Mayor Lightfoot Says Teachers Are To Be In School On Monday Or 'We're Going To Have To Take Action;' Students To Be Remote Until TuesdayMayor Lori Lightfoot said at a news conference Sunday that all teachers who have not received a special accommodation are expected to be back in school on Monday – and if they aren’t, “we’re going to have to take action."
Chicago Weather: Heavy Snow Blanketing City And Suburbs, Making For Treacherous Travel OvernightThe snow has been falling steadily for the past few hours, and it's quickly starting to pile up.
Evening Commuters Prepare As Snowstorm Arrives In Chicago AreaAs a snowstorm blew into the Chicago area on Monday afternoon, southwest suburban residents were preparing as the storm was set to hit there first.
Some Parents Plead For In-Person Learning As Chicago Teachers Union Votes On Authorizing Teachers To Stay RemoteAs the coronavirus pandemic rages on, so does the battle over returning to in-person learning at Chicago Public Schools.
Some Carjacking Victims Have Lost All Sense Of Security, And Some Who Are Rideshare Drivers Have Lost LivelihoodsThe rise in carjackings in Chicago has certainly left many of us uneasy.
City Investigates After Video Shows Huge Party In Violation Of COVID-19 Rules At Old Town RestaurantThe city is investigating following a widely-circulated video at an Old Town restaurant.
Two Found Shot And Killed In Parking Lot Of UPS Sorting Facility In Hodgkins; Police Investigate As Murder-SuicideHodgkins police said, around 12:50 p.m., officers responded to a call of shots fired in the employee parking lot of the UPS facility near 75th and Willow Springs Road.
Victims Of Shooting Rampage That Stretched Across City Identified As Anthony Faulkner Jr., Doorwoman Aisha Johnson, University Of Chicago Ph.D. Student Yiran FanThe first victim to die in a deadly shooting spree that went through multiple South Side neighborhoods and ended in north suburban Evanston has been identified. 
'I Don't Want You In The Store, I Don't Want You Near Me:' Elmhurst Cigar House Owner Puts Up Sign Reading, 'Biden Voters Keep Out'A business owner in west suburban Elmhurst is making things political – and he is not afraid to explain why.
People Seek Out Safe, But Festive Ways To Ring In New Year Amid PandemicJust under two hours before the start of a New Year, we found no shortage of people out celebrating Thursday night – despite the pandemic.
New Federal COVID-19 Economic Relief Package Is A Lifeline For Many In Illinois, But Will It Arrive In Time?News of a federal economic relief package means a lifeline for so many struggling in Illinois. The unemployment rate in Illinois is about 7 percent – nearly double what it was at the same time last year.