Jazz Musicians Rally Behind Saxophonist Diane Ellis A Year After StrokeDiane Ellis has guided the talents of many young musicians. Now they're showing their gratitude.
CPD On ShotSpotter Sensors: 'We Want To Replicate That Success'Chicago Police say shootings dropped in two districts in March -- and they credit that drop, in part, to new strategies and technology.
Hegewisch Community Helps Man After Fire Takes Everything He OwnsThe community is helping a man who lost everything after a fire burned down his mobile home in Hegewisch.
Police Investigating String Of MetroPCS RobberiesDetectives are looking into whether Cedric Wright and a juvenile, are connected to several MetroPCS store robberies.
Chicago Men Patrolling Streets To Create Safer CommunitiesNew Era Chicago is doing street patrols in what the men call the diamond, the four neighborhoods they say are plagued by violence: Roseland, South Shore, Austin and Englewood.
Roosevelt Mom-And-Pop Stores Disappear As Big Companies Move In"Mom and pop" stores along Roosevelt Road in the South Loop are going away, unable to afford higher rents now that big stores are moving in.
Women Pushing To End 'Pink Tax' On Retail ItemsWomen may like pink, but they're tired of paying more for the color and for products that are marketed to women.
Child With Autism Left Wandering Streets After CPS Transit Drop-OffThe driver of the special needs van dropped her off at home with no supervision.
Chicago State Dorms Have Been Without Hot Water For 2 WeeksChicago State officials are looking into the possibility of some sort of compensation for students.
Bike Thieves Are Targeting Deerfield Metra Train RidersOver the last six weeks, three bikes have been stolen from a Metra train station in Deerfield.
Chicago Woman Tested For Zika; Left With Huge Doctor BillDebra Glitter estimates she now owes more than $6,000.