Body Of Missing Woman, Adriana Saucedo, Found In Abandoned Gary Elementary School, 3 Teen Suspects IdentifiedThe body found in an abandoned Gary elementary school has been identified as a missing Indiana woman.
Francis Parker School Has Been Flouting Rules By Renting Out Condo Units It's Bought Up, Neighbors SayOwners of a Lincoln Park condo board say they have been waking up with an intruder.
Holiday Celebrations Kick Off In Millennium Park FridayThe city is just hours away from the traditional tree lighting ceremony.
Crews On The Scene Of Level 1 Hazmat In GreshamA vehicle fire in a industrial area spread to businesses and warehouses in the area.
Impaired Driver Crashes Into Aurora Police Squad CarAn impaired driver crashed head-on into an Aurora police car around 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
Fire Damages 3 Buildings In Grand Crossing; 6 People DisplacedFirefighters battled a fire near 68th Street and Dante Avenue.
Man Hit, Killed By Car While Trying To Cross Lake Shore Drive At Wilson Avenue, Police SayA man is dead after being struck by a vehicle while crossing the highway lanes of Lake Shore Drive Thursday night.
Alderman Says Gangs Have Left At Least 13 Blocks In The Dark In Brighton Park, And Problem Is Getting WorseBrighton Park is in the dark, with street lights completely out on than a dozen blocks.
After Light Pole Falls Downtown, Expert Says City Inspections Are Long OverdueAt least two poles besides the one that came toppling over have also been taken down outside the Thompson Center after one fell, as the city has finally decided to inspect them.
Boy, 13, Struck And Killed By SUV In South ChicagoA 13-year-old boy is dead after being struck by a vehicle in the South Chicago neighborhood Thursday evening.
Questions Mount As To Whether DCFS Was Grading Itself In Audit Of Child Abuse HotlineThe results of an audit of the Illinois child abuse hotline were released Thursday, and the reviews were not good. But even larger questions are emerging over whether the agency being audited was grading itself.
Illinois Lawmakers Propose Bill Forbidding DCFS From Shackling ChildrenIllinois state legislators are looking at putting a new law on the books to prevent shackling of children from happening again.
How Are CPS Teachers Getting Post-Strike Makeup Days Off?First, the Chicago Teachers Union demanded more makeup days for time spent on the picket line – and they got some of them, exactly as they wanted. But it turns out teachers won’t be at work anyway on many of those days.
Lightfoot's Budget Set For Final Approval Next Week, Mayor 'Very Confident' Feds Will Approve $163 Million For Ambulance ServicesAs her 2020 budget plan moved one step closer to final approval on Wednesday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot shrugged off criticism that it relies in part on federal funding that remains uncertain.
Automatic Expungement Of Marijuana Convictions Is More Complicated Than It SoundsHundreds of marijuana convictions could be expunged under the State of Illinois’ new marijuana laws. But it’s not quite that simple – or fast.
Aldermen Fend Off Effort To Kill Mayor Lori Lightfoot's $40 Million Rideshare Tax, Approve 2020 Revenue Package“We have seen actually four different proposals from Uber, all of which have been extremely questionable,” Business Affairs and Consumer Protection Commissioner Rosa Escareno said.
More Than 75,000 Pounds Of Packaged Salad Products Recalled Due To E. Coli In LettuceAbout 75,233 pounds of packaged salad products with meat or poultry are being recalled, because the lettuce ingredient might be contaminated with E. coli.
How To Avoid Zelle Scams and FraudThe electronic payment method almost all major U.S. banks promote may be the riskiest of all.
House Approves Cap On Insulin Costs, Plan Returns To SenateInsulin is necessary for people with diabetes to regulate blood sugar levels. About 1.3 million Illinois residents have diabetes, although not all rely on insulin.
'Don't Give Them Your Money:' Entrepreneurs Say Groups Offering Pricey Classes On Marijuana Business Are A ScamAdults in Illinois can legally buy weed in less than two months, and the prospects for making a profit off pot are very high. But so is the risk of being ripped off.
When Pot Is Legal, CHA Residents Won't Be Able To Light Up"It's totally unfair to say one sector can do something and public housing people can't."
