Data Show Carjackings Are Down In Chicago, But Still High Compared With A Year AgoNew numbers reveal carjackings in Chicago are down, but attacks are still unusually high compared with last year.
Mixed Reaction To 'Virtual Waiting Room' For People Looking To Sign Up For COVID Vaccine Through Cook CountyCook County released 25,000 first-dose coronavirus vaccine appointments Sunday for phases 1A to 1B+. The Cook County Department of Public Health on Sunday also debuted a new “virtual waiting room."
Loyola Ramblers' Youngest Honorary Member, Marcellus Pounds, Helping Team Dance Their Way Through NCAA TournamentMake room Sister Jean, we have a new contender for the title of the Loyola Ramblers most endearing fan, Marcellus Pounds, who's also the team's youngest honorary member.
Activists Demand Systemic Change In Protest Outside Motel Where Girl, 10, Was Sexually Assaulted: 'This Was A Mausoleum Of Horror!'Activists turned out Wednesday in front of the Grand Motel in the South Side’s Washington Heights neighborhood, in support of a little girl who was sexually assaulted there last October.
Multiple Groups Ask, Are Hate Incidents Against Asian-Americans Being Underreported?Several local groups are now asking – are hate incidents against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) being underreported?
Llama Nanobodies Are At Center Of COVID-19 Treatment Study At Argonne National LaboratoryYou would never know it by looking at them, but llamas could be bigtime COVID-19 fighters.
Two Men, Kenneth Maxey And Tyshawn Jones, Charged In String Of South Loop Burglaries; Police Probe Whether They're Connected To More IncidentsTwo men have been charged in a string of burglaries in the South Loop, amid an investigation into whether the break-ins were connected to a series of ATM thefts, burglaries, or carjackings across the city over the last several weeks.
GPS In ATM Leads To 5 Arrests In String Of Burglaries; Police Probe Whether They're Connected To More IncidentsChicago Police detectives late Thursday were looking into whether a rash of burglaries in the South Loop and elsewhere a day earlier are connected to a series of ATM thefts, burglaries, or carjackings across the city over the last several weeks.
Police Announce New Tools In Fight Against Carjackings; Supt. David Brown Says Carjackers Aren't Facing ConsequencesChicago Police announced Wednesday that they made dozen arrests in a joint operation with other law enforcement agencies to combat carjackings this past weekend, and have also launched a new website with information about that category of crime.
New Executive Order In Effect Giving More Document Access To Victims In Alleged Police Misconduct Cases In ChicagoSunday in Chicago an executive order that could be a game changer for people who say they are victims of police misconduct goes into effect. 
Senate Passes President Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill; What Does It Mean For You?The U.S. Senate on Saturday approved President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package.