300 CPS Students Treated To Free Viewing Of Black PantherWith the day off from school, 300 Chicago Public School students were treated to see Black Panther at a Chatham movie theater.
Reilly's Daughter Bar Donates Profits To Cmdr. Bauer Memorial FundTouched by the loss of police Commander Paul Bauer, the owners of a southwest suburban bar donated some of their profits on Sunday to a fund for him.
Annual Pancake Breakfast Raises Money For Bulletproof VestsSupporters of Chicago's police community gathered Sunday for a fundraiser to raise money for bulletproof vests for CPD officers.
Gun Shop Break-In Traced To Tween SuspectThe store received a call this week from Libertyville police, saying authorities in Wheeling had matched the teen with DNA collected from the break-in scene.
SUE The T. Rex Says Goodbye To Her SkullAs the Field Museum prepares to relocate its most famous resident, workers removed the skull of SUE the T-Rex Monday morning.
Car Catches Fire At John Hancock Center Parking GarageOver 150 firefighters responded to the two-alarm fire on the 7th floor of the parking garage at 149 E. East Delaware St.
Waukegan Declares Snow EmergencyThe Waukegan Police Department issued a snow emergency Sunday morning until further notice.
Illinois Judges Swap Courtroom For Classroom At Education ConferenceThe conference covers topics such as opioid addiction trends, digital and electronic evidence, cyber bullying and sexting.
Teen Carjacking Suspect Arrested Again With Gun, Stolen CarThat arrest came the same day Police Supt. Eddie Johnson announced the formation of a new task force to combat the rise in carjackings in the Chicago area.
Chicago's Most Energy Efficient Home Resides In Hyde ParkA more than century-old greystone in Hyde Park is the most energy efficient home in all of Chicago.
CPD Forms New Task Force To Combat CarjackingsFollowing a spike in carjackings, Chicago police are turning to their federal partners for help.
Quinn Joins Movement To End New Bank Of America Checking FeeEver the supporter of public petitions, former Gov. Pat Quinn has added his voice to the growing criticism of Bank of America for ending its only free checking account option that doesn’t require a minimum balance.