Judge Bars Chicago Police Union President John Catanzara From Encouraging Officers To Defy City's Vaccine MandateThe standoff between Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police over the city's vaccine mandate is now in the hands of the courts, after both sides filed lawsuits against each other on Friday.
The Sky's The Limit, On And Off The Court, And These Girls Have Got NextEleven-year-old Liv Rubenstein said the Chicago Sky are the whole reason she got into the game herself.
No Cameras Will Be Allowed In Courtroom For Jussie Smollett's TrialA Cook County judge denied a request for extended media coverage of the trial on Friday, and also rejected a motion by Smollett’s attorney to dismiss the case.
Firefighters Hold Fundraiser For Colleague Timothy Eiland, As He Recovers From September Mass ShootingFirefighters made a big push Friday night to raise money for a colleague who was critically wounded in a mass shooting last month.
Democratic Illinois Lawmakers Call For Removal Of Postmaster Louis DeJoy Over Ongoing Mail Delays"As we approach the holiday season, unfortunately with the service standards that he is rendering to the American people, he’s going to be delivering a lump of coal,” U.S. Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi said of Postmaster Louis DeJoy.
16-Year-Old Girl Shot And Killed In LawndaleA 16-year-old girl was shot and killed in Lawndale Thursday night.
Drivers Suspect Scam After Cars Towed From Uptown Parking Lot During Concert At Aragon BallroomSeveral drivers paid to park during a concert Thursday night and then found their cars were towed.
Man Shot During Wicker Park RobberyPolice said a 55-year-old man was in a car in an alley along North Avenue, near Damen Avenue, around 3:45 p.m., when someone tried to rob him.
Shots Fired At Police During Foot Chase In West Garfield ParkA gunman fired shots at Chicago police officers Friday afternoon during a foot chase in the West Garfield Park neighborhood.
Boy, 15, Shot And Killed In BrainerdPolice said the boy was shot in the head inside a home in the 9300 block of South Wallace Street around 7:10 p.m.
'Pay It Forward Chicago' Campaign Taking Donations To Encourage VaccinationsThe initiative raises money to buy VISA gift cards, so community health clinics can give them out to encourage people to get a COVID vaccine.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Harold Washington College President Daniel Lopez Overcame Great Odds To Reach That RoleDaniel Lopez surrounds his office at Harold Washington College with his accolades, diplomas, and pictures of role models.
Chicago's Only Yarn Store On The Far South Side Gives Opportunity For Connection And CraftsKnitting new opportunities for connection and crafts.
Chicagoans Worry Vaccine Mandate Standoff Between City Hall And FOP Will Leave Them Less Safe; 'It's Like This Big Macho Thing'“I think they want to make it about them, It ain't about, really, the people. It's like this big macho thing between both parties,” Shulonda Stamps said.
Manhunt Underway In Tinley Park For Suspects Tied To Shooting, Double Homicide A manhunt in underway in Tinley Park.