2 Found Shot To Death At 80th And InglesideSo far, no one is in custody. Area detectives are investigating.
Democratic Congresswoman Cheri Bustos Won't Seek Reelection Next YearU.S. Rep. Cheri Bustos, a five-term Democrat from Moline, announced Friday she will not seek another term in Congress in 2022.
More Than 4 Million Illinois Residents Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19, But Vaccination Average At Lowest Point Since Early MarchA total of 4,031,269 people in Illinois have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Thursday night, accounting for 31.64% of the population.
Today Is International Jazz Day, Founded By Chicago's Herbie Hancock In 2011Chicago's own Herbie Hancock helped make this day a reality in 2011.
Math Is Easy As Pie On 'Mission Unstoppable' With Chicago Professor Doctor Eugenia Cheng"I love that baking is about taking basic ingredients and them putting them together to work some type of magic, and math is like that as well."
Chicago's Navy Pier Reopens FridayNavy Pier will also host a special 10-minute fireworks show every Saturday in May at 9 p.m. to celebrate its reopening.
Chicago To Offer A 'Vax Pass' Next Month As An Incentive For People To Get The COVID Vaccine"Don’t be a bystander. Get in the game. Get yourself vaccinated.”
COPA Completes 16-Month Investigation In Anjanette Young Raid, Reports Nearly 100 Misconduct Claims Against OfficersThe Civilian Office of Police Accountability has wrapped up its investigation of the case of Anjanette Young, the social worker who is suing the city after she was handcuffed naked in a botched police raid two years ago.
Fans To Be Allowed At Bulls, Blackhawks Games, City Loosening Indoor Restrictions As COVID Numbers ImproveMayor Lori Lightfoot is loosening the city's COVID-19 restrictions, allowing for fans to return to the United Center for Bulls and Blackhawks games, and allowing restaurants, theaters, and other businesses to serve more customers indoors.
Aurora Authorities Capture Suspects In Carjacking That Left Woman Paralyzed"I don't know when you look at a juvenile,and you place a gun in that hand, how anyone could believe this is a game."
Red Cross Honors Its 'Heroes' During Virtual CeremonyWe congratulate all the heroes. If you can, please donate to the Red Cross.
Who Is CPD Officer Evan Solano, Who Fatally Shot Anthony Alvarez?The Civilian Office of Police Accountability released video footage showing Solano shooting Alvarez as he was running away from officers, holding a gun in his right hand in the early hours of March 31.
Probe Into Fatal Police Shooting Of Anthony Alvarez Is One Of Seven CPD Shootings This Year Under Investigation By COPAThe Civilian Office of Police Accountability probe into the fatal police shooting of 22-year-old Anthony Alvarez is just one of at least seven open investigations the agency has involving police shootings this year.
Suburban Westmont High School Wins Scholastic BowlThe students defeated other students from all over the country in an online quiz tournament over the weekend.
Bronzeville Winery Opening Later This Summer, And Owners Hope It Helps Inspire Future EntrepreneursChicago is celebrating the groundbreaking of a new upscale eatery in Bronzeville, thanks in part to a $250,000 grant from the city’s Neighborhood Opportunity Fund.