After Seeing Young Son Shot And Paralyzed, Utility Van For Him Destroyed, Dominique Quinn Is Shocked By New Rash Of Violence In ChicagoDominique Quinn has felt the impact of violence in Chicago up close, as her then-3-year-old son was shot in the crossfire of gang violence back in 2016.
Navy Pier To Be Fireworks-Free For The 4th Of JulyNo fireworks, but a menu of other events will keep people in motion and spending money.
Ducks Swimming On Graves; Families Frustrated Over Cemetery Flooding"Like they don't give a damn. They don't care."
13-Year-Old Amaria Jones Was Showing Mom Dance Move When She Was Killed By Stray Bullet In South AustinAmaria Jones, 13, who was in the middle of showing her mom a dance move at their West Side home when a gunman – still on the loose – ended a life loaded with promise.
Family Of Psychiatric Patient Searching For Answers Following Munster Hospital ShootingThe family of the patient prosecutors say attacked a nurse in an Indiana hospital this week is speaking out. In the end both the patient and a responding officer were shot and killed. 
Prosecutors: Retired Sheriff's Deputy Ryan Askew Fatally Struck By Colleague's Bullet In Struggle With Psychiatric Patient At Munster HospitalA retired Lake County, Indiana Sheriff’s officer was killed when a colleague opened fire during a fight with a combative psychiatric patient in Munster, Indiana.
Chicago Bars To Reopen For Outdoor Service Wednesday, Lakefront Trail On Monday, June 22Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Monday that the City of Chicago will allow bars and breweries to reopen for outdoor service this coming Wednesday, June 17, and the Lakefront Trail will follow Monday, June 22.
Indiana To Roll The Dice And Reopen Casinos After COVID-19 ClosuresTable games will see stricter capacity limits: blackjack will have a three-player limit. Roulette now has a four-player limit and craps will have a six-player limit.
COVID-19 Grace Periods For Chicago Services Ending Soon"That's unreasonable.  How am I going to get out to pay it."
City Set To Shut Down More Than A Dozen Miles Of Streets For More Outdoor Space During PandemicMayor Lori Lightfoot is at the controls of several proverbial green lights when it comes to reopening the city, including when to shut down more than a dozen miles of city streets.
With City Waiting Longer Than State To Reopen, Restaurateurs Look To Mayor Lightfoot For GuidanceChicago is keeping with the stay-at-home order until at least the beginning of June, even as other parts of the state get the green light for some degree of reopening as soon as later this week.