A large piece of stone fell from a railroad embankment in the South Loop on Monday, rupturing a gas line and prompting the evacuation of a nearby coffee shop.
A teenage boy stole a woman’s wallet as she rode a bus overnight, but the woman chased the thief down and cornered him until police arrived.
Police have released surveillance video images of two men who killed the owner of a South Side gas station on Christmas Eve after robbing the business of $2,500.
You may not see a lot of shopping activity on the Magnificent Mile these days.
The new, upscale Walgreens store at State and Randolph streets is opening to the public Tuesday morning.
A Walgreens unlike any you have ever seen will open Tuesday in the Loop.
A young dad was robbed of his first Christmas as a father when he was fatally shot during an armed robbery at his South Side gas station Saturday afternoon.
Even at the early hour of 5 a.m. on the day before Christmas Eve, stores were open for business, and plenty of consumers were out shopping.
It’s getting down to the wire for people trying to finish their Christmas shopping.
Officials investigated a report of a suspicious package aboard a CTA bus that was also leaking fuel Monday afternoon in the Loop. The package turned out to contain corn starch.
Police are looking for two suspects who shot a gas station attendant during an attempted carjacking on the Dan Ryan Expressway.
Police are looking for several men accused of accosting South side residents and robbing them at gunpoint of everything from money to car keys to cars in the Park Manor and Grand Crossing neighborhoods.
The Chicago Loop Alliance, the group of State Street businesses that usually puts up all of the twinkling white tree lights for the holidays, says it won’t be doing the lights this year.
A new study is out on the most congested expressways in the country and where the worst stretches of roads are.
Police are searching for the carjackers who stole a car in the Loop early Wednesday morning.
Four men and a woman have been charged in a shooting that killed a 13-year-old boy as he played basketball in a city park during the summer.
The lines have been long outside Borders bookstores this week — very good business indeed — if the stores weren’t all going out of business.
State Street downtown will turn from a thoroughfare to a fairground for on Oct. 1.
A 45-year-old woman has been cited for failing to yield to pedestrians in the walkway as a result of a West Pullman neighborhood accident Saturday morning where a toddler was killed and her grandmother hospitalized.
One person is in critical condition this morning after he was found floating in the Chicago River downtown.