Overcoming Barriers By Disabilities Through The Nora ProjectNora's Project connects the children. The children do the rest. Focusing on their similarities, not their differences.
City Mourns Fire Department Diver Juan Bucio; 'Chicago Is Full Of Sorrow'Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who hugged and kissed Bucio’s sons during the ceremony, said Bucio not only was one of the Fire Department’s best divers, but a “stoic hero.”
This Weekend Kicks Off Festival Season In ChicagoIt's the first weekend in June and that means it's the official start of festival season in Chicago.
Cool Breezes Cancel Predicted High TemperaturesAlthough much hotter in the western suburbs, the record high temperatures never materialized on Memorial Day.
Laurel Or Yanny? It's All PerceptionA simple question posted on Instagram has everyone moving in to give a listen.
Missing Newborn Girl Might Be With Biological MotherChicago police have issued an alert about a missing infant who might be in danger.
Woman Mauled By Pitbulls Thanks Those Who Saved HerA South Side community group will honor a Good Samaritan and two police officers.
CPD Officers Save Disabled Woman From House FireFamily members came in from Wisconsin and said they are grateful that their loved ones were rescued. Even the family puppy.
Fighting The Opioid Epidemic At Drop-Off SitesThey are placed into barrels of gasoline where they disintegrate. Lake County expects to collect 13,000 pounds of prescriptions this year.
Police Involved Shooting In St. CharlesBoth the officer and the suspect were taken to a nearby hospital.
Beach Erosion Could Jeopardize Swim SeasonPark district officials in Wilmette point to their shoreline where higher-than-normal water levels could close Langdon Beach.
Appeals Court Hears Calusinksi's Bid For New Trial In Toddler's DeathMelissa Calusinski’s quest for a new trail in the death of a toddler she was watching at a daycare center in 2009 moved to the Illinois Appellate Court on Wednesday, as her attorneys sought to convince three judges her trial was unfair.