Suspect Arrested In Greater Grand Crossing After Police Find Car Used In Previous CarjackingPolice on Sunday arrested a suspect after coming across a car in the Greater Grand Crossing community that had been used in a previous carjacking.
Surveillance Video May Show Person Responsible For Wabash Avenue Fire"We're not stopping now. We're just going to keep going."
Someone Has Been Setting Vacant Buildings On Fire In Park Manor, Police SayPolice issued a warning to Park Manor neighborhood residents Monday night after several vacant buildings were set on fire over the past couple of weeks.
SWAT Situations Ends Peