Coronavirus Clear Out: Bare Store Shelves As People Stock Up "I have never seen a demand for products sanitizers, toilet paper or any product as I'm seeing it now."
A Look At The Methods For Coronavirus Testing In IllinoisThe cleanup continued at Vaughn Occupational High School on Sunday as students and staff got tested for coronavirus.
Another Chicago Convention Cancelled Over Coronavirus Concerns"The coronavirus is the fear of the unknown. No one knows where this is going to go. The fear of how long is this going to last."
2020 Women's March Steps Off In Grant ParkSnow, slush, and incoming bitter cold on Saturday were not about to stop thousands of people from attending the 2020 Women’s March in Chicago.
Snow And Ice Lead To Crashes, Spinouts On Area RoadsThe roads were not looking good early Saturday morning, with snow turning to rain and ice making driving treacherous.
DNA Testing Underway For Captured CoyoteChicago Animal Care and Control said if you do encounter a coyote, there are specific things to do: You should shout, wave or throw things at the coyote rather than run away. Do not feed it and keep an eye on small dogs.
13 Wounded As Gunmen Start 'Shooting Randomly' At Memorial Party In Englewood; 'An Incredible Act Of Cowardice'Police said the shooting happened at a house party in honor of the life of a man who was slain in April.
At-Risk Kids From Around Chicago Receive Gifts At 'Christmas In The Wards' EventChristmas came early for some Chicago kids on Saturday.
Police Officer's Ex-Girlfriend Accused Of Trying To Hire Undercover Cop To Kidnap, Murder 62-Year-Old WomanLissette Ortiz, 54, has been charged with one felony count of solicitation of murder for hire.
Thieves Target Cellphone Stores In Overnight Smash-And-GrabsPolice on Saturday were investigating smash-and-grab robberies at three cellphone stores – with two of them happening just 15 minutes apart.
Chicago Teachers Wake Up To New Contract After Vote To AcceptChicago teachers on Saturday woke up to a new contract following an 11-day strike and a vote to accept.
Chicago Teachers' Strike: Rally Planned For Union Park After 'A Lot Of Progress' In Latest TalksAs the Chicago teachers’ strike enters its 10th calendar day, teachers and their supporters plan to rally at Union Park, while some CPS student runners plan to show up to a regional meet at Lincoln Park, even though they can’t compete.
CTA Repairs Continue At A Slow Pace On The North Side"I figured it would be done by now."
Alexis Andrade, 22, Shot And Killed By Carjacker In Logan SquareA man was shot and killed while trying to protect his girlfriend, when someone tried to steal their car late Sunday night in Logan Square.
Chicago Joins Cities Around The World In Climate Change ProtestOrganizers said they want to send a message to lawmakers and businesses that something needs to be done to address the climate crisis.