Dog Respiratory Disease Temporarily Closes Animal ShelterWe're not the only ones who have to worry about coming down with the flu this season; so does your dog.
Family Sues Lyft, Driver After Elderly Crossing Guard Hit By CarJanet Gould, a 34-year veteran crossing guard, hit her head when she was struck by a Lyft driver on Jan. 8. She remains in a coma.
Olympic Ice Skater Prepares In Northwest SuburbsBradie Tennell is tweaking her presentations on the Buffalo Grove rink that has been her home for the past decade.
Scammers Targeting St. Charles Residents Using City’s Caller ID NumberA scam that's made the rounds for years is currently targeting residents of west suburban St. Charles.
Nearly-New Mural Defaced At The Music Box TheaterThe Music Box Theater's nearly-new mural is no more -- defaced beyond repair by someone armed with spray paint.
DACA Supporters Brave The ColdSeveral hundred people called on Washington to help hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children.
Chicago Fire Personnel Rescue Man Stuck In A Machine At The Crystal Glass FactoryA machine used to fabricate windows tried to swallow up a maintenance man Tuesday, but Chicago firefighters pried him loose.
Firefighters Rescue Elderly Man From Englewood House FireThe 72-year-old was trapped on the second floor of a house. He was unresponsive until fire crews performed CPR.
Chicago Man Faces Charges In Bus DisturbanceThe suspect was saying “he was gonna kill us, that he was going to but a bullet in our head,” passenger Patrick Dodd said.
Firefighters Able To Rescue Stuck Horse, Of CourseThe North Chicago Fire Department had never had such a call -- for a horse stuck halfway out a trailer. They improvised.
CPS Public Meeting On Englewood Schools Turns Into Rowdy Shouting MatchA two-hour public meeting on the Chicago school board's plan to replace four high schools in Englewood with one new $85-million school degenerated at times into a shouting match.
Networking Event Tailored To CHA College StudentsSome recruiters came prepared to offer internships and jobs, others financial support through scholarships and grants. The organizations ranged from accountants to conglomerates to banks to the Chicago Bulls.
Cold Contributes To Death Of Man, 59, On Northwest SideHe���s the second to die from cold exposure during the string of below-freezing days that has hit Chicago recently.
Mysterious Package Trips Bomb Scare At ChurchAuthorities made an unusual find at a LaGrange house of worship.
Driver Sought After Tow Truck Goes On Hit-And-Run SpreeThe series of accidents occurred over the New Year's weekend in Park Ridge and Chicago. More than a dozen vehicles were damaged.