A sport-utility vehicle flipped over on the outbound Eisenhower Expressway early Friday, prompting authorities to shut down lanes and causing a traffic jam.
Police shot and killed a man who was apparently suicidal overnight at the Western Avenue Pink Line ‘L’ stop, after he allegedly pointed two guns at them.
Mild temperatures in the 50s over the weekend contributed to one of the largest Toys for Tots annual motorcycle parade in the past several years.
A firefighter was hurt overnight while battling flames in an abandoned commercial building on the city’s South Side overnight.
It started as a test drive, but within seconds a Chicago car salesman was knocked to the ground when a carjacker hit him with the car and drove away. It was the third in a string of carjackings at auto dealerships in the area in recent weeks.
Two salesmen have been carjacked during test drives in recent months on the city’s South Side.
A fire at a restaurant in the South Side Beverly neighborhood caused heavy damage to the building Sunday night. No one was hurt.
The first Mariano’s Fresh Market within the Chicago city limits is open Tuesday, on the former site of the Riverview amusement park in the Roscoe Village neighborhood.
There’s no doubt about it – when you’re driving along Western Avenue near the Eisenhower Expressway, you won’t be able to miss a hot dog stand that goes out of its way to hire ex-convicts.
At least one person was killed and four others were injured by gunfire in various parts of the city Thursday night.
A baby boy is alive this morning, thanks to the quick actions of a Chicago Police officer.
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St. Rita of Cascia High School on the city’s Southwest Side was placed on lockdown Monday morning, over concerns that an armed intruder may have been inside.
A deer – hurt and bleeding – was cornered in a yard near the busy intersection of Diversey, Western and Elston avenues Tuesday afternoon.
A woman was killed in an early Saturday crash on the Southwest Side.
Two brothers working at a Mr. Submarine shop in the Beverly neighborhood are being hailed as heroes, for protecting a couple who were attacked in the drive-through lane.
Five people were hospitalized this morning after a traffic accident on the city’s Southwest Side.
A cash reward is now being offered, in hopes of getting to the bottom of an incident in which two University of Chicago grad students say were beaten without provocation by Chicago Police officers.
At least one person is being held after police exchanged gunfire with suspects on the city’s Southwest Side early this morning.
A man suspected of robbing a McDonald’s armed with a screwdriver apparently tried to distract police with a fake 911 call and, ended up leading police right to him in the Rogers Park neighborhood.