Man Charged With Painting Racist Graffiti On Pilsen ChurchA 60-year-old man has been charged with vandalizing the front doors of a Pilsen church earlier this week.
Police Arrest Suspect In Pilsen Church VandalismIt was the sixth time the church has been targeted. But this time, the church was prepared. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
Vandals Desecrate Headstones At Lockport Cemtery Over Memorial Day WeekendAuthorities are offering a $5,000 reward to catch the culprits who struck the southwest suburban graveyard.
Coaches' Offices At Whitney Young High School Vandalized
NU Freshmen Charged With Spray-Painting Racist Graffiti In ChapelTwo Northwestern University students have been charged with spray-painting racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic graffiti inside a chapel on the school’s Evanston campus late Thursday.
Off-Duty Cop Fires Shots At Catalytic Converter Thief Who Tried To Run Him OverAn off-duty Chicago police officer fired his gun at two suspects Thursday morning, after he caught a man vandalizing a car in Norwood Park.
Man Who Freed 2,000 Minks From Fur Farm Sentenced To 3 YearsAn animal-rights activist who helped release 2,000 minks and vandalize an Illinois fur farm has been sentenced to three years in federal prison — but already has been locked up for nearly that long.
Menorah In Evanston Damaged By VandalsA six-foot tall menorah was damaged on Thursday, in an incident that is being investigated by Evanston police as a possible hate crime.
Are Vandals Trying To Sabotage DuPage County Flood Control Project?DuPage County Board Member Jim Zay, who chairs the DuPage Water Commission, said it was thought at first that kids were behind the broken construction vehicle windows, doors, and control panels at Armstrong Park, where the Klein Creek Flood Mitigation Project began a year ago.
Burglars Break Into Humboldt Park Restaurant Weeks After Being Tagged By Graffiti
Graffiti Vandals Tag Old County Hospital As "Air City"Someone managed to get inside the massive century-old building, and make their way to the top of the eight-floor hospital, where they must have negotiated narrow ledges to paint “Air City” in huge letters.
Police Investigating Vandalism Of DuSable Bust Near Michigan Ave. BridgePolice are investigating the vandalism of a bust of Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable, the Haitian-born man who's credited as the founder of Chicago, reports WBBM’s Steve Miller.

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