Judge Overturns Conviction in 1982 Chicago Cop Murders A convicted cop killer imprisoned for three decades may get a chance for freedom after a judge overturned his conviction Thursday.
Orange Peace Party Honoring Hadiya, Victims Of Gun ViolenceIt had all the makings of a birthday party: music, food and lots of fun. Only the birthday girl wasn't here.
More Sears Store Closings On The Way"I never thought I'd see something like this happen. I mean they're such a part of America."
Carnival Chaos At Lane TechHeightened security at a popular carnival after a rash of violence there over the weekend.
Man Gets Seven Life Sentences For Killing Seven WomenAuthorities believe Vann may have preyed on victims for more than 20 years, and there are more victims than the seven he confessed to killing.
South Loop Robberies Upset Neighborhood Residents Fortunately no one was hurt in either robbery. But in both, the robbers had weapons and attacked their victims as they were approaching their cars.
Crumbling Concrete Near White Sox Stadium Could Put Fans In Harm’s WayThe concrete blocks appear to have fallen from above and it's not the first time it's happened.
50 Years Later Northwestern Students See Results Of Their Protest50 years ago Thursday at Northwestern University more than 100 black students took over the university's financial building to demand better treatment.
Holy Name Cathedral Blaming Security Company For Missing $100,000 The investigation continues into who stole money from Holy Name Cathedral. As much as $100,000 has disappeared and the people hired to protect the church are being accused of stealing it. Church parishioners say the security firm, Monterrey, is at fault.
Chicago Students Join National Walkout Against Gun ViolenceOver 1,000 students representing nearly a dozen high schools.
'I'm Ashamed': Woman Says Eyebrows Were Burned Off At SalonWells says she's been hiding from cameras ever since she walked into a salon in 2016 to get her eyebrows waxed.
Some Hoping To Rebuild Old Leg Of CTA Green Line For Obama CenterA push to rebuild an old stretch of the Green Line along 63rd Street to help tourists get to the Obama presidential library is getting pushback from the very people who first fought to tear down the tracks.