U Of I, U Of C, Northwestern Plan $1.2 Billion Research Hub In South LoopThe universities have teamed up to create what they hope will become the next big think tank in Chicago.
Nurses, Classroom Aides, Other School Support Staff On Strike In PalatineMore than 450 support staff workers at one of the largest school districts in the state walked off the job Monday morning.
Wake, Funeral Set For Slain Rogers Park Teacher“Only know that in the heavens she will still continue her healing influence on us,” Linda Williams said of her friend Cynthia Trevillion.
Rogers Park Gathers To Honor Beloved Teacher Killed In Drive-ByPolice are still searching for the shooter who opened fire Friday night on a Rogers Park street, killing 64-year-old Cynthia Trevillion.
Suspect Charged In E. Chicago Pipe Bomb ExplosionFederal authorities have made an arrest in the case of a pipe bomb that exploded at a post office in East Chicago on September 6th.
Former Sheriff's Deputy Captured After LaSalle County ManhuntLowell “Max” Ambler surrendered peacefully around 8:45 a.m. Thursday, after entering a friend’s home in Earlville more than an hour earlier.
Aurora Carpenter To Set Up Memorial Crosses In Las VegasGreg Zanis loaded his truck with about 60 homemade crosses that will be erected in honor of the victims of the Las Vegas massacre.
Teenager Returning From Golf Tournament Killed In Kane County CrashA high school student was killed in a crash late Tuesday afternoon while on the way home from a golf tournament in Kane County.
Las Vegas Massacre Survivors 'Still Shocked' And 'Grateful To Be Alive'Elisha Seng can hardly believe she survived. She said she’s just looking forward to being able to hug her children again.
Hugh Hefner, Playboy Founder, Dead At 91The Chicago-born Hefner was credited -- or blamed -- with pushing the boundaries of adult entertainment with the magazine's launch in 1953.
Chicago Announces Massive Committee To Lure AmazonMayor Rahm Emamuel wasn't shy about touting Chicago as the right place at the right time for Amazon's second headquarters.
Niles North Varsity Football Suspended Amid Hazing InvestigationThe school’s principal sent a letter to parents Monday telling them officials began investigating hazing reports over the weekend and notified Skokie police.