Police Search For Thieves Who Hit Moose Knuckles Store In Chicago's Gold Coast NeighborhoodAuthorities are searching for suspects. 
Congressman Bobby Rush Won't Run For 16th Term; 'I Have A Higher Calling'“In some sense, it’s not a new beginning. In some sense, it’s another layer. In some sense, the spirit of the Black Panther Party still is alive and well in me. Serving the people, body and soul,” Rush said.
Boy, 12, Shot And Killed In Bedroom In EnglewoodA 12-year-old boy was shot and killed late Sunday night at a home in the Englewood neighborhood.
Teen Killed, 2 Others Injured In Humboldt Park CrashAn 18-year-old man was killed and two other teenagers were injured in a car accident late Thursday night in the Humboldt Park neighborhood.
'Can't Put Anyone In That Situation': Why Some Chicago Restaurants Are Closing On New Year's Eve Because Of COVID SurgeIllinois set a COVID-19 record Thursday, with more than 30,000 new cases across the state. The figure amounts to the highest one day total ever, and the surge in Chicago is forcing some restaurants to shut their doors again.
Illinois Shatters Daily COVID-19 Case Record With More Than 30,000 New InfectionsThe Illinois Department of Public Health reported 30,386 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, blowing past the old record of 21,131 cases by more than 40%.
Woman Shoots Man Who Was Sexually Assaulting Her In EnglewoodA woman shot a 54-year-old man who was sexually assaulting her Wednesday night in Englewood.
Mayor Lightfoot Defends Plans For New Year's Eve Fireworks Display Despite Ongoing COVID-19 Surge“Let’s keep in mind, it’s outdoors, and there was a conscious decision made not only obviously that it’s outdoors, but to spread it out so that we don’t have massive crowds gathering in one place," Lightfoot said.
Teen Charged With Carjacking Elderly Man In Heart Of ChicagoThe boy is charged with one felony count of aggravated vehicular hijacking.
Workforce Shortages Could Be At Play With New CDC Guidance; 'You're More Likely To Have COVID Than The Common Cold'"I am continuously amazed that we put the economy first, forgetting that without people we don’t have much of an economy."
Working For Chicago: Hotline With Career Coaches Available To Offer Assistance, Tips For Job SeekersCoaches will give you the most up-to-date advice on the job market right now all for free.
New Laws Coming To Illinois In 2022: Minimum Wage Hike; Streamlined FOID Cards And Concealed Carry LicensesThe minimum wage in Illinois will rise to $13 an hour on Jan. 1, as part of a state law passed in 2019 that gradually increases the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2025.
Chicago Teachers Union Accuses CPS Of Coming Up Short On COVID Testing During Winter BreakChicago Public Schools officials are urging parents to get their children tested for COVID-19 before they return from winter break next week, but the Chicago Teachers Union is accusing the district of dropping the ball.
Two Shot In Parking Lot Of Roseland Post Office, Six Vehicles Damaged By GunfirePolice said two 18-year-old men were walking through the post office parking lot in the 11000 block of South State Street shortly after 7 a.m., when someone started shooting.
U.S. Congressman Bobby Rush Tests Positive For COVIDRush said he's symptom-free and feeling fine while quarantining.