Ida B. Wells Street Closer To RealityWells was an African-American journalist and anti-lynching crusader from Chicago.
Corner Of Congress Parkway And Wells Could Change To 'Wells And Wells'The effort to name a city street after legendary African American journalist Ida B. Wells may have turned a corner. Aldermen are proposing Congress Parkway bear the name of the crusading writer.
Congress Parkway Could Be Renamed For Civil Rights LeaderA group of aldermen are proposing to change Congress Parkway's name to Ida B. Wells, a civil rights activist with ties to Chicago. 
Hillary Clinton In ChicagoShe was in town to join a campaign of a different kind: recruiting black women for public office. 
Bronzeville Residents Want To Build Monument To Ida B. WellsActivists hoping to erect a monument to civil rights pioneer and suffragette Ida B. Wells have raised more than $2,400 through a crowdfuding effort, hoping to build a statue at the former public housing site that once bore her name.
Aldermen Support Commemoration Of Women's Suffrage In IllinoisChicago aldermen are giving their early blessing to a measure to commemorate the centennial of women having the right to vote in Illinois, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Taste Of Chicago To Move To Mid-July; Gospel Fest Moving To BronzevilleThe Taste of Chicago will move to mid-July next year and will only run for five days, while the Gospel Festival will return with a new home in the Bronzeville neighborhood.
Young Murder Victim's Brother Going To Prison For 71 YearsA man who has spent his life traumatized by witnessing the murder of his 5-year-old brother was sentenced to 71 years in prison Monday, for killing his aunt's boyfriend.