10 Vehicles Stolen From Northwest Side In The Last MonthSeven of the vehicles were legally parked when they were stolen, and three were left running with the keys in the ignition.
Armed Robbers Hit 3 NW Side Business In As Many DaysIn each incident, the duo walked into a business, pulled out a gun and demanded cash from the register, according to a Chicago Police alert.
Police: Property Stolen From Garages, Vehicles On Northwest SidePolice are warning residents about three recent garage burglaries on the Northwest Side.
Police: Vehicle Thefts Reported In Irving ParkPolice are warning Northwest Side residents of several vehicle thefts last month in the Irving Park neighborhood.
Police Search For Man Who Robbed 8 Businesses With A KnifeChicago Police are searching for a man who robbed eight businesses in less than a month on the Northwest and Southwest sides.
Police: Burglars Targeting Northwest Side GaragesPolice are warning Northwest Side residents of several garage burglaries in July.
Police: Armed Robber Hit 3 Northwest Side Businesses In 6 DaysA man has robbed three Northwest Side businesses at gunpoint within the last week.
Elderly Couple Robbed; Fourth Home Invasion Targeting Senior CitizensChicago police are warning people to lock their doors and windows after yet another home invasion targets senior citizens.
Aldermen Want To Stop Segregation With Affordable Housing PlanSeveral North Side and Northwest Side aldermen say they plan to bring more affordable housing to their wards, to end what they say is continued segregation in the city.
Police: Armed Men Robbed 4 NW Side Businesses In 2 HoursIn all four incidents, the suspects entered the business, showed a handgun and stole money, according to a community alert from the CPD.
City Bricklayer Fatally Injured While Working On Northwest SideThe fatal accident occurred at Sauganash and Keeler around 1 p.m. Killed was Konrad Tucharski, a bricklayer for the Department of Water Management, a spokesperson said.
Woman Killed By Cops Faced Drug Charges, Bankruptcy, ForeclosureIn the years leading up to her death Friday night, Michele Robey was no stranger to some aspects of the judicial system.