Amid Continuing Water Pressure Woes In Dixmoor, Residents Aren't Confident The Next Fix Will Be The LastResidents of south suburban Dixmoor were frustrated again on Sunday, as they went on a second day in a row with water issues.
Runners, Organizers Prepare For Return Of Chicago Marathon; Heat Will Bring Extra Challenge“We’ve trained in the hot weather, but we’ve never run a marathon in this hot weather. So it’s going to be our first. So we’re hydrated. We think we’re prepared. We hope we’re prepared,” runner Marie Pope said.
From Bars To Sports Apparel Shops, Businesses Near Guaranteed Rate Field Hope For Boost From White Sox Being In PlayoffsThe playoff-bound White Sox arrived in Houston on Wednesday, ready to take on the Astros. But back on their home turf in the Bridgeport community, businesses are hoping the postseason hits a home run for their bottom lines.
Illinois Eviction Moratorium Officially Ends: Expert Says Not To Panic, But To Watch How Emergency Assistance Is Being AllocatedThe Illinois moratorium on evictions officially ended Sunday, after COVID-19 halted tenants from being kicked out for several months.
Simeon Football Team Plays Without Fans In Bleachers After Slayings Of Two Students This WeekParents said it’s been a traumatic week for their kids, but they hope students can move forward.
Community Activist Andrew Holmes Turns In His Brother For South Side Package TheftsAndrew Holmes said he believes wrong is wrong, even if it means holding a family member accountable.
Man's Body Pulled From Lake Michigan In Evanston, Hours After Crews Rescuing 3 Other People Find His Belongings On BeachRescue crews in Evanston late Saturday found the body of a missing man who went underwater in Lake Michigan and didn’t resurface.
Mexican Independence Day Celebrations Could Bring More Gridlock Downtown: 'The City's Got Some Work To Do To'“I think we are seeing new ways of people expressing themselves, and traffic engineering’s got to keep up."
1 Killed, 5 Wounded In West Pullman Mass Shooting; 15-Year-Old Girl, Off-Duty Firefighter Among Injured VictimsOne of the wounded victims in a mass shooting this weekend was an off-duty firefighter who was shot in the face and seriously hurt. He was celebrating a family member’s birthday when the bullets flew.
12-Year-Old Boy Shot, Killed In South Chicago; Woman Taken Into CustodyA 12-year-old boy was shot and killed in the South Chicago neighborhood.
Attorneys Say CPD Officer Tried To Tackle Woman As She Walked Her Dog At North Avenue Beach, Claim She Was Racially ProfiledThe Civilian Office of Police Accountability was investigating Sunday night, after an incident two nights earlier at the North Avenue Beach involving a woman who was walking her dog.
Malique Long, 17, Held Without Bond In Murder, Attempted Carjacking Of 70-Year-Old Yvonne RuzichA 17-year-old charged with murder in the death of Yvonne Ruzich, 70, who was killed in a carjacking attempt in Chicago's Hegewisch neighborhood, is being held without bond.
Rev. Jesse Jackson, Wife Jacqueline 'Responding Positively To Their Treatments' After Testing Positive For COVID-19 And Going To HospitalThe family of the Rev. Jesse Jackson issued an encouraging update late Sunday about the civil rights leader and his wife, Jacqueline, in their fight against COVID-19.
Man Attacked By Teens, Knocked Unconscious In River North; 'We Don't Feel Safe Downtown Anymore'It’s one of the latest in a string of similar attacks plaguing downtown Chicago in recent days.
Sad, But Inspiring: Community Joins Police Officers To Pay Tribute Outside Officer Ella French's Funeral ServiceAs people watched funeral services for fallen Chicago Police Officer Ella French inside St. Rita of Cascia Shrine Chapel on the Southwest Side Thursday, many from the community felt it necessary to show up in person and pay their respects outside the chapel.