Hockey Used As Medicine For AutismHockey is more than just a game for one collegiate player. Stepping out on the ice is just the right medicine to help 21-year-old Walker Aurand live life to the fullest, despite having autism.
Burglars Connected To Chicago Hit NW Indiana CarsPolice in Northwest Indiana are looking for burglars who hit a sting of parked vehicles last night.
Rain Causes Sinkhole near MidwayIn a waterlogged neighborhood near Midway Airport, the saturated ground opened up and a sinkhole started to form in an unassuming place.
After 36 Years In Prison, Jackie Wilson Walks FreeAfter nearly four decades living his life behind bars, convicted double-murderer Jackie Wilson was freed from prison today on bond while he awaits a retrial a judge ordered last week.
Flood-Prone Residents Eye Fox River LevelsThe Fox River is inching closer to reaching flood levels, and residents in the northwest suburbs weren’t taking any chances Friday ahead of a rainy weekend.
CTU President Karen Lewis Retires From TeachingThe past few years she has battled brain cancer.
"We're On A Scavenger Hunt": Reuniting Migrant Children With Parents 66 migrant children taken from their parents were brought to Chicago under the administration’s Zero Tolerance policy.
Organization's Shakeup Leaves Students China Trip Up In The AirThe Urban League's board today announced the departure of CEO Shari Runner. Also leaving, runner's chief of staff, Danielle Parker who was also scheduled to chaperone the China trip.
Loyola Star Headed To Bulls Summer CampLoyola's Dante Ingram wasn't drafted by an NBA team, but he will get a shot on the Bulls' summer league as a free agent.
Mud Concerns At This Weekend's Country LakeShake FestivalVacuums worked to suck up the water from Northerly Island, ahead of the three-day country music festival that is underway.
Lemont Bank Robber ArrestedA suspected bank robber in southwest suburban Lemont has been taken into custody.
Ex-Priest Who Abused Child Allowed Access to Chicago SchoolsOnly after the victim and the AP asked why the district let former cleric Bruce Wellems enter schools as part of alternative-schooling programs he oversees, did CPS recently ban him.