Suspect Found With Gun After Downtown Traffic Stop, Foot Chase, Police SayA traffic stop for police ended with a foot chase right in the Loop Tuesday night.
995 Chicago Restaurants And Bars Get City Grants, But Some Miss Out And Are Struggling Even More To Hang OnMayor Lori Lightfoot last month said help was on the way for independent bars and restaurants through the Chicago Hospitality Grant Program. But what about the bars and restaurants that lost out?
Police: Man Punched And Tried To Stab Officer Who Was Writing Him Ticket For Drinking On Red Line DowntownPolice say a man punched and tried to stab an officer who was trying to write him a ticket for drinking alcohol on a CTA Red Line train downtown late Wednesday.
Police Block Off Streets Downtown, As Officers Try To Control Large Gatherings And Keep The PeaceTensions ran high Saturday night after large crowds descended on the Loop, and a large police presence worked to clear the streets.
ONLY ON 2: Out-Of-Town Victim Speaks After Fighting Off Carjackers Who Put Gun To His Chest Right In LoopA man from out of town fought off a group of would-be carjackers right in the Loop Monday night, and they even pulled a gun on him.
Despite Pandemic's Economic Downturn, Loop Businesses Still Trying To Spread Holiday CheerIt's a tradition for many Chicago families: walking through the Loop, soaking in the holiday displays, and enjoying a winter wonderland. But can it be done safely this year?
No Big Crowd For Millennium Park Christmas Tree Lighting Amid Pandemic; Holiday Cheer Is Muted Across Downtown ChicagoLast year, there was a packed crowd at Millennium Park full of Christmas excitement. This year with the coronavirus pandemic, not so much.
Toni Patisserie & Café Has Closed Its Loop Location; Loop Business Leaders Say More Restaurant Closures Are Likely To ComeToni Patisserie & Café is one of the latest downtown restaurants to go out of business, and Loop business leaders said there will be more to come if things don’t pick up.
Man Shot Under Loop 'L' Tracks At Clark And Van BurenA man was shot late Thursday afternoon under the Loop ‘L’ tracks.
Man Who Clung To Side Of Trump Tower For Hours Located After Escaping From AmbulanceA man who sent hours dangling from a landing on Trump Tower in a standoff with police earlier this week escaped from an ambulance downtown Tuesday night.
Impromptu Mexican Independence Day Parade Causes Overnight Road Closures In ChicagoAn unofficial parade to celebrate the Mexican Independence Day led to multiple street closures downtown early Sunday morning.
Fingerpointing After Protest Turns Violent: Activists Accuse Police Of Attacking ThemThere was fallout and finger-pointing Sunday, a day after another clash between Chicago Police officers and demonstrators in downtown Chicago.
Protesters, Police Clash Violently On Downtown Streets; Supt. Brown Says Agitators Assaulted OfficersA total of 24 people were arrested Saturday night as another protest led to violent clashes between demonstrators and police downtown.
Anger And Frustration In Loop After Night Of LootingOn a day when it was anything but business as usual, businesses in the Loop were hit hard by looting – and late Monday afternoon, many were still cleaning up.
'I Can't Believe We Survived,' Uber Driver Says After He Was Attacked By Large Group Of Teens Downtown“I can’t believe we survived” – those are the words of a terrified Uber driver who was caught in the middle of hundreds of teens getting pushed through the downtown area by Chicago Police.