Gov. Pritzker, Experts Emphasize Importance Of Mask Rule Enforcement During COVID-19 PandemicIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker was joined by public health experts on Sunday as he emphasized the need to maintain rules about wearing masks and social distancing to fight the pandemic – without politics getting into it.
Man Shot At Ramada Inn In Hammond, IndianaA man was shot four times at a Ramada Inn in Hammond, Indiana, early Sunday morning, police confirmed. 
Indiana Announces 1,048 New COVID-19 Cases, 1 Additional DeathIndiana state health officials Sunday announced another 1,048 confirmed COVID-19 cases and one additional confirmed death.
Chicago Weather: Clear Skies Continue, Temperatures Slowly RiseClear skies continue as the temperatures slowly rise.
Families Appalled After Cub Scout Pack's Treasured Possessions Are Thrown In Dumpster At Southeast Side Archdiocese SchoolA Cub Scout pack has called an East Side neighborhood Archdiocese school home for decades, and the boys and their parents were quite upset after priceless items stored at the school were tossed in the trash.
Illinois Secretary Of State's Employees Say Some Staffers Were Transferred Elsewhere After COVID-19 Case At Chicago SouthThe Illinois Secretary of State's office said they traced the contacts of an employee who tested positive for COVID-19 at the Chicago South facility and decided they can keep half of the building open safely, while the driver's services employees quarantine. But that's not happening.
Mail Thieves With USPS Master Key On The Loose In North Side NeighborhoodsResidents in some North Side neighborhoods were flummoxed, with mail going missing again and again.
Ald. Michael Scott Jr. Announces He Has Tested Positive For COVID-19; Mayor's Office Says Other Officials Test NegativeAld. Michael Scott Jr. (24th) announced Thursday that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
10-Year-Old Struck By Vehicle In Irving ParkA 10-year-old child was hit by a vehicle Thursday evening in the Irving Park neighborhood.
With COVID-19 Persisting, Loyola University Says Residence Halls Will Not Be Opening In The FallLoyola University Chicago on Thursday announced that it will not be opening dormitories “until conditions are favorable” amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Little Libraries Set Up In Southwest Side Parks Offer More Than Just BooksGetting resources to struggling neighborhoods is more important than ever now, and people in neighborhoods on Chicago’s Southwest Side are getting creative doing it.
Cook County Public Guardian Says State Health Care Change Could Put 18,000 Foster Kids At RiskMedical care for 18,000 foster children is at risk, according to Cook County Public Guardian Charles Golbert.
Car Crashes Into Home In RoselandA car crashed into a home in the Roseland neighborhood late Thursday afternoon.
Boy, 15, Dead After Being Found Stabbed In GlenviewA 15-year-old boy died after being found stabbed this week in Glenview.
Illinois Secretary Of State's Diversey Express Driver Services Facility Closed After Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19The Illinois Secretary of State’s office Diversey Express Driver Services Facility in Kelvyn Park will be closed until Monday, Aug. 10, after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.