Apple Devices Without Latest Updates May Be Vulnerable To Hackers -- And Not All Devices Can Receive UpdatesDo you have the latest updates on Apple? If not, the federal government says you could be opening yourself up to hackers.
New Business Owners Find It's A Mistake To Work For Free"Underpricing is probably the biggest mistake most companies make. The perception is that your product doesn't have any value."
As Cashless Stores Grow, So Does The BacklashBusiness owners who go cashless say they are following the lead of the majority of customers who are abandoning cash payments. Retailers are under pressure to cater to customers with heightened expectations for fast and seamless service, driven by companies like Amazon, Uber and Grubhub.
Uneasy About The Economy, Some Businesses Hold Off On HiringBefore the recession, the philosophy at many companies was to hire in anticipation of higher revenue. Now, the approach is to put off hiring until rising revenue justifies taking on the added expense and risk.
Target Raises Its Minimum Wage To $13 From $12With unemployment near rock bottom, retailers are under pressure to find qualified workers. In October, Amazon announced a minimum hourly wage of $15 for its U.S. employees.
Businessman Mark Cuban To Speak At Judson University EventCuban will speak at Judson University in Elgin on May 16 as part of the university's World Leaders Forum.
Extreme Cold Causes Financial Losses For Chicago BusinessesThe frigid temperatures may be subsiding, but the financial fallout for businesses is just now being tabulated.
Project Onward And The Creative Art Of Moving Upward"We know our population that we work with, which is artists with disabilities. But they are professional artists so the focus is on their art. We can talk to the artist and help them refocus on their artwork."
'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."
Matchbox Cars, Coloring Book, Card Game Magic Make Toy Hall of FameThey will be permanently showcased alongside 68 previous winners that include alphabet blocks, the Big Wheel, G.I. Joe and others recognized for their innovation, longevity and ability to foster creativity or discovery through play.
Trina Is The PAWS Chicago Dog Of The WeekJust go to the PAWS Adoption Center in Lincoln Park at 1997 North Clybourn Avenue for more information on Trina and other pets ready for their forever homes.
The Meaningful And Macabre Works Of Chicago Painter Ivan Albright"I think one of the tantalizing aspects of Albright’s work is that it is both enticing and repulsive at the same time. The initial response may be ‘oh that’s gruesome’ but the enticement is how he painted them."
Prince's Posthumous Book Released As Fans Continue To MournPanic, joy, shock: Dan Piepenbring felt them all when Prince plucked him to collaborate on his first memoir, followed by more shock and profound sadness at news of the superstar's death while the book was in its early stages.
Delta CEO says he would consider using Boeing 737 MaxCEO Ed Bastian told "CBS This Morning" he has "total faith" the planes will be safe following FAA certification
Can a middle-class budget buy a new American car? Probably not.Americans were paying about 38% more for a new car or truck over the summer than they were just 10 years ago. CBS News found many drivers can't afford it
Frontier Airlines glitch email panics holiday travelersDiscount carrier apologizes after saying an email warning passengers of flight changes was sent "in error"
Delta CEO would consider flying the revamped Boeing 737 MaxDelta Air Lines expects to fly a record 5.2 million passengers worldwide around Thanksgiving. That’s up about 2.5% from last year. Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian joins "CBS This Morning" to talk holiday travel and the big issues facing the airline industry, including concerns over the Boeing 737 Max.
U.S. begins deporting migrants to Guatemala under asylum dealThe first asylum-seeker deported by the U.S. under the controversial deal with Guatemala arrived in Guatemala City on Thursday morning
Netanyahu says fraud allegations are an attempted coupBenjamin Netanyahu says he'll fight to stay in power after becoming the first sitting prime minister in Israel's history to be indicted on criminal charges. Netanyahu faces allegations of bribery, fraud and breach of public trust. If convicted, he could serve up to 10 years in prison. Roxana Saberi reports.
No pass on military service for South Korean boy band BTSThe group of 7 young men has achieved rare global stardom, but the military has ruled that a very different job beckons
Why A$AP Rocky keeps coming up in impeachment hearingsState Department official David Holmes testified that Ambassador Sondland told Trump to "play the racism card" when it came to A$AP Rocky's case