Rain Doesn't Dampen Good Times At Local FestivalsCrowds filled Lorraine Dixon Park for the 8th annual Taste of of WVON and people came out to Kelvyn Park for the annual Colombian Festival.
Special Olympics Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary In Chicago"They weren't a part of the community back then like they are today."
Ida B. Wells Street Closer To RealityWells was an African-American journalist and anti-lynching crusader from Chicago.
The Chicago Cubs Schedule Grateful Dead Night At WrigleyThe Chicago Cubs will cater to so-called "Dead Heads" (Grateful Dead fans) with a special night in August.
Red Shorts, Blue Shirt Trend Hits Chicago - Or Was It Always Here?A Chicagoan has identified what appears to be a summer uniform for men in their thirties: Nantucket red shorts (or pants) topped off with a blue shirt.
Chicago Pastors Take A Firsthand Look At The Border CrisisThe pastors met with migrant families, asylum seekers and those who are trying to help them.
Chicago Center Gets Share Of $1M Grant To Preserve National African-American SitesBrent Leggs, who directs the fund, says African-American historic places have traditionally been undervalued and underfunded.
Chicago Police Seize About One Illegal Gun Every HourChicago Police seize an average of one illegal gun every hour.
Minimum Wage In Chicago Is Now $12 An HourChicago is on track to raise the minimum wage to $13.00 an hour in 2019.
Uptown Theatre To Get A Second ActOpened in 1925, the Uptown was arguably the grandest movie palace ever built.
WATCH: Video of Woman and Chicago Police Officer Dancing Goes ViralAn outreach event struck a happy chord with a woman and a Chicago police officer in Chicago’s Austin neighborhood on Wednesday.
Big Crowds Packed Chicago Pride ParadeAn estimated one million marched in or viewed Chicago's Pride parade passing through city streets.