A man was found shot several times on a sidewalk in the South Deering neighborhood early Saturday.
As the ordered Chicago’s public health department to draft regulations for dusty refinery waste from sites along the Calumet River, a group of protesters was taking their concerns to the head of the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.
The 39-year-old man was making a delivery at a home near East 99th Street and South Paxton Avenue when a gunman emerged from a gangway and opened fire.
A man was critically wounded during a shooting Sunday in the South Deering neighborhood.
A fire at a city auto pound prompted a HazMat response in the South Deering neighborhood on the South Side on Tuesday morning.
A man was critically injured Saturday morning when he was struck by a car while he was crossing a street in the South Side South Deering neighborhood.
A man checking on his neighbor during a home invasion was shot in the arm on the city’s Southeast Side overnight.
Two men were killed and at least 17 others were wounded in gun violence across the city since early Saturday — including seven shootings concentrated in a span of just three hours.
Two men were killed and at least six other people were wounded in gun violence across the city since early Saturday. Seven of the shootings took place in the span of about three hours.
A second teenage boy was charged Tuesday with murder in the shooting death of a man earlier this month in the South Deering neighborhood.
Five people were shot to death between Thursday night and early Friday morning in the city of Chicago, including two men whose bodies were found outside a South Deering neighborhood car wash.
One 17-year-old student is dead, and another is injured, after being stabbed by another student Thursday morning at a special school on the city’s Far South Side.
It sounds like energy magic: turning Illinois coal into natural gas. But Gov. Pat Quinn signed legislation on Wednesday that allows for construction of a high-tech plant to do just that.