'Don't Cut Us Out': Some South Side Residents Not Happy With Construction Of Obama Presidential Center"It’s relevant to Chicago, but that does not pay people’s rent."
Tenants Are Encouraged To Apply For Rental Assistance Before The October 3rd Deadline
'Long Time Coming': Former President Obama Breaks Ground On Presidential Center"This doesn't feel like building something new, but reveals something that has always been here."
Lake County Man Dies From First Case Of Rabies In Illinois Since 1954, After Waking Up With Bat On NeckThe Illinois Department of Public Health on Tuesday reported the first human case of rabies in the state since 1954 in a man who died after apparently being bitten by a bat.
Three Men Steal $10K Worth of Merchandise From Ulta Store
Jensen Elementary Mother Dies From COVID-19 After Daughter Exposed At SchoolParents are demanding more information and more testing after learning two mothers of students at a Chicago Public School in Lawndale died last week from COVID-19.
Katrina Pierce Indicted On Charges Of Using Homicide Victims' Identities For False Tax Returns, Fraudulent COVID-19 Stimulus PaymentsA grand jury has indicted Katrina Pierce, a Chicago woman accused of filing false tax returns and obtaining fraudulent COVID-19 stimulus payments using the identities of homicide victims in Chicago and beyond.
South Side Author, Professor Jacqueline Stewart Among 25 `Genius Grant' RecipientsShe is also a professor in the Department of Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Chicago, where she is Director of the Arts + Public Life. She teaches American film history, specializing in African American cinema from the silent era to the present.
Chicago Weather: Clear And Quiet Tuesday NightA cool flow off the 65-degree lake was keeping shore side temperatures cooler Tuesday.
Woman Struck And Killed When Car Jumps Curb, Hits Building In GreshamFire Department officials said a driver went out of control on the 8100 block of South Racine Avenue, hitting a 30-year-old woman on the sidewalk, and then crashing into a building.
Cook County Gives $200,000 Grant To Social Service Agency Lawrence HallThe money is part of the county's $1.5 million dollar investment to address the root cause of crime and violence.