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.
Large Groups Of Mostly Teens Are Getting Out Of Hand Downtown, Neighbors SayIt’s getting out of hand – that’s what people who live downtown say about crowds gathering on weekends.
Air Conditioning Back On At Loop High-Rise After Sweltering Memorial Day WeekendThere was some good news Tuesday night for residents at a downtown high rise.
As Temperatures Near 90, Loop High-Residents Say Management Refuses To Turn On Air ConditioningWe almost hit 90 degrees in Chicago this Memorial Day, and hundreds of people living in one downtown high-rise said they couldn’t escape it.
Firefighters Called After Person Gets Trapped In Elevator At 55 E. Washington St.Firefighters were sent to a Loop building Thursday evening after someone got stuck in an elevator.
With Downtown Foot Traffic Down 80%, Loop Storefronts Struggle To Stay OpenChicago's once bustling Loop is akin to a ghost town amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus In Chicago: Loop Businesses See Sharp Drop In Foot Traffic Since COVID-19 RestrictionsOn Tuesday, March 17, pedestrian traffic in the Loop dropped 63% compared to one week earlier on March 10.
Chicago Loop Zumiez Target Of Smash And GrabA skate shop clothing store in Chicago's Loop appears to be the target of a smash and grab.
Several Women Punched In The Face Near Harold Washington Library; Suspect In CustodyPolice said several people, possibly nine women, reported being hit just before 9 a.m. outside the library, near Plymouth Court and Van Buren Street.
Barbara Johnson Charged With Stabbing Street Performer At Jackson Red Line StopBarbara Johnson, of Blue Island, has been charged with two counts of aggravated battery and one count of criminal damage to property.
Blue Line Resumes Service Between From Damen To Racine After Shutdown Due To Smoke Near Jackson StopThe Blue Line was shut down from Wicker Park through the Loop to the Near West Side Monday afternoon after reports of smoke near the Jackson stop.