Protesters Call For More Affordable Housing Outside CHA HQSome Chicagoans are worried that affordable housing is slipping away and several dozen gathered for a protest at CHA Headquarters at 60 East Van Buren on Monday morning.
City Council To Weigh $22.5M Settlement In Bipolar Woman's LawsuitThe city’s Law Department is proposing a $22.5 million settlement in a federal lawsuit filed by the family of a bipolar woman who was raped and nearly killed in 2006, after she was released from police custody in one of the city’s most dangerous neighborhoods in 2006.
Ex-Coach Remembers Michael Clarke Duncan As 'Hard Worker' Determined To SucceedIt’s a true rags to riches story, and Tuesday night, Oscar-nominated actor and Chicago native Michael Clarke Duncan was being remembered as a man who never forgot his roots after making it big-time in Hollywood.
2 Killed, 5 Shot -- Including Pregnant Woman -- In Overnight Gun ViolenceTwo men were killed and five people were wounded – including a 17-year-old pregnant girl – in a rash of shootings late Monday and early Tuesday.
Armed Robberies Plague State Street On South SidePolice are sounding the alarm about a sharp rise in robberies along State Street on the city’s South Side.