Dixmoor Residents Claim Same Police Officer Shot Their Dogs Dead, No Record Of It Was KeptOfficial records show that at least four dogs were shot and killed by one police officer in south suburban Dixmoor, who claimed they were aggressive. But some residents claim the real number is much higher than four.
Dixmoor Police Officer Says He Fatally Shot An Unleashed Dog, Witnesses Tell Another StoryA Dixmoor Police Officer killed a family's dog because it was loose. The officer claimed it charged him, but witnesses tell another story.
Teen Football Player Loses Over 20 Pounds In 2 Weeks, But Still Gets Benched As League's Goals ChangeA South Side teen lost more than 20 pounds in two weeks in an effort to make weight for his football team and follow his dream. He reached his goal, but then the league’s goals changed.
Police Fire Shots At One Of Three Car Theft Suspects On Indiana Toll RoadIndiana State Police fired shots at a suspect late Wednesday afternoon after he allegedly stole a maintenance truck on the Indiana Toll Road and backed it toward officers.
What Is Village Of Dolton Doing To Target Spike In Violent Crime?A mother shot and killed in front of her children and a fatal drive-by shooting on Labor Day night are just two of the disturbing recent acts of violence in south suburban Dolton.
University Park Residents Furious As Concerns About Lead In Water Persist Through Labor Day WeekendCookouts, parties, and family dinners were pretty common this Labor Day, but they’re running differently in University Park.
Chicago Attorney John Knight To Argue Before U.S. Supreme Court For Transgender RightsThe U.S. Supreme Court is set to consider transgender rights for the first time – and a Chicago attorney will be arguing the case.
Melrose Park Police Officer Held In Off-Duty Shooting That Killed 1, Wounded 1 In Maywood
Toddler Alexandra Martinez Dies After Display Falls On Her In Store At Orland Square MallA 2-year-old girl is dead after a display fell on her inside of an Akira store in the Orland Square Mall Tuesday afternoon.
City Takes Horse Off Chicago's Streets As Some Aldermen Call For Them To Banned AltogetherIf half the City Council gets its way, horse-drawn carriages will be taken off the streets of Chicago.
Lead In Water Now A Concern At School In University Park; Illinois Attorney General Sues Water SupplierFirst homes, now schools – lead problems in University Park have now caught the attention of Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul.