A Loop bank branch that has been the target of several robberies was hit again Thursday morning by a man wearing a construction vest and scarf, police said.
The new, upscale Walgreens store at State and Randolph streets is opening to the public Tuesday morning.
A Walgreens unlike any you have ever seen will open Tuesday in the Loop.
Two police officers were injured Sunday afternoon in a traffic accident in the Loop.
A South Side man was ordered held without bond after being caught hiding in a Loop tavern after unsuccessfully trying to nab an iPhone from a CTA customer early Saturday.
The Chicago Transit Authority is having a few teething problems with its newest ‘L’ cars.
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Normal operations on four Loop L lines have resumed Thursday afternoon after switching problems caused some delays earlier.
A 57-year-old man has been charged with robbing a Loop bank in September and is suspected of robbing the same bank at least three other times since August.
Police are searching for the carjackers who stole a car in the Loop early Wednesday morning.
A man who robbed a Loop bank branch on Friday is suspected of hitting the same bank at least two other times in the past two months, authorities said.
This is the season for a hardy band of volunteers who wander the dark streets of the Loop, trying to save migrating birds who’ve smacked into buildings.
Starting Wednesday, downtown Chicago is being transformed into Metropolis, and the Chicago Board of Trade and the Willis Tower reportedly will serve as the offices of the Daily Planet.
A man robbed a Loop bank branch Tuesday afternoon.
If you’re tried of sitting in delays on the Loop ‘L,’ a fellow rider has a plan to speed things up.
Orange and Pink Line trains will be rerouted Downtown Sunday for structural maintenance work in the Loop.
ComEd crews worked all night, after an equipment malfunction sent repugnant black smoke spewing into the downtown air, and knocked out power to several Loop buildings.
A woman was hospitalized in critical condition after being struck by a piece of aluminum at State and Randolph streets.
A witness described a “surreal” scene Friday afternoon as a car turned the wrong way at a busy Loop intersection, caused an accident, then struck other vehicles and pedestrians in an attempt to get away.
United Airlines on Friday announced that it will be bringing an extra 1,300 workers into downtown Chicago.