Woman Says She Doesn't Feel Safe In Subsidized Chicago Home, Especially After Chunk Of Ceiling Fell On Son's HeadWith the ceiling cracking and crumbling, a Chicago family living in subsidized housing said they do not feel safe in their own home.
Mayor Lightfoot Said Last Year That More Ambulances Would Be Coming With New Fire Contract, But Now They're Not
Getting Hosed: One Woman Gets Hosed And Bulldozed By The CityCamella Batten is retired, she’s fought cancer, and she’s scared of COVID-19. But her biggest obstacle? The City of Chicago.
Chicago FOP President Asks U.S. Attorney For Federal Prosecutions For Looting, Crimes During Unrest, Blasts State's Attorney FoxxChicago Fraternal Order of Police President John Catanzara issued a letter to U.S. Attorney John R. Lausch Jr. Wednesday, calling for federal prosecutions for people arrested in looting during civil unrest.
Harvey Senior Center Remains Without Power 2 Days After Storm, Along With Much Of South SuburbA senior center in south suburban Harvey was still in the dark Wednesday, more than 48 hours after the storm blasted through the area.
Syd Jerome Menswear Has Been Burglarized Or Looted 4 Times, Owner Says Store Might Not Make ItThe windows at the Syd Jerome menswear had to be boarded up yet again after the rash of looting early Monday morning – and for employees, boarded-up windows have almost become routine now.
Chicago Property Management Company President Says Residents, Staff Feel Unsafe Amid Crime, Unrest, Demands Action From MayorThe president of a Chicago-based property management company issued a letter to Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Wednesday – saying residents and building staff do not feel safe amid civil unrest and looting in the city, and blamed the city for a lack of support.
Woman Dies After Falling Off Boat At 59th Street HarborA 45-year-old woman died after she fell off a boat overnight.
4-Year-Old Girl Dead, 8 Displaced After Fire In Gage ParkThe 4-year-old girl was discovered unresponsive by the Chicago Fire Department in the first floor bedroom.
South Side Food Pantry Hosting Food Drive Wednesday
Thousands Still Without Power Wednesday, Days After Storms Hit Chicago AreaTwo days after storms hit the Chicago area, many are still without power and left to deal with widespread damage.
14-Year-Old Boy Shot While Walking On Sidewalk On The Near West SideA 14-year-old boy was shot in the leg early Wednesday morning on the near West Side.
After Monday Morning Looting, Minority Business Owner Fears She Won't Be Able To ReopenWe spoke with minority business owner on the Magnificent Mile who said she had plenty of video evidence. But she now worries that her business won't survive long enough to see the looters punished.
Surveying Storm Damage: Trees Crash Down, Brick Garage Blown Away In Schorsch VillageThe storm on Monday afternoon brought a tornado to Rogers Park, but the damage was widespread throughout the city and beyond – with trees down, homes and cars hit, and even a brick garage blown away.
Family Wants Answers After Man Dies Following Contact With Live Wire In South SuburbsFrancisco Rice was simply walking down the street, and now he is dead after crossing paths with a downed power line in the southern suburbs.