Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts was mum on the rooftop owners’ efforts to stop a 2,200-square-foot video board in right field.
The Illinois Attorney General is suing a Chicago area man who has been the leader of a violence prevention charity and the lawsuit claims he only spent 7 percent of the assets on violence prevention.
Eleonora Roach is fondly remembered by a co-worker, who thinks it’s a shame she had no one when to look after her when she died. WBBM’s Steve Miller reports.
The Illinois State Treasurer’s online auction has just brought in more than $90,000
A court hearing is set for Monday for a 36-year-old Chicago man accused in the death of a 2-year-old boy last summer, reports WBBM’s Steve Miller.
A person was killed in a shooting early Sunday in south suburban Markham.
Not every Starbucks is into it. The manager of one downtown Starbucks says his location has opted out of the “Race Together” campaign encouraged by the company’s boss.
The dramatic drop in crime around four apartment buildings is over the past three years, says Bensenville Village President Frank Soto.
About 7:30 p.m., Sgt. Mike Dwyer was on-duty and driving west on Tri-State Tollway near the Halsted Street bridge in East Hazel Crest when he saw a man sitting on the bridge.
A south suburban man says a bank added insult to injury, after it mixed up his identity and then denied him the loan he wanted.
A 35-year-old Northwest Indiana pastor arrested at Midway Airport Monday for trying to carry a gun through security now says he feels terrible about the incident.
Allergy season is officially here and it may be worse than normal.
Chicago firefighters were on the scene of a 150-year-old church on the Near West Side after reports of a fire Sunday morning.
The head of a suburban-based animal protection group was trying to stop – or at least change – Will County’s deer culling program; and he said he took hidden camera video to back up his claim that it’s cruel and unnecessary.
Dennis McCay of Merrillville had been on probation for a Class D felony — neglect of a dependent. He fled Thursday.
The man was expected to be okay, but the incident caused concern in the Streeterville neighborhood.
Palatine Police say a stray bullet broke the window of a condominium resident – and ended up in his television.
A documentary about the man who’s been called Chicago’s Public Enemy Number One will not open as scheduled this Friday at a Chicago theatre, and the filmmaker says it’s because of fear of neighborhood gangs.
The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services says the Algonquin mother accused of shooting her flat-screen TV will get to keep her three children.
An Algonquin mother of three is free on bond – after what police are calling an “unusual” crime.