Travel Expert Thinks Boeing 737 Max Jets Could Be Grounded Until 'First Quarter Of Next Year'Boeing’s troubled 737 Max fleet might not be back in the air for several months, as the aircraft manufacturer and regulators continue the careful process of making sure the jets are safe, according to one travel expert.
Armed Robber, Victim Fatally Shoot Each Other In Park ManorAn armed robber and his victim shot and killed each other Thursday morning during a confrontation in the Park Manor neighborhood.
Boy, 14, Wounded In Accidental Shooting In RiverdaleA 14-year-old boy was shot when a bullet went through the wall of a Riverdale neighborhood apartment Thursday night.
‘Easier Than Robbing A Bank:’ City of Chicago Almost Lost More Than $1 Million In Phishing ScamThe City of Chicago’s Department of Aviation thought it was paying an approved vendor more than $1 million for services earlier this year. But your tax dollars didn’t reach them.
Bus Driver Says CPD Directed Rowdy Kids To CTAChicago police have now responded two nights in a row to large groups of unruly teenagers causing trouble, and some CTA workers say they were placed in the middle of the chaos.
Falling Concrete From Red Line Viaduct Damages Cars In Rogers ParkTwo parked cars were damaged by large chunks of concrete that fell Thursday morning from a viaduct holding up a set of Red Line tracks in the Rogers Park neighborhood.
Detroit Tigers End Five-Game Losing Streak With 9-7 Win Over Chicago White Sox ThursdayNicholas Castellanos had three hits and drove in a pair of runs as the Detroit Tigers ended a five-game losing streak with a 9-7 win over the Chicago White Sox on Thursday.
Appeals Court Lifts Restraining Order Preventing Westlake Hospital From Cutting ServicesAn Illinois Appellate Court panel has lifted a restraining order that had prohibited the owners of Westlake Hospital from reducing services.
Woman Shoots And Kills Dog That Attacked Her NephewA woman was forced to fire when a relative's dog attacked a nine-year-old boy in Roseland Wednesday night.
Sears Sues Former CEO Eddie Lampert, Accusing Him Of Siphoning $2 Billion As Company Faced BankruptcySears Holding Corp. has sued former chairman and CEO Eddie Lampert, and his hedge fund, ESL, accusing them of draining $2 billion from the company as it was headed into bankruptcy.
Real Estate Developer Charles Cui Pleads Not Guilty To Bribery Charges Linked To Ald. Edward BurkeA real estate developer from Lake Forest pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges he bribed Ald. Edward Burke (14th) in exchange for assistance getting city permits he needed.
Chicago Area's Population Drops For Fourth Year In A RowNew U.S. Census Bureau data shows the Chicago area's population has fallen for the fourth year in a row.