Red Cross Helping 27 Residents After Apartment Building Wall Collapses In Franklin ParkThe American Red Cross of Greater Chicago was helping multiple families Wednesday after an entire wall of bricks collapsed to the ground at an apartment building in Franklin Park.
Home Under Construction Partially Collapses Onto Building Next Door In Wicker ParkA home that was under construction partially collapsed onto the building next door in Wicker Park Tuesday evening.
One Person Rescued In Lakeview Building CollapseOne person was trapped when his legs were pinned in the collapse on the 3200 block of North Wilton Avenue.
One Injured In Partial Building Collapse In West Garfield ParkThe front wall, and parts of the top two floors of a three-story building collapsed Thursday morning at the corner of 5th Avenue and Pulaski Road.
Water Treatment Plant Explosion Caused By Blowtorch That Ignited MethaneCrews using a blowtorch in a building that had filled with methane gas set off an explosion at a Far South Side water treatment plant on Thursday, bringing the roof down, trapping two workers and injuring a total of 10, according to Fire Department officials.
Ten Workers Injured In Explosion At Far South Side Water Plant; Two Trapped Workers RescuedThree people were trapped after an explosion and collapse at a water treatment facility on the Far South Side.
Front Of Building Collapses In East PilsenThe building was empty and there were no injuries. 
Truck Repair Shop Goes Up In Flames On West SideA truck repair shop collapsed early Monday in the Austin neighborhood, after a fire set off a couple minor explosions.
West Side Factory Building Collapses In FireA factory building collapsed in a fire early Monday on the West Side.
Auto Shop Collapses In Englewood BlazeAccording to the Fire Department, the blaze started when a worker using a cutting torch got too close to a pool of spilled gasoline.
No Injuries In Back Of The Yards Building CollapseFirefighters responded to the building collapse at 4835 S. Ashland Av. came in about 3:15 a.m., according to Fire Media Affairs