Wedding Expo Catering To LGBT Community Held DowntownA wedding expo for the LGBT community was held in downtown Chicago today.
Protesters Rally At Police Stations To Demand Independent Oversight Over CPDProtesters against police violence staged demonstrations at all 22 police district stations in Chicago.
Chicago Area Restaurants Nominated For James Beard Awards
Dress Shop Making Sure Every Girl At Prom Has A Different GownWith prom dress shopping season well underway, a local store is doing its part to make sure no two girls show up to the big dance in the same dress.
Retired Suburban Schools Chief Draws More Than $300,000 A YearLawrence Wyllie, who ran the Lincoln-Way High School District, has the largest pension in the Illinois Teachers Retirement System.
Old Naperville Ladder Truck Now Fighting Fires In MexicoAfter going through the lengthy process of transporting the 25-year-old ladder truck and getting it through customs, it has finally been put to use in its new home city.
Exhibit Shines Light On Plight Of Migratory BirdsAn exhibit aimed at bringing public awareness to the number of migrating birds that fall prey to skyscrapers and other buildings has opened at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum.
School Buses Catch Fire In Lake VillaThree of the buses were completely engulfed in flames and destroyed, and two others were damaged.
Activist Tio Hardiman Says African American Community Needs To Come Together To Stop Violence An anti-violence activist says more people need to come together in the African American community to prevent violence.
Man Charged With Promoting Prostitution After Sting By Cook County Sheriff's Office A West Side man has been arrested for promoting prostitution after an undercover sting by the Cook County Sheriff's office, reports WBBM's Mariam Sobh.
Public Housing Advocates Urge Aldermen To Vote On CHA OverhaulMore than 100 activists gathered outside City Hall on Wednesday, ahead of a City Council Housing Committee hearing, calling on aldermen to pass a long-stalled proposal to overhaul the Chicago Housing Authority.
Judge Delays Ruling On City Request To Begin Work On Lucas Museum A federal judge has declined city officials’ request to lift an injunction preventing the start of construction on the Lucas Museum, at least for now.
Teen Helps Catch Burglars Who Broke Into Aunt's House In CanaryvilleA South Side teen chased down two burglars last week after they broke into his aunt’s home, and he did it in flip flops.
City, Airlines Announce Details For $1.3 Billion O'Hare Infrastructre PlanA new $1.3 billion deal for a new runway was announced at O'Hare Airport Sunday afternoon, reports WBBM's Mariam Sobh.
Women In Chicago Comedy Scene Holding Blackout To Draw Attention To Sexual HarassmentFor the last week, women have become more vocal about the things they say they've faced as they navigated the Chicago comedy scene.