Impeachment Hearing Reveals New Details On Trump, Ukraine"In mid-August, it became clear to me that Giuliani's effort was to gin-up politically motivated investigations were now infecting U.S. engagement with Ukraine, leveraging President Zelenski's desire for a White House meeting."
Heat Out For Second Day For Parts Of Kenwood Academy, After Problem Was Thought To Be FixedIt was another cold day in the classroom for students at Kenwood Academy High School, with the heat out for a second day in a row.
'Nevermore' Will Have More Days For Visitors At ExhibitAlong with the extending the dates of the show, Nevermore will provide free tickets and be open on Wednesdays for Chicago Public School groups "for select hours."
Power Out To 25 Customers Around DePaul After Truck Snags Power Lines, Pulls Down PoleMore than two dozen customers lost power near the DePaul University campus in Lincoln Park on Wednesday afternoon, after a truck pulled down overhead power lines.
As Public Hearings In Trump Impeachment Probe Begin, Congressman Quigley Says White House Should Let President's Advisors TestifyQuigley said, if the Trump administration truly wanted to hear first-hand evidence in the impeachment inquiry, the White House wouldn’t be blocking any of Trump’s top aides from testifying.
Illinois Considers Permanent Daylight Saving Time, Creating A Mind-Melding Time Continuum Issue For Indiana Commutersllinois took a step toward eliminating "spring forward, fall back" this week.
LIVE UPDATES: Trump Impeachment HearingThe House is holding the first public hearings of the impeachment probe, with two key diplomatic officials testifying before the Intelligence Committee.
Mayor Lightfoot Seeks To Reduce Fines For Using Pot In Public, And Stop Impounding Cars With Marijuana InsideWith recreational marijuana becoming legal in Illinois next year, Mayor Lori Lightfoot is moving to end the city's practice of impounding cars found with pot inside, and to reduce the fines for using marijuana in public.
Chicago Fire Department Uses Tower Ladder To Rescue Maintenance Crew In West LoopMaintenance workers were rescued by a Chicago Fire Department tower ladder in the West Loop on Wednesday.
Des Plaines Murder Suspect In CustodyPolice spoke with the 10-year-old daughter of the victim who went to her neighbor's home to call 911 because her father and brother had been arguing.
Garage Fire Displaces 19 People, Including 4 Children, In Brighton ParkA fire broke out at a garage in Brighton Park, displacing 19 people, including four children.
City, Civil Rights Groups Seeking Settlement In Lawsuit Over Chicago Police Department's Gang DatabaseThe database is a collection of more than 120,000 people who police maintain have gang affiliations or associations. However, critics have said it is full of inaccurate and outdated information.
Former McDonald's Employee Sues Over Sexual Harassment; 'I Was Constantly In Fear Of Losing My Job'McDonald’s is being accused of not being tough enough on allegations of sexual harassment at its restaurants.
Dean Foods, No. 1 Milk Company, Declares Bankruptcy Amid Drop In DemandGot milk? Increasingly, Americans don't, and that led the nation's biggest milk producer to file for bankruptcy Tuesday.
Getting The Runaround From Google; How Did A Relatively Simple Customer Service Problem Turn Into A Maddening Ordeal?The Google website might be helpful. But dealing with real, live, breathing human beings at the tech giant can be infuriating.