Remembering Father George Clements"The Archdiocese of Chicago is richer and better because George Clements was a priest here."
Salvation Army Red Kettles Now Take Apple, Google PayBecause of debit cards, many of us don't have cash in our wallets these days. But not to worry – now, making a donation to the Salvation Army on the street or at the mall is as easy as grabbing your cell phone.
Serving Life Sentence, Starved Rock Killer Chester Weger Granted ParoleOne of the state's longest-serving inmates was granted parole on Thursday.
Officer In Old Irving Park Shootout In Intensive CarePolice said he was shot in the head by the bank robber. Initially, the police spokesman said he had a graze wound, then later said the wound was much more serious: The bullet penetrated and exited his skull.
Little Friends Organization Says It Needs To Move From Naperville Mansion, But Preservationists Worry About DemolitionA Naperville mansion houses a cherished organization that serves 1,000 adults and children – many with autism.
Students Launch Dialogue After Taking Issue With Lack Of Latinx Representation At Chicago History MuseumA recent class field trip to the Chicago History Museum left some high school students upset and offended.
Impeachment Hearing Reveals New Details On Trump, Ukraine"In mid-August, it became clear to me that Giuliani's effort was to gin-up politically motivated investigations were now infecting U.S. engagement with Ukraine, leveraging President Zelenski's desire for a White House meeting."
Northwestern Student Newspaper Under Fire For Apologetic Editorial"You're not going to make everybody happy. You're not here to make friends. You're here to cover the news."
One Year After Security Guard Jemel Roberson Was Shot Dead By Midlothian Police, Family Wants To Know Why Officer Hasn't Been ChargedIt was one year ago Monday that a police officer shot and killed a security guard who was on duty at a south suburban nightclub.
Mother Furious After Driver Hits 14-Year-Old Daughter In Robbins, Gets Out And Sees Her In Street, And Drives OffA teenage basketball player is going to be sidelined for up to a year.
Family Files Lawsuit After Chicago Police Raid Wrong Home, Seeking Man Already In PrisonAnother family who said Chicago Police officers wrongly raided their home is suing the city.
A Race, An Engagement And A Life Saved"He got down on one knee and I thought he was hurt."
Mercy Home Hosts Boxing Fundraiser For Children In CrisisThe Mercy Home for Boys and Girls has been taking care of children in crisis since 1887.
Classes Canceled Wednesday With No Deal After CTU Delegates Meet; Lightfoot And CPS Accuse Union Of Stalling Over 'Political Agenda'The Chicago Teachers Union has called a meeting of its 800-member house of delegates for Wednesday evening, as negotiations continue on a deal to end the ongoing teachers' strike at Chicago Public Schools.
President Trump Blasts CPD Superintendent: 'His Values To Me Are A Disgrace'Several Chicago politicians criticized the president after the speech, including Mayor Lori Lightfoot, who said Mr. Trump, in her words, "brought his insulting, ignorant, buffoonery to Chicago."