Woman Arrested After Police Chase Of Stolen AmbulanceA woman was arrested Tuesday morning after allegedly stealing an ambulance in Chicago and leading Illinois State Police on a chase on the Tri-State Tollway.
Chicago Woman Sues Homeland Security After DACA Renewal Denied
With Rahm Weakened, Aldermen Showing More DissentChicago aldermen might not have completely shed their label as a rubber stamp, but with Mayor Rahm Emanuel significantly weakened in his second term, the City Council has grown more independent.
UIC Student Sexually Abused At Campus Residence Hall A University of Illinois at Chicago student was sexually abused by another student at a Near West Side residence hall last week.
UIC Student Sexually Assaulted At Near West Side Residence Hall A University of Illinois at Chicago student was sexually assaulted early Thursday in a residence hall on the school’s Near West Side campus.
Charges Dropped Against CBS News Journalist Arrested At Canceled Trump RallyThe joint Chicago Police-State Police statement said the decision to drop the charges against CBS network journalist Sopan Deb was made after a “methodical review” of video and interviews with the troopers and officers involved.
Four Charged After Cancelled Donald Trump Rally At UIC Police arrested four protesters outside the cancelled Trump rally Friday night and two remain in custody.
Bernie Sanders Says His Campaign Didn't Organize Protests That Cancelled Donald Trump's Chicago RallyDemocratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders dismissed accusations made by Republican Donald Trump blaming his supporters for protests that led to the cancellation of a rally at UIC Friday.
Latino Politicians Call For Large, Peaceful Protest Of Donald Trump Rally At UIC FridayLatino elected officials and activists are calling for a vocal, but peaceful, protest when Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives a planned speech in Chicago on Friday, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Petitioners Trying To Put A Stop To Donald Trump UIC RallyThe Illinois Primary is coming up and many presidential candidates will meet with voters in and around Chicago this week, but one may not feel as welcome as others.
Man Robbed Of Cash, Pants Near UIC CampusUIC police said, shortly after 10 p.m. Monday, the victim was attacked by four men near 12th and Morgan streets. The men, dressed in all black, beat the victim and stole his money and his pants.
It's Official: University Of Chicago To Get Obama LibraryPresident Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama confirmed a decision that has been clear for nearly two weeks early Tuesday, as they announced online the Obama presidential library is coming to “Sweet Home Chicago.”
Woman Dies After Falling From Outdoor Staircase At UICUIC police were investigating after a 20-year-old woman fell off the second-floor stairwell of the Behavioral Science Building, at 1007 W. Harrison St., around 4 a.m. Friday.
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Former Charter Schools CEO Earning $250K As Rauner's AdviserFor weeks, Beth Purvis' role in the administration had been somewhat of a mystery. Not until after several inquiries from The Associated Press did the Rauner administration disclose that Purvis — a key member of the governor's transition team — is now earning $250,000 a year to advise him on education policy.