Chicagoan Organizes Worldwide Coronavirus Donation Supplies Drive, Fundraiser"Makes me feel like I can do something about it. Even if it's just a little bit."
Lake County Man Charged With Burglary After Trying To Sell Stolen Tools On FacebookMichael Schuerr, 39, has been charged with two felony counts of burglary and three felony counts of theft.
Travelers From China Concerned About Coronavirus As They Come Into O'HareNew efforts have begun in the interest of containing the spread of the frightening new coronavirus strain.
Witnesses Describe Horror Of Accident That Sent Pickup Flying Into McHenry StarbucksFor the first time, we heard Monday from a teenager who rushed to help a trapped worker after a truck slammed into a Starbucks in McHenry.
Berwyn Police Step Up To Help Struggling VeteranThe life of a veteran in west suburban Berwyn was forever changed Thursday thanks to some kind strangers he now calls family.
Winter Storm Flooding Shuts Down Lakefront Roadways, Draws Adventurous People To Experience NatureStrong winds and damaging waves caused problems all along the lakefront Saturday, but also drew some adventurous souls who couldn’t resist getting up close and personal with nature.
Chicago Police To Get Help With Mental Health Crisis CallsAfter the consent decree last year, following a scathing U.S. Justice Department report in 2016 calling for sweeping changes to CPD and how officers handle mental health issues.
Hammond Residents Traumatized After Armed Home Invader Strikes 3 TimesPolice say victims are being targeted inside their own homes in a series of frightening attacks in Hammond, Indiana.
Postal Workers Worried About Safety As Mail Thefts Are On The Rise"This is our food on the table. We don't want to be attacked."
Bond Denied For Man Charged With Murder Of Juanita Hankins, Mother Of Two Who Was Found Dead On Christmas DayMurder charges were filed early Saturday against a man, in connection with the beating of a young mother who was found dead on Christmas Day.
Plans To Combat Erosion Underway Along The Indiana DunesPaul Labovitz, a superintendent with the National Park Service said the Indiana Dunes plays a role in bringing in half a billion dollars of economic activity, via tourism, each year for the state. It is the number one tourist destination in Indiana.