At least 20 people, including a 10-year-girl, a 16-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy, have been wounded in shootings throughout the city since Friday evening.
A man facing prison for heroin possession fatally shot his girlfriend, her two sons and niece as they slept in the home they shared in unincorporated Villa Park early Tuesday.
A gas leak caused traffic headaches in a busy part of the South Loop Friday morning.
Two employees of a spa in Villa Park were doing more than giving massages, police say.
Police say they have new leads Thursday morning in the murder of Officer Clifton Lewis, as the community pays its last respects.
The Metra Union Pacific West Line was shut down for some time Thursday morning, after a train hit an empty car in West Chicago.
Two teenage boys have been charged in a shooting that left a man wounded at the busy Roosevelt Road ‘L’ platform in the South Loop.
Firefighters worked more than two hours Tuesday night to extinguish an extra-alarm blaze on the West Side.
Early morning rush hour traffic was tied up downtown Monday, after a pickup truck slammed into a taxi at Columbus Drive and Roosevelt Road.
A shooting on the city’s West Side led to a high-speed chase on the Eisenhower Expressway overnight, before police finally caught three suspects miles to the west.
Police say a fight over a woman led a former Hines VA Hospital worker to kill a colleague over the weekend.
Police in Cicero discovered more than 2,000 DVDs of allegedly illegally copied hit movies in a car they pulled over Friday for a broken headlight.
Three adults – including at least one University of Illinois at Chicago police officer – and a child were injured late Saturday in a crash on the Near West Side.
Two trucks collided and jackknifed overnight, spilling fuel and a load of candy, in one of three accidents involving trucks on the expressway in a period of about nine hours.
A new Trader Joe’s store may bring new life to the intersection of Wabash Avenue and Roosevelt Road in the South Loop.
A captain and crew member aboard a water taxi wasted no time Monday when a woman fell into the Chicago River. Newsradio 780′s Steve Miller talked with one of the heroes.
Five people were injured in a rash of shootings Wednesday, all of which happened in broad daylight.
Community activists, advocacy groups and union representatives will join 20 of Chicago’s 50 aldermen Thursday night for the first ever People’s City Council Meeting.
Police say they are surprised by a spike in thefts of human hair in recent months.
As concerns mount about flash mob attacks in the trendy Streeterville neighborhood, the University of Illinois at Chicago is now reporting a similar attack on the city’s Near West Side.