Taking An Uber Or Lyft? Prepare To Pay More Surcharges In The City"I used to take 10 Ubers a month or so," Minkoff said. "It's $20.00 a month. That's $240 a year. It really starts to add up."
Curtain Falls For Last Time On Chicago Production Of 'Hamilton'One final curtain call on Sunday ended a remarkable run for “Hamilton” in Chicago.
Chicago's Trolley And Red Double-Decker Buses Rolling To A StopWhen asked why the company was shutting down, a spokesperson would only say it was a "business decision." No further explanation offered. One hundred fifty people will be out of work.
NCAA Division III Champion North Central College Cardinals Get Heroes' Welcome HomeOverjoyed North Central College football players were honored with a welcome home celebration Saturday, after winning their first NCAA Division III football championship.
Having Been Through Heartache Herself, Englewood Pastor Devotes Herself To Helping HomelessOn some cold wintry nights, homeless men and women will have a warm place to go in Englewood – a small church whose pastor has had her share of heartache.
Kankakee Catholic School Girls' Basketball Team Appalled By Racist And Body-Shaming Taunts At Elgin GameRacist taunts were hurled at a girls’ basketball game recently – and several players were targeted, including one standing right at the free-throw line.
High-Ranking Chicago Aviation Official Caught Parking Car With City Plates Illegally, Over And Over AgainThe first deputy commissioner for the Chicago Department of Aviation has been caught breaking the law over and over without getting caught.
Musical Arts Institute Exposes South Side Kids To All Kinds Of Music; 'I Love Hip Hop; But There‘s More'Right off the Dan Ryan Expressway, near 92nd Street, you'll hear some sweet sounds: perhaps an aria or a violin concerto or a jazz riff.
Eddie Johnson's Time As Police Superintendent Started With Ambition, Ended With ControversiesNow-fired police Supt. Eddie Johnson's rise was called inspirational, but his fall has been dramatic.
Woman Nominates 911 Dispatcher As Red Cross Hero, After Dispatcher Helped Her Save Her Sister's LifeCBS Chicago is proud to be a sponsor of the Red Cross Heroes Breakfast – an event honoring those who go above to help those in need. This year, a woman from South Shore is nominating Lauren Trylovich, the 911 dispatcher who answered her call after her sister became unresponsive.
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.