CPS Students Return To In Person Class As Rank-And-File Teachers Accepts New COVID Safety AgreementStudents returned to classes Wednesday after being home for five days when teachers refused to go to class until there was a COVID safety agreement with Chicago Public Schools.
26 Citations Have Been Issued To 13 Chicago Businesses For Violating COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate -- How Does Enforcement Work?The city’s new proof of COVID-19 vaccination mandate for restaurants, gyms, and certain entertainment venues has resulted in 26 citations in a period of a week and a half.
Car Damages Front Of Clinic In Brighton Park; No Injuries ReportedA car did all this damage to a clinic and a chiropractic office in Brighton Park Wednesday.
On Top Of Longstanding Problems, Some Chicago Area Residents Say Mail Delivery Has Gotten Worse In 2022We heard about a lot of postal problems in 2021, and the New Year is bringing a new crop of trouble.
Illinois Deploying More Than 2,000 Healthcare Workers To Help Staff Overworked Hospitals; Top Doctor Says 'It's Too Soon To Tell' If Latest COVID Surge Has Peaked“With unprecedented numbers of patients being hospitalized, we must do all that we can to keep our healthcare workers and institutions operating and available to all who need medical assistance," Pritzker said.
Three Wounded In Shooting Near 63rd And KingPolice said three people were standing on the sidewalk around 11:35 a.m. on the 6300 block of South King Drive, on the cusp of the West Woodlawn and Parkway Gardens neighborhoods, when someone walked up and started shooting.
Investigation Shows 6-Year-Old Damari Perry Died Of Hypothermia, Body Was Burned After He DiedAn autopsy showed that the body of 6-year-old Damari Perry was naked and partially burned upon being found dumped in Gary, Indiana, and the likely cause of his death was hypothermia.
Former Cubs Pitcher Jon Lester Announces Retirement Jon Lester announced his retirement  Wednesday.
CPS Students Back In Classrooms As Chicago Teachers Union Set To Vote On Tentative COVID-19 Safety Agreement“We want our kids to be safe, we also want our kids in school; glad that they're able to come to an agreement reasonably quickly, and I'm glad to get her back going into school,” said Spencer Goodwine, parent of a student at Mitchell Elementary.
Dirksen Federal Courthouse Becomes Latest Site To Offer COVID TestingIf you need a COVID test you can now get it at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse.
Doctors Continue To See Rise In COVID Patients; Advise Vaccines And Other Safety MeasuresHospitals are still dealing with an overwhelming number of patients with COVID.
18-Year-Old Woman Charged In South Austin Attempted CarjackingAn 18-year-old woman has been charged in connection with an attempted carjacking that took place last month in South Austin. 
HelloBaby, West Woodlawn Nonprofit Children's Play Center, Makes Difficult Decision To Shut Down Due To COVID-19A South Side nonprofit made the tough choice to shut down its children’s center this week, leaving many families disappointed.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart Says There Are Serious Flaws In System With Murder Suspects Being Out On Electronic MonitoringRight now, about 100 people charged with murder in Cook County are not behind bars, but rather on home electronic monitoring. They are confined only by a GPS bracelet around their ankle, according to Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart.
Chicago Boat Show Won't Be Sailing Into McCormick Place This Year, Thanks To COVID And Supply Chain IssuesThe industry group behind the Chicago Boat Show, which has been canceled for the second year in a row, wants you to know you can still order a boat, and have it ready for summer fun in Chicago.