CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Man Steals Packages From Lobby After Delivering FoodOrland Park police are searching for a person who snatched packages from the lobby of a building where he was delivering food. 
GoFundMe Page Created For Jason Van Dyke's Wife And DaughtersA GoFundMe page has been created for the family of Jason Van Dyke, who was transferred Tuesday to a county jail three hours west of Chicago pending sentencing. 
Chicago To Steal Dubai's Title As Home Of World's Largest Digital Art ShowChicago will gain exposure this weekend with the new designation as the home to the world’s largest permanent digital art installation.
Overnight Gunfire Reported In North Suburban LincolnwoodShots were fired in north suburban Lincolnwood overnight after a resident confronted at least two people he believed were breaking into a vehicle parked outside his home.
Lower Wacker Getting GPS ServiceDrivers who travel Lower Wacker will finally get a little extra guidance thanks to a beacon system being installed this week.
Go Bananas' Violent History Stretches YearsRecords show police were called to Go Bananas, a kids’ indoor amusement Park in Norridge, more than 30 times during a 12 month period in 2015 and 2016.
Bruno The 25-Pound 'Extra' Cat Gets A Home And An Instagram AccountBruno the 25-pound Chicago-area shelter cat gained internet fame last week for his high maintenance habits, and has found his "furr-ever" home.
What American Comedian Andy Gross Did To Disgust Purdue StudentsSaturday night was supposed to be a fun kickoff to the new school year at Purdue University, but a comedian’s performance during the Boiler Rush event left many students feeling disrespected.
Posing Chubby Cat Needs A HomeA giant “high maintenance” potato-shaped cat who resides in a shelter in suburban Morton Grove has taken the internet by storm.
'K9s For Cops' On Michigan Avenue Through Sept.The Chicago Police Foundation's 'K9s for Cops' art installment is back for the second year on Michigan Avenue.
'K9s For Cops' Art Installment Takes Over Michigan Ave.A stroll down Michigan Avenue this week looks a little different thanks to an art campaign honoring police canines.