Shuttered For More Than Five Years, Chippewa Campground At Kankakee River State Park Could Soon See RepairsAfter years of delays, it appears work will soon get underway to fix up a long-shuttered campground in Kankakee River State Park, and state officials say the repairs could finally be completed by November.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Nominates Annette Nance-Holt As First Black Woman To Serve As City's Fire Commissioner“Commissioner Nance’s impressive career has brought meaningful change not only to our Fire Department, but to our city as a whole," Lightfoot said.
Rally In Bridgeview In Support Of Palestine As Violence Continues In The Middle EastIt comes after thousands of protesters crowded downtown Chicago last week. The same is planned for this weekend.
'I'm Excited Prom 2021!': Chicago Seniors Celebrate A Fun Rite Of Passage At Soldier Field"I’m a little nervous. I don’t know what to expect."
Hennessy, The Cat Who Leapt To Safety From Burning Englewood Apartment Building, Hasn't Returned HomeThe cat jumped from the fifth floor of a six-story apartment building at 65th Street and Lowe Avenue as a fire was burning there Thursday afternoon.
Qinxuan Pan Arrested In Slaying Of Kevin Jiang, Yale Student From ChicagoQinxuan Pan, the fugitive wanted in the murder of Kevin Jiang, a Yale University student from Chicago, has been arrested in Alabama, U.S. marshals said.
'You Saved My Life' Schaumburg Man Reunited With Good Samaritan Who Pulled Him From A Burning Car"Everybody was videoing instead of helping."
Rev. Lawrence Sullivan Reinstated As Pastor Of Christ The King Parish; Archdiocese Says Decades-Old Sex Assault Claim 'Cannot Be Substantiated'"Out of regard for Father Sullivan and all our priests, I resolve to see his good name restored," Cardinal Blase Cupich wrote in a letter to Christ the King parish.
Riot Fest Lineup Announced For September Concerts In Douglass ParkNine Inch Nails and The Smashing Pumpkins are among the headliners announced on Friday for Riot Fest in September.
COVID-19 In Illinois: Infection Rate Reaches Lowest Point Since Late March; Fewest Hospitalizations Since Early AprilIllinois is averaging 2,032 new cases per day so far this month, down 36% from the start of April.
First Known COVID Patient To Get A Double Lung Transplant Celebrates, One Year After The Life-Saving SurgeryHe said he can't wait to get back to being the "fun uncle" who loves to make silly faces and joke with his nieces and nephews.
Motorcyclist Killed In Hit-And-Run Crash On Kennedy ExpresswayA 27-year-old biker was killed late Thursday night in a hit-and-run crash while riding his motorcycle on the Kennedy Expressway.
'I Was Excited': Kids Talk About Getting Their First COVID Shot“I want to do things without having to worry about getting sick.”
Working For Chicago: Amazon Now Hiring In The Chicago AreaThe jobs include delivery and fulfillment center positions.
FBI Seeking Public's Help Finding Devontay Anderson; Feds Say Third Suspect Charged In Killing Of Jaslyn Adams Fled State To Avoid ProsecutionFederal prosecutors say one of two gunmen accused of fatally shooting 7-year-old Jaslyn Adams at a McDonald's drive-thru last month fled the state to avoid prosecution, and may be hiding out in Florida.