Police: String Of Hammond Home Invasions ConnectedThe Hammond Police Department sounded the alarm on Friday, warning residents to lock all windows, doors and stay vigilant because what happened Thursday night.
Man Likely Shot By Police On Northwest Side, But Believed To Have Died Of Self-Inflicted GunshotAn officer fired shots at a man on the Northwest Side Thursday afternoon, but police believe the man died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Security Concerns Grow After At Least 5 Attacks On Red Line In And Around Downtown AreaSecurity concerns were mounting this New Year’s Day after a series of robberies and attacks in the CTA Red Line subway in and around the downtown area.
With 53% Of Chicago Homicides Unsolved In 2019, Families Hope For Justice In 2020Justice in the New Year - it's what hundreds of Chicagoans want heading into 2020.
President Trump Impeached By U.S. House: What Chicago Area Lawmakers Said In DebateMembers of Congress on Wednesday voted to impeach President Donald Trump – charging him with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
City Departments To Public: Stop Feeding Raccoons On Chicago's LakefrontAlong the craggy boulders that separate the Lake Michigan from land south of Montrose Harbor, you’ll find raccoon rock. Take the name literally.
Lack Of Donations Has Left South Side Church's Annual Toy Drive In JeopardyLast year, Another Chance Church had 10,000 people lining up to take a toy from its annual toy drive. But this year, donations have dried up.
Alderman Objects To Proposed Settlement For Family Of Heriberto Godinez, Who Died In Police CustodyHeriberto Godinez died during an arrest for burglary in 2015, but now it’s the City of Chicago that’s on the hook for $1.2 million.
Teen Charged With Felony After Lights Are Cut Again In Brighton Park; Alderman Hopes It Sends MessageA young man stood charged with a felony Monday night, after police said he was caught cutting the lights in Brighton Park.
Neighbors Want A More Permanent Solution For Vanishing Shoreline In Rogers ParkThe shoreline on the north end of Rogers Park is vanishing before residents’ eyes.
Pothole-Plagued, Uneven Streets Leave Irving Park Neighbors Fit To Be TiedIt’s a bumpy ride in the Irving Park community, where longtime residents say they are fed up with their pothole-laden streets and the damage they are doing to their cars.