Levine: Spirit Of 2005 White Sox Championship Team EnduresThe South Siders and Chicago look back this weekend at a magical season, one decade later.
GM Worker Warned Company Of Switch Problem In 2005The 2005 email, unearthed in April during a company wide review of ignition-switch problems, is more evidence that GM knew about safety problems for years but failed to recall troubled cars until recently.
Former Cub Who Was Injured By Ball Fights To Play AgainA former Cub who ran into bad luck says he's not giving up his dream of a comeback, even though the Cubs are denying him a second chance.
40 Years For Former Railroad Cop On Conviction Of Shooting At PoliceA former railroad police detective was sentenced to 40 years in prison Thursday for attempted murder, convicted of shooting at Chicago Police officers who fired back several times.
Slain Aurora Woman's Friends: Suspect's Guilty Plea Left Questions UnansweredGareng Deng remains behind bars for the murder of Marilyn Bethell six years ago, but her friends wonder who else should be.
Judge Denies Withdrawal Of Guilty Plea In Aurora Woman's MurderA teenage murderer is headed back to jail after a judge refused to withdraw his guilty plea.
Officers Seek To Get Imprisoned Colleague TransferredSome Chicago Police officers have started a letter-writing campaign, in an effort to get the Federal Bureau of Prisons to move one of their own to a prison closer to home.
Nearly 6 Years Later, Dominick's Site Remains EmptyNearly six years after a fire destroyed a Dominick's store in the East Lakeview neighborhood, the lot where it stood remains vacant and future plans for the site are unclear.