A new building has been constructed, and is set to open next fall at 700 S. State St., but the mayor said the old building, at 606 S. State St., won’t be destroyed as originally planned.
Residents of the Dearborn Park neighborhood were on alert Thursday, a day after a man sexually assaulted a resident outside her home. CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
Residents in the South Loop are being urged to be vigiliant- after an armed man sexually assaulted a woman.
A Chicago policeman who’d been with the department for 30 years was found dead in the lobby of his South Loop apartment building Sunday night.
A robbery suspect armed with a machine gun was arrested on the South Loop early Friday morning.
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Former Mayor Daley has sold his South Loop home, but it is staying in the family.
There’s a brand new, elite public high school going up in the South Loop, but there’s controversy, too. Not over the new building, but over what to do with the old one.
A high school and college basketball star was pistol-whipped and robbed in the middle of the day Monday his South Loop condo.
A gull, apparently overheated from the sweltering conditions, found some relief in the South Loop on Thursday, thanks to the generosity of a woman and her kids.
Chicago police stations are supposed to be able to double as cooling centers for the public when the weather turns hot, but the Central District station in the South Loop is offering no such relief during this heat wave.
A huge section of pavement on Columbus Drive buckled in the afternoon heat on Wednesday in the South Loop.
A biker was killed when he was thrown from his motorcycle on the Eisenhower Expressway and landed on the Kennedy Expressway Tuesday night at the Circle Interchange in the South Loop, police said.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was out thanking people in the South Loop Tuesday morning for putting up with NATO.
The NATO delegates haven’t arrived in Chicago for the weekend’s summit yet, but the protesters have already been busy for two days, and at least 12 protesters have been arrested in that time.
Protesters have begun to arrive in Chicago for next weekend’s NATO meetings. Hundreds are getting an orientation by attending a two-day “People’s Summit” at a South Loop warehouse.
Two people suffered minor injuries Saturday afternoon when the CTA bus they were on was struck by a car in the South Loop.
CTA Orange Line and Green Line trains have been delayed in the South Loop after a train derailed just south of the Roosevelt station.
The U.S. Secret Service has revealed security measures for next month’s NATO summit, which will push protesters a bit further away from McCormick Place than they originally planned to be.
I can think of many things that evoke the adventurous spirit and a Chicago winter is definitely not on the list. Few of us brave the cold and venture out for the occasional sack of groceries, and then it’s back to our toasty-little foxholes for reruns and interneting. Winter. When this city’s all frozen over, one can forget–or at least I can forget–how many unique things there are to do. Have you met the south loop? I’m certain you’ll get along quite well…