For Curie High School senior Aisolis Ramos, it started with an essay: why she wanted to go to the site of the D-Day invasion of Europe during World War II.
Superstar Michael Jordan is expected to be in federal court Tuesday morning here in Chicago – where he’s suing the parent company of the now-defunct Dominick’s for running an ad six years ago which used Jordan’s name.
A couple on their way to work Friday stopped to help a man sitting in the middle of busy Cicero Avenue, but little did they know, they had already him.
What goes around comes around in Round Lake Beach. Repo men grabbed the vehicle of a Zion resident who allegedly was inside a Walmart trying to steal electronics.
The Facebook page of 60-year-old Guy Gorney shows him straddling one of the two lions he killed in Zimbabwe.
A few dozen students and parents demonstrated at Daley Plaza – upset with the Chicago Public Schools plan to change the start time this fall at more than 80 schools.
A 41-year-old man from Johnsburg, Illinois, is dead after being hit by two trucks in McHenry County Tuesday morning.
A lack of state funding during the ongoing budget standoff has forced a Little Village YMCA named in honor of the governor to shut down one of its longest-running programs.
It was August 3, 2000, when 17-year-old Nicole Bowers disappeared from her mother’s home near Morris.
A woman was slightly hurt this morning in a motel parking lot, as three robbers got away with bags of jewelry.
These clumping critters are minding their own beeswax, WBBM’s Steve Miller reports.
The owner of a bar and restaurant in River North is going ahead with a lawsuit against his upstairs neighbors, even though scaffolding the neighbors put up several months ago is now down.
Martin, 20, was arrested in northern Wisconsin and extradited to Cook County.
About 125 anti-abortion demonstrators rallied on Michigan Avenue at noon in front of the offices of Planned Parenthood.
It was at Chicago’s Whitehall Hotel, where then-Playboy Bunny manager PJ Masten was supposed to meet the superstar comedian.
The alumni from Palatine’s Fremd High School, Class of ’75, have started a scholarship fund to honor a classmate who was bullied 40 years ago.
Bob Russell has been under fire for his office’s spending.
It was Monday when 24-year-old Heriberto Godinez died in police custody and this afternoon the lawyer for Godinez’s family says he thinks Chicago Police killed him.
Sheriff’s deputies are accustomed to finding homes in all sorts of shape after people are evicted, but they say one Batavia home topped them all.
It may be the last of its kind in DeKalb County: a turtle that’s classified as threatened in Illinois is missing from a DeKalb forest preserve.