Long Struggling Already Amid Pandemic, Al & Joe's Deli In Franklin Park Has Its Tip Jar StolenTip jars are a difference-maker for many – especially during the pandemic. So imagine the shock and disappointment at a Franklin Park restaurant when some up and snatched their tip jar.
Chicago Ridge Residents Have Had It With Repeated Dumping At End Of One Dead-End StreetA dead-end block in southwest suburban Chicago Ridge has become a dumping ground – and neighbors are saying enough is enough.
Edward Brown Gets One Year In Prison For Test-Firing Gun, Starting Chain Of Events Leading To 2 CPD Officers' Deaths In 2018As CBS 2’s Meredith Barack reported, Edward Brown is not facing more time behind bars because of his lack of a criminal record, and because he is not legally responsible for the officers’ deaths.
Despite Loyola's Loss In Sweet 16, Ramblers Fans Confident They'll Be Back In NCAA Tournament Soon; 'We’re Still Excited'You could definitely feel the mood shift from hopefulness to heartbreak as a Ramblers rally fell short in their 65-58 loss to Oregon State, but fans are confident Sister Jean's squad will be back.
Another Light Pole Falls In The Loop -- How Does This Keep On Happening?Light poles across the city continue to pose a major risk to both pedestrians and drivers.
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.
COVID In Chicago: With COVID-19 Vaccine Hard To Find, Vaccine Hunters Step Up On Social Media To Help Secure DosesMore than 1.4 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been given here in Illinois, but less than 2 1/2 percent of the state's population has been fully vaccinated. But a movement on social media is hoping to take away some of the legwork.
Police Supt. David Brown Says There Have Been 144 Carjackings In Chicago In First 21 Days Of YearPolice Supt. David Brown said Thursday there had been 144 vehicular hijackings in Chicago in the first 21 days of January – placing the city on track to record 2,000 carjackings this year if the trend continues.
Amid COVID-19 Surge, Salvation Army Offers Thanksgiving Meals To Go For Those In NeedOrganizations like the Salvation Army were forced to rethink their plans for Thanksgiving amid this COVID-19 surge.
Chicagoland Toys For Tots Motorcycle Parade Canceled Over COVID-19 Concerns, But Demand For Toys RemainsThe coronavirus pandemic has brought a decades-long tradition to a screeching halt.
Wedding Ring Found In Halloween Candy; 'We Don't Know How Long It Had Been Sitting In Candy Given To This Kid'"We knew that people in the community were making bags ahead of time, weeks ahead of time. They had candy chutes, so we don't know exactly how long it had been sitting in that candy that was given to this kid."
Illinois Restaurants Sue To Stay Open; 'This Should Be A Legislative Decision'"We're paying more money out than we're bringing in as well."
Plane Slides Off Runway, Hits Fence At Chicago Executive Airport In WheelingA plane slid off the runway overnight at the Chicago Executive Airport in northwest suburban Wheeling.
Deadline Arriving For Online Voter Registration In IllinoisIf you're planning to register to vote online, time is running out.
COVID-19 Saliva Screening Begins At La Grange School District 105Screening for coronavirus has begun in a west suburban school district, as part of an effort to keep schools open in the event of a COVID-19 outbreak.