Starting today, Chicago’s most famous statues will talk to you. More than 30 of the city’s most famous statues and sculptures will tell their stories, with the help of celebrity voices.
A west suburban church was vandalized and, according to the pastor, two young people have been arrested and charged with misdemeanors.
The Ernie Banks and Harry Caray statues were removed from outside Wrigley Field on Wednesday, to be restored during the offseason while renovations are underway inside and outside the stadium itself.
Seventy-five sculptures of horses — each dedicated to a different slain Chicago police officer — are beginning to appear along the Magnificent Mile.
Vandals struck overnight in Grant Park, defacing a popular art installation of human figures in the park near the corner of Michigan and Jackson.
A retired DeKalb dentist has corrected a monumental oversight, by printing his own book listing all the statues and monuments in Chicago.
Police say the theft of two bronze statues from the courtyard at the Waukegan Public Library has been solved, but the statues are gone.