Management Hauls Off CHA Tenants' Urban Garden, Calling It A Hazard; 'I Feel Like They Stole My Things'Tenants tried to bring a little joy to the back yard of their building, but management didn’t see it that way.
Family Of Police Cmdr. Paul Bauer, Who Was Shot And Killed In 2018, Sues Online Gun Marketplace ArmslistA lawsuit Wednesday accused an online gun marketplace of complicity in the shooting that killed Chicago Police Cmdr. Paul Bauer two years ago.
Four Curie High School Freshman Students Suffer OverdoseFour students suffered an overdose at Curie High School, according to the Chicago Fire Department.
On Heels Of Deadliest Weekend Of The Year, Mayor Lori Lightfoot Confident CPD 'Will Rise To The Occasion'“This weekend’s crime numbers, where we saw so many homicides, and we saw a lot of shootings, were incredibly distressing to me," Mayor Lightfoot said.
Evergreen Park Physician Van Koinis, Who Shot Himself, Might Not Have Given Some Patients Requested VaccinesDr. Van Koinis was found dead in a Cook County Forest Preserve in Palos Township on Sept. 10, 2019.
Extra-Alarm Blaze Destroys South Loop Dry Cleaner, Holistic Healing Studio; 'It's Heart-Wrenching'Twenty-foot flames lit up a block in Chicago's South Loop.
Neighbors Gather To Grieve, Seek Answers After Murders Of 2 Men In ChinatownNeighbors gathered in Chinatown Monday night to get answers and grieve following a shooting that left two men dead.
Man Stabbed On Red Line Platform At 79th StreetA man is in custody after stabbing another man Monday afternoon on a CTA Red Line platform on the South Side.
Illinois Supreme Court Justice Robert Thomas Retiring At The End Of Februrary; Played Kicker For Chicago Bears For 10 SeasonsThomas, 67, was first elected as an Illinois Supreme Court Justice in December 2000, and served as the court’s chief justice for three years from September 2005 to September 2008.
MISSING GIRL: Bobbie Lynn Garza, 17, Last Seen On Jan. 29A 17-year-old girl has been missing from the South Side for more than two weeks, and police said she might be in need of medication.
Crowds Celebrate Year Of The Rat At Chinese American MuseumA crowd packed into the Chinese American Museum on Sunday to mark the Year of the Rat.
First 2 Coronavirus Patients In Illinois Discharged From HospitalThe first two people with confirmed cases of novel coronavirus in Illinois have been discharged from the AMITA Health St. Alexius Medical Center Hoffman Estates.
Barbara Johnson Charged With Stabbing Street Performer At Jackson Red Line StopBarbara Johnson, of Blue Island, has been charged with two counts of aggravated battery and one count of criminal damage to property. 
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Blue, Pink Line Service Briefly Disrupted Due To 'Police Activity' DowntownBlue Line CTA train service was halted from Wicker Park through downtown to the Near West Side Thursday evening, due to police activity at Clark and Lake downtown.