Boards Used To Protect Businesses During Last Summer's Unrest Now Painted And On Display At DuSable Museum Of African American HistoryWhen unrest broke out in Chicago last summer, boards went up to protect businesses as best they could. But shop owners never expected those boards would become powerful public art. 
Community Groups Try To Drive Crime Out Of Chicago's Southwest SideCommunity groups are trying to drive crime out amidst uptick in Chicago crime.
City Organizations Try To Fight Spike In Chicago Gun Violence Following 4 Recent Mass ShootingsWith three mass shooting in Chicago in less than a week, four in the past two weeks, gun violence in Chicago is spiking.
'A Nice Wake Up Call' After Fire Forces Apartment Residents Into Street On Near North Side"Yeah, it was an interesting way to start the day."
Chicago Weather: Another Sunny DayAnother sunny day is ahead. 
'Heartbreaking': Family, Friends On Englewood Mass Shooting With 4 Dead, 4 Injured"It tells us we still have much work to do in our mission to end gun violence here in Chicago."
'Open Chicago' Concerts, Pop-Up Events, Markets Coming This SummerAs part of the city's "Open Chicago" initiative, a  number of concerts, markets, and pop-up food events are coming this summer.
Armed Robbers In Stolen Cars Targeting South Side NeighborhoodsA warning for drivers as carjackers use stolen vehicles to commit other crimes.
Chicago Weather: Sunny Day Ahead MondayIt's going to be sunny day. 
Man Shot While Standing Outside In Old Norwood Park, Crashes Into Hospital AfterwardA man is in critical condition after being shot while standing outside in Chicago's Old Norwood Park neighborhood Sunday morning. 
1 Killed, 9 Others Injured In Mass Shooting On South SideOne woman was killed and nine others were wounded after a mass shooting on Chicago's South Side early Saturday morning.