Naperville North High School Cancels Classes Following More Threats
'Pay It Forward Chicago' Campaign Taking Donations To Encourage VaccinationsThe initiative raises money to buy VISA gift cards, so community health clinics can give them out to encourage people to get a COVID vaccine.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Harold Washington College President Daniel Lopez Overcame Great Odds To Reach That RoleDaniel Lopez surrounds his office at Harold Washington College with his accolades, diplomas, and pictures of role models.
Chicago's Only Yarn Store On The Far South Side Gives Opportunity For Connection And CraftsKnitting new opportunities for connection and crafts.
Chicagoans Worry Vaccine Mandate Standoff Between City Hall And FOP Will Leave Them Less Safe; 'It's Like This Big Macho Thing'“I think they want to make it about them, It ain't about, really, the people. It's like this big macho thing between both parties,” Shulonda Stamps said.
Manhunt Underway In Tinley Park For Suspects Tied To Shooting, Double Homicide A manhunt in underway in Tinley Park.
Chicago Weather: One More Rainy Day Before A Sunny WeekendRain chances hold out for one more day ahead of a bright, sunny weekend.
15 Months After Columbus Statue Removed From Grant Park, Site Still Lit Up 'Like A Landing Strip At O’Hare'What's the cost of wasting light? And why is this spot lighting nothing?
Chicago Weather: One More Showery Day
Woman Brought Family’s Lost Dog To Animal Hospital, So Why Won’t She Return It?Where is Wendy? She's the beloved pet of a Bensenville family who has been searching for their missing dog who was last seen more than 10 days ago.
Woman Charged With Arson And Murder In Fatal South Austin FireDementhrice Boykin has been charged with first-degree murder and aggravated arson.
Officer Carlos Yanez Jr. Released From Rehab Facility More Than 2 Months After Being Shot In Line Of DutyHospital staff, police, family, friends and supporters cheered during the officer's emotional release.
Facing Shortage Of Drivers, Trucking Companies Offering Big Incentives To Lure New HiresTrucking companies are upping the pay to make the jobs more enticing.
Lightfoot Not Backing Down From Vaccine Reporting Deadline For City Workers, Despite Police Union Threatening DefianceThe stare-down between the mayor and the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police is fueling concerns that Chicagoans’ safety might be put at risk.
Man Stabbed, Critically Wounded After Confronting Maskless Woman In Convenience StoreA man was stabbed and critically injured Thursday afternoon, after confronting a woman for not wearing a mask inside a convenience store in the West Town neighborhood.