Protest Planned To Save Westlake HospitalLawmakers and community leaders are planning a protest Monday hoping to stop the planned closure of Westlake Hospital in Melrose Park.
Chicago Forecast: Snow Expected Into Sunday NightA light snow is expected to continue into the night Sunday for Chicago areas.
Proposal In Indiana Would Let Pharmacists Refuse To Give Abortion DrugsA bill advancing in the Indiana Legislature would let pharmacists refuse to dispense abortion-inducing drugs to women if they have ethical, moral or religious objections.
Hearing Set For Mother Committed After Death Of Daughter, 4A suburban Chicago judge has scheduled a discharge hearing for a woman sentenced to lifetime involuntary commitment after the 2010 death of her 4-year-old daughter.
Illinois Public Housing Agencies Receive $2.7M In HUD GrantsPublic housing authorities across Illinois are receiving a combined $2.7 million in federal grants to help residents find jobs and become more financially independent.
White Sox Expect Big Things From Eloy JimenezThe 22-year-old tore up Triple-A last season, a .355 average, with 22 home runs and 75 RBIs.
17-Year-Old Killed During Officer-Involved Shooting On West SideMichael Elam, 17, was fatally shot by police Saturday in North Lawndale, according to the Civilian Office of Police Accountability.
Lyft Driver Wanted In Rogers Park Hit-And-RunPolice are seeking the public's help in locating a Lyft driver after a pedestrian was struck in Rogers Park.
1 Person Shot By Police In North LawndaleAt least one person was shot by police in North Lawndale, according to Chicago police.
Pregnant Woman Punched On CTA TrainA 25-year-old woman was on a Red Line train Wednesday when, police say, a man hit her in the face and body.
Jussie Smollett Case: Brothers Questioned By Police Were Paid $3,500 To Stage Attack, Which Was Rehearsed Days Before, Sources SayJussie Smollett paid two brothers to stage an attack against him, directed them to buy items used in the alleged assault and actually rehearsed it with them, sources say.
Aurora Man Who Honors Shooting Victims Around The Country Copes With Shooting In His CommunityGreg Zanis estimates he's delivered more than 20,000 crosses to remember shooting victims around the country but had a different experience building them for victims in his hometown.