Chicago Police Department Unveils Twitter Account In SpanishThe Chicago Police Department has launched a Spanish language Twitter account to "bridge the gap" with the city's Latino community.
Park Ridge Board Member Resigns After Tweets About Women's MarchOne tweet said: "Alas, the 300 million pound Women March provides a strong argument for doing away with women's suffrage."
Second Torture Video Shows Teen Forced To Drink From ToiletA day after Chicago police said they were questioning four people about a “sickening” video showing the torture of a mentally disabled teen, a second video has surfaced showing the suspects forcing the young man to drink out of a toilet.
WBEZ Twitter Account Suffers NSFW HackA post featuring a photo of a buttocks with a shady shortlink appeared around 12:45 p.m.
NFL Twitter Account Hacked, Falsely Claims Roger Goodell DiedThe NFL's official Twitter account created quite the stir.
Suburban Police Officer Will Live-Tweet The Overnight ShiftPalos Park Police Chief Joe Miller says the "virtual ride-along" could be exciting, or rather routine. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports.
University Of Illinois OKs Settlement With Professor Over Job OfferThe University of Illinois will pay a professor who lost his job offer over a series of anti-Israel tweets $600,000 plus legal costs under an agreement trustees approved Thursday.
Six Flags St. Louis Renames Roller Coaster After Cubs Thanks To Twitter BetPhotographic proof that the Twitter account for Six Flags St. Louis keeps its word when it loses a bet...
How To Start Your Own Travel BlogFive helpful tips to help you get started on creating your own travel blog
Police Raid Over Fake Twitter Account Costs Peoria $125,000A battle over a fake Twitter account has cost the city of Peoria $125,000.
Chicago Police "Tweetalong" Hijacked By CriticsPolice in Chicago and Baltimore hoped to communicate with the public through social media Thursday night, but their experiment might not have turned out as they wished.
Guess Who President Obama Is Not Following On TwitterThe president quickly followed all major professional Chicago sports teams, but one.