Raid On Poultry Plant Owned By Park Ridge Company To Have Long Term EffectsKoch Foods, one of the country's largest poultry producers based in the Chicago suburb of Park Ridge, said in a statement that it follows strict procedures to make sure full-time employees are eligible to work in the country.
Charges Of Insensitivity After Kids Smash Piñata Shaped As ICE Agent"We're just making a statement."
Local Undocumented Woman Hopes For The Best, Prepares For The WorstOn Monday, residents and activist canvassed areas on the city's southeast side to ensure that community members are informed about their rights.
Chicago Communities Prepare For Possible ICE RaidsChicago areas are preparing for ICE raids and increasing fears surrounding the deportation threat.
Chicago Immigrant Fears Future Raids: 'I'm At Risk To Get Deportation'"I have a work permit and I have to renew every year, but they can deny any year that they want to. Like they can say, we're not gonna renew your work permit any more. So I'm a risk for deportation."
Community Leaders Respond After Planned ICE Raids DelayedIn a tweet, President Trump said he's putting off the ICE raids for two weeks to give the Democrats and Republicans a chance to come to a compromise.
Illinois Village Approves Immigration Detention Center PlanThose against the plan are concerned that a for-profit prison will focus on increasing inmates to gain money. Opponents also raised concerns about ICE policies that separate children from their parents.
As Ice Melts Along The Kankakee River, Officials Urge CautionEmergency officials warned that melting ice can be unpredictable. With more headed down river, they are urging caution.
Tinley Park Firefighters Rescue Dog That Fell Through IceThe Tinley Park Fire Department saved a dog that fell through the ice in a retention pond Tuesday morning, village officials say. 
Pedestrians Scramble To Avoid Falling Ice From The Willis TowerIce falling from the Willis Tower Tuesday raised concerns among building workers and pedestrians.
Icy City Sidewalks Put Pedestrians In PerilCity ordinances are pretty clear. You have until 10:00 a.m. to clear an overnight storm and 10:00 p.m. to clear a dayside storm. And the path clear has to be about five feet wide.