Chicago Hauntings: The Horrors Of The Iroquois Theater Fire That Killed 602 People Downtown In 1903, And Stories About Ghosts Left BehindOn Dec. 30, 1903, 602 people died when the Iroquois Theater downtown erupted in flames. It remains the deadliest single building fire in U.S. history, and there are reports of apparitions at the site to this day.
Police Investigate After Man Is Stabbed, Critically Injured In The LoopPolice on Saturday were investigating a stabbing that left a man critically injured in the heart of the Loop the night before.
CBS 2 Exclusive: City Tows Illegally Parked Car With Baby Inside DowntownA car was towed with a baby inside Thursday afternoon, after police said a father left it illegally parked downtown while he ran into a store.
Search On For Vandals Who Sprayed Graffiti On Dining Tents On Randolph Street Restaurant RowPolice late Sunday were trying to find out who vandalized outdoor tents along Randolph Street’s Restaurant Row in the West Loop.
Windy Conditions Mean Trouble For Outdoor Dining In ChicagoWindy conditions on Saturday proved challenging for outdoor dining at Chicago restaurants.
Michelin-Star Blackbird Restaurant Going Out Of Business Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe popular Michelin-star restaurant Blackbird announced Monday that it is going out of business.
Son Back Home, Father Still Hospitalized After Being Shot Through Door In Oak ParkA 20-year-old man was back home, but his father remained hospitalized Monday night, after they were both wounded when someone fired shots through the door of their Oak Park home.
Randolph Street Bike Lane Issue ResolvedAccording to the city, the sign was actually installed incorrectly and was lowered Tuesday.
Randolph Street Market Garden Party In Full SwingVendors will be filling the streets with food, clothing, jewelry and crafts. For kids, there's a petting zoo and face painting.
Randolph Between Michigan And State Closed This WeekendThe closure is for removal of the old elevated CTA station at Randolph and Wabash.
Nightly Closures Next Week To Shut Down RandolphThe closures from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. between Michigan Avenue and State Street will allow crews to remove the station at Randolph and Wabash.
Randolph Street Transportation Projects CompleteA series of projects to improve safety on Randolph Street in the Loop have been completed.
Man Slashed In Fight Near City HallAbout 1:45 a.m., two homeless people got into a fight near the intersection of Clark and Randolph streets, police said.
City Begins Work On Bus Rapid Transit Lanes In The LoopCity officials were warning of increased traffic delays in the Loop beginning Monday, as work begins on the so-called “Loop Link” project to provide faster bus service from Union Station to Millennium Station.
Man Throws Life Preserver, Helps Rescue Person From Chicago RiverA man was pulled from the Chicago River early Wednesday in the West Loop, after a local resident threw a life preserver to keep him afloat until rescue crews arrived.