Some yelled, while some read from their smart phones. One odd man out even thanked the mayor.
Orland Park Police are investigating an armed robbery in which a man got a little bit of money, and a lot of cigarettes.
Elizabeth, who doesn’t want to give her last name, was forcibly kissed by a man in the Edgewater neighborhood a few weeks ago.
Starting Tuesday, hundreds of veterans and active military personnel who suffer physical and visual disabilities will compete in various sports across Chicago.
A funeral was held today at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia for one of the two women killed in the Fairdale Tornado in April.
The Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire said overdue fines added up to only about half a percent of their annual budget, and eliminating the fines allows them to save money on the staff time and service costs needed to collect them.
It usually takes several years and millions of dollars to write, shoot, edit and market a movie, but some Chicagoans will try to do all of that in just this coming weekend.
A man who just got out of jail yesterday is now accused of leading police on a high-speed chase in the western suburbs today, reports WBBM’s Terry Keshner.
Study By U Of C Professor Finds Living On Tree-Lined Streets Makes People Healthier And Possibly Smarter
Apparently you don’t need to hug a tree, but rather just look at one to live a happy, healthier life.
Look, up in the sky! An area dentist is looking for a hot-air balloon shaped like a giant molar. It was last seen heading toward Wisconsin.
A man who served more than 27 years behind bars for murder and attempted rape on Chicago’s South Side had his case overturned on Monday.
It’s time for Chicagoans to experience “Shakespeare in the Park”….every park.
One year after the Jackie Robinson West team’s triumph — followed by the eventual downfall — many inner-city Chicago baseball players continue to gather inspiration from the South Side youngsters.
While Alexander Hamilton’s Image On $10 Bill Will Be Diminished, He Can Still Be Seen Prominently In Chicago
Alexander Hamilton’s image on the $10 bill will be diminished in a few years, but he’ll still be seen prominently in Chicago.
A black widow, no less. WBBM Newsradio’s Terry Keshner reports.
(CBS) — Students at Northwestern’s Feinberg School of Medicine gathered on Monday afternoon on Chicago’s near North Side to thank the families and friends of those who donated their bodies for medical study. Medical students read […]
Some young Chicago performers took their act to an unlikely place recently, Lower Wacker Drive, to deliver a message.
As the nation observes Memorial Day, a new book takes an in-depth look at America’s many military actions over its history.
Some local fish are having surgery Thursday in the name of science, reports WBBM’s Terry Keshner.
Pastor Corey Brooks says he’ll be in Baltimore, to help his fellow pastor, Jamal Bryant, who gave the eulogy at Freddie Gray’s funeral.