Metra Train Nearly Hits Cars In Mokena After Crossing Gates Fail To Warn DriversA Metra train nearly hit at least three cars at a crossing in south suburban Mokena last month, after the crossing gates failed to warn drivers of the oncoming train.
'The Car Came Out Of Nowhere'; Woman Nearly Killed In Country Club Hills Hit-And-RunThe family of a young woman nearly killed in a hit-and-run in south suburban Country Club Hills is asking for help finding the hit-and-run driver who struck her.
Chicago Couple's Missing Greyhound Packages Turn Up After Two MonthsA Chicago couple’s shipping nightmare has finally ended, about two months after their boxes went missing after they tried to ship them across the U.S. via Greyhound’s ground-shipping express service.
Stan Lee, Accused Of Assault, Faced Civil Lawsuit Filed By Chicago Massage TherapistComic book icon Stan Lee, who died Monday, was the target of a civil lawsuit in Chicago, accused of a lewd assault.
Image Of Swastika Sent To Oak Park And River Forest StudentsWhat happened inside Oak Park and River Forest high school sent a chilling message through a wireless signal. Some students received an image of a swastika that was Airdropped on cellphones.
Wilmette Land Owner Wants To Build Road Through 10th Hole Of Golf CourseOwners of a golf course in north suburban Wilmette are sparring with a land owner who wants to build a taxpayer-funded road through the 10th hole of the fairway.
La Grange Man Concerned About Intersection SafetyA La Grange man is fed-up about traffic infringing on an intersection, and now he’s speaking out in the hopes village leaders will listen.
Teen Slain In Austin; 'The Only Thing You Can Do Is Offer Them Your Prayers'Police are looking for the person who shot and killed a teenager in the Austin neighborhood late Saturday night.
La Porte Man Says Angry Neighbor Ran Over His Dog On PurposeA La Porte, Indiana man who lost his beloved labrador retriever is says his neighbor intentionally ran it over
'A' Student Is The Latest Victim Of Chicago's Gun Violence"He wanted to go to a historically black college. He wanted to major in education he wanted to be the change we're looking for in this community."
Organizers Say Security Is In Place For The Big RaceOrganizers said they're in constant contact with law enforcement on all levels: local, state, county and federal.
Chicago Yacht Club Expanding Investigation Into Sailor's DeathWeeks after the boats set sail in the Race to Mackinac, and after the body of 53-year-old Jon Santarelli was recovered, the Chicago Yacht Club is expanding its investigation into how the experienced sailor died.
CPD Searches For Shooter Who Killed Elderly Rogers Park Man"There are a lot of good leads and hopefully we can have enough information to apprehend who would do this horrible deed."
The Real 'Black Klansman' Returns To Chicago, Talks About Time With KKKHis story is told in the movie "BlacKKKlansman" where in 1978 he responds to a newspaper personal ad looking for KKK members and receives a call of interest.
Chicago Residents Have Water Worries About Lead ContaminationThe city said its lines are safe, but questions remain about the lead service lines connecting homes to those city pipes.