Elvis Admirers Remember His Death 42 Years Ago With VigilPresley admirers from all over the world descend on Memphis every year to honor his life and career during Elvis Week.
'Hollywood Ripper' Found Guilty Of L.A. Murders, Faces Charges In Suburban ChicagoMichael Gargiulo, who was 17 years old at the time, lived down the street but wasn't officially linked to the case until 2003 when DNA found under Pacaccio's fingernails turned out to be a match.
Chicago 'Hamilton' Star Miguel Cervantes Gets Special Honor From Young FansThe star of “Hamilton” in Chicago got a special honor from fans Sunday.
PAWS Pet Of The Week: Elisa The PinscherElisa also loves to snuggle and would make a great addition to family. She along with many other adorable dogs and cats are available for adoption at the PAWS Adoption Center in Lincoln Park.
Bud Billiken Parade Steps Off On SaturdayTo mark the milestone, TV and film star Lil Rel Howery will serve as Grand Marshal.
Udder-ly Unique: Illinois State Fair Officials Unveil Popular Butter CowLast year, hundreds of pounds of butter was sculpted into a cow by the same Iowa artist, Sarah Pratt. The base had "Land of Lincoln" written on it and included a stovepipe hat, as a nod to Abraham Lincoln.
Federal Charges Ramp Up Pressure On R. Kelly To Make DealAny negotiations would be complicated, as Kelly is charged in four jurisdictions and his lawyers would likely insist on a single deal that resolves all the cases. And prosecutors would only accept a deal that includes a lengthy prison term.
Ariana Grande Left Sobbing Over Live Duet With Barbra Streisand In ChicagoFans quickly began posting clips of the duet at the United Center on social media.
Illinois State Fair Officials To Unveil Popular Butter CowLast year, 600 pounds of butter was sculpted by an Iowa artist.
Emails: Pritzker's Office Not Aware Band Booked For 2 MonthsEmails and text messages obtained by The Associated Press show that Confederate Railroad's Aug. 27 appearance was canceled by the Agriculture Department just a day after the fair's lineup was announced June 17.
Toni Morrison, Nobel Prize Winning Author Of 'Beloved,' Has Died At 88Morrison was one of the most iconic writers of her time, excelling as a novelist, essayist, editor, and short story writer. She was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1993, the first African American to receive the distinction.
Indiana Health Agency Offers Drug Disposal Bags At FairThe agency is proving information about opioid prevention, treatment and recovery and is distributing free at-home kits for the safe disposal of unused medications.
The Fanny Pack Is Back At LollapaloozaThe first Lollapalooza Festival took place in 1991, and a lot has changed since then. But one fashion accessory from that era, the fanny pack, is back.
Chicago Theater District Dims Marquees For Harold PrinceChicago’s theater district went dark Wednesday night to honor the passing of a Broadway legend.