Jeremiah Watt captures people dangling off boulders and surfing down mountains, highlining between cliffs and deepwater diving into the abyss. We asked Watt for his top tips for taking amazing adventure photographs, and here’s what he had to say.
Police have released a photo of a suspect wanted for beating a Northwest Side store owner with a baseball bat last week.
The natural chemistry between Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts is undeniable, and it showed during their 22 song set on the first night of their 3 show run at Chicago’s United Center.
The FBI has expanded its search for a convicted bank robber who is still on the lam nearly two weeks after escaping the federal jail in downtown Chicago.
A Chicago man who bound his 22-month-old daughter with tape and posted a photo on Facebook was acquitted Tuesday of unlawful restraint and will find out the verdict on a second charge next week.
Nicholas Claxton was fired July 23 from an Oak Park restaurant job, but sent a text message to a former co-worker showing him wearing night vision goggles and ballistic armor while holding a shotgun, police said.
Police are seeking the public’s help to arrest a man who allegedly fondled a woman aboard a CTA train on the Southwest Side on Thursday afternoon.
Sen. Mark Kirk’s staff has released the first photo of the senator since he suffered a stroke in January.
Photographer Amy Loeffler has seen some pretty crazy things on the streets of Chicago during the depths of winter.
A judge said Friday the Andre Curry can visit with the girl under the supervision of Illinois Department of Children and Family Services workers.
A burglar who stole a laptop computer from a west suburban home last month and gave police a pretty good lead — a photo of his face taken by the computer — has been arrested.
Police have released an image of the getaway car in hopes of finding three men who robbed five people at gunpoint in their South Side garages earlier this month.
There is a picture going around the internet that is supposed to be Osama bin Laden, taken after he was killed.
Leslie Hindman’s auction house in Chicago will sell what could be the only signed photograph of outlaw Jesse James.
The lives of 100 people in Chicago have been captured for the world to see, thanks to a project involving disposable cameras left for the first takers around Wicker Park.