Supt. Johnson Expects Kidney Transplant In Next MonthChicago's top cop disclosed he has lived with kidney disease for 32 years, since he was a police recruit.
Chicago Police Add Over 1,000 Extra Officers To Memorial Day Weekend PatrolsAs the Memorial Day weekend gets underway, expect to see more Chicago police on the streets and along the city’s lakefront.
Bond Denied To Man Accused Of Defrauding SeniorsMark Diamond is accused of defrauding seniors of millions of dollars through reverse-mortgage scams.
The City Thanks Chicago's Safe Passage Program For No Major IncidentsHundreds of workers in Chicago's Safe Passage Program gathered at McCormick Place to get a personal thank you from the city's school's chief, police superintendent and the Mayor.
Emanuel Calls Out Rauner For Watching Golf Instead Of Fixing State BudgetMayor Emanuel accuses Governor Rauner of watching a college golf tournament rather than dealing with the state's budget impasse.
Special Goat Yoga Session Sells Out At Garfield Park ConservatoryGarfield Park Conservatory is hosting Saturday, May 27 a Goat Yoga class from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at their goat pasture, located west of the parking lot.
Wounded Park Forest Police Officer Tim Jones Leaves Rehab HospitalOfficer Tim Jones was rolled out of Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital in Wheaton, where his squad car was waiting for him outside.
Brookfield Zoo Celebrates Its 28th Okapi Birth Since 1959An okapi calf was born May 16 at Brookfield Zoo.
Nearly 50 Members Of Two-Six Gang Arrested On Drug, Weapons ChargesNearly 50 members of a notorious South Side street gang have been charged with drug and weapons trafficking.
12-Year-Old Rockford Boy Shot, Killed In Possible Attempted RobberyPolice are searching for the suspect who fatally shot a 12-year-old boy as he was riding an ATV in an alley on Wednesday evening.
Students Lead Peace March To Kick Off Memorial Day WeekendThe students made it clear they believe they can, by example, help quell the violence that has plagued the city.
Lincoln Square Landmark Pharmacy Closes Its Doors After More Than 70 YearsA corner pharmacy that's filled prescriptions Lincoln Square for more than 70 years has decided it's time to get out of the business.

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