In Lawsuit, Skokie Lawyer Targets Ukrainian Community Over Social Media PostA Skokie lawyer is suing a group of people from the Ukrainian community who he claims damaged his reputation online. 
Health Officials Investigate Legionnaires' Disease Cases Possibly Linked To River North HotelA health scare for a River North hotel. Public health officials are trying to determine if the Embassy Suites on State Street is where two people contracted Legionnaires’ disease during a summer stay.
Alleged Cicero Cop Shooter Charged With Attempted Murder, Denied BailThe judge called Daniel Mageo a real and present threat to witnesses and the community and denied bail. 
Political Analyst David Axelrod Not Surprised By Rahm Emanuel's AnnouncementA close friend and confidante to Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says he is not surprised by Emanuel’s announcement that he will not seek a third term as mayor.
Chicago's First Private, Tuition-Free School Opens This WeekThe school is tuition-free, geared at kids whose families cannot afford a private school and who may be struggling with other issues.
Policing Questions Remain After Bridgeport Man Pulls Gun On Civilian A Chicago Heights man claims he running an errand when he was held at gunpoint by a man who initially identified himself as a police officer. 
Syrian Refugee Students Say Attending School Is A MiracleFor local Syrian refugee students heading back to school, it is a chance to escape the violence of their Syrian homes and start fresh.
Chicago Teacher Cares For Former Student's Baby So She Can Attend Job FairHundreds of thousands of people saw the kindness of a Chicago-area teacher this week in a video posted on social media.