McCarthy: Police Already Preparing For G8 SummitChicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy says he is wasting no time in preparing his police force for next year's G8 and NATO summits.
Coyote Spotted Near McCormick PlaceA coyote spotted near McCormick Place Friday morning has the city's Animal Care and Control officials monitoring the situation.
Indiana Man Charged In Boystown Beating, StabbingA 24-year-old northwest Indiana man has been charged in the attack in which a man was stabbed on the Boystown strip last weekend.
Restaurant Show May Leave Chicago Over Scheduling ConflictA spat has erupted between Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the head of the National Restaurant Association over the dates of the annual event, which will overlap with the NATO and G8 Summit.
Schakowsky, Other U.S. Reps Question Safety Of 'Brazilian Blowouts'A popular procedure for women to tame frizzy hair is getting some push back from members of Congress, including U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.)
Metra: Double Charges On Credit Cards Will Be RectifiedMetra officials say some customers were overcharged when they used their credit cards to buy train tickets last week.
State Drops Writing Exam For Illinois StudentsThe state is expected to save nearly $2.5 million, now that Gov. Pat Quinn has eliminated writing exam for Illinois students.
Some Not Thrilled By Chicago's July 4 FireworksFor 15 minutes Monday night, the city wowed the crowd with fireworks at Navy Pier.
High-End Retailer Burglarized On Michigan Ave.Chicago police confirm the Louis Vuitton store at 919 North Michigan was burglarized at 6 a.m. Saturday morning.
Maggie Daley Was Back In Hospital Last WeekThe former first lady of Chicago spent last week in the hospital.
Convict In DUI Crash That Killed 3 To Go FreeA former McHenry man, who was jailed after killing a woman and her three children in a drunk driving case, is set to be freed Friday.
Report: Public Health Programs Underfunded, Under AttackPublic health programs are underfunded, and others are under political attack according to a report from the American Public Health Association.
More Than 2 Dozen Charged In Uptown StingMore than two dozen people are facing drug-related charges stemming from a police investigation in the Uptown neighborhood.
City Trying To Fix Alarm System 4 Days After MeltdownFour days after the city’s internal alarm system went out, officials continue to work and try and fix the problem.
More Than 1 in 4 Teens Unemployed In IllinoisIllinois' unemployment rate jumped a bit in May to 8.9 percent. The state's teen unemployment rate is a whole another story.