Help Sought In Search For Suspects In Murder Of Family Dollar ManagerChicago police and local activists were asking for help identifying the suspects in a series of robberies at Family Dollar store, including one in which the manager was shot and killed earlier this month.
New Program At Rush Offers Free "PTSD Boot Camp"Rush University Medical Center has kicked off a new intensive outpatient program to help veterans dealing with issues associated with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Whole Foods Breaks Ground On New Pullman Distribution CenterThe 140,000-square-foot facility is expected to bring in about 150 jobs to a neighborhood that played a prominent role in the labor movement at the turn of the 20th century, and has become the focus of revival efforts in recent years.
2 Killed In Boat Crash On Lake MichiganThe crash happened about 3 a.m. about a mile-and-a-half north of the East Chicago Marina.
Kids Bring Get Well Cards To Home Of 6-Year-Old Girl Shot In EnglewoodAbout 40 kids in the Summer Safe Haven program at Holy Zion Church marched a few blocks to the home of Tacarra Morgan, chanting “Don’t shoot! I want to grow up.”
Excessive Heat Warning Issued Through Friday EveningWith the heat index expected to climb into triple digits each of the next few days, people who work and play outside will need to take extra precautions to protect themselves from dangerous heat.
CPD Gets 4 New Mounted Officers After "Extremely Difficult" TrainingThe officers ran their equine partners through a demonstration that included a police SUV barreling into the training arena at the South Shore Cultural Center.
Des Plaines Revises New Policy To Allow Police Tribute FlagThe Des Plaines City Council has modified a new policy regarding what flags can be flown on public buildings, and aldermen were taking another look at the rule after the police chief could not raise a thin blue line flag that pays tribute to fallen officers.
Cubs, City Conduct Active Shooter Drill At Wrigley FieldWrigley Field became the scene of an active shooter drill on Thursday, in an effort to make sure the Friendly Confines remain friendly and safe for fans.
Rauner Moves To Get More State Contracts To Women, MinoritiesGov. Bruce Rauner has signed an executive order he said will increase the number of women- and minority-owned businesses that receive state contracts.
Reward Offered In Probe Of Hazel Crest Triple MurderOfficials in south suburban Hazel Crest have announced a $5,000 reward for information leading to a conviction in the murder of a 39-year-old man and his two daughters.
Des Plaines Adopts New Rules After Rainbow Flag Flown Over LibraryThe Des Plaines City Council has approved restrictions on what flags can fly over city buildings after Des Plaines Public Library flew a gay pride flag in response to the Orlando night club massacre.