No Arrests Made During Sobriety Checkpoint In Indiana On St. Patrick's DayIndiana State Police held Friday a sobriety checkpoint from 10 p.m. until midnight at Route 20 and Waverly Road in Porter and made no arrests.
Burglar Breaks Into Alderman's Office, Steals Tablet ComputerA burglar stole a computer from Ald. Deb Mell’s office in the Irving Park neighborhood, after smashing a the glass front door early Monday.
Kids Dance, Adults Party For St. Patrick’s Day And March MadnessThe Trinity Irish Dancers and The LaSalle Network are celebrating the holiday and the NCAA basketball tournament in different, and fun ways.
First Big Snow In 3 Months; More Than 500 Flights Canceled In ChicagoWith the first significant snowfall in Chicago in nearly three months, airlines have cancelled more than 500 flights at O'Hare and Midway airports Monday morning.
Sleep Expert Explains How To Beat Daylight Saving Time To PunchWe move our clocks ahead at 1 a.m. Sunday, but Dr. Vikas Jain suggests you should start going to bed 15 minutes earlier now. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports.
Chicago Jewish Day School Evacuated Over Bomb ThreatA private Jewish school in the Edgewater neighborhood was evacuated Tuesday morning, after receiving a bomb threat, which police later determined to be false.
Madigan Finds Debt and Identity Theft To Be Reoccurring ComplaintsConsumer debt and identity theft continue to be the top sources of complaints to the Illinois attorney general.
Alderman: Closing CVS In East Garfield Park 'Amounts To Theft'Elected officials stood in front of a store on Chicago's West Side to denounce the move, saying it would create a "pharmaceutical desert"
First Wave Of Chicago Students Attend 'Hamilton' As Part Of Special ProgramIt was the first of 10 all-student matinees of “Hamilton.” By the end of the year, 20,000 CPS students will have attended.
Police Dog Helps Find Missing 8-Year-Old BoyA Lake County police dog helped some anxious parents in the far northern suburbs find their missing son on Monday.
Aldermen In High-Crime Wards Defy Emanuel Over Use Of Surplus MoneyMayor Emanuel wants to plant trees and upgrade parks. But some aldermen insist that cash must go to fighting crime.
Warm Spell Means Early Start To Allergy Season For ManyIt looks like the groundhog was wrong about an early Spring, but this long stretch of warm weather could forecast trouble for allergy sufferers.