooming houses have become a hot topic in Evanston, as residents fight an ordinance that would eliminate the “illegal” aspect.
An Aurora woman is being honored for making a difference for breast cancer patients.
A teachers’ strike continues to loom in the affluent North Shore town of Lake Forest.
It’s Back to Football Week and at Pioneer Court in Chicago, Bears fans donned their navy and orange and offered up their predictions for the new season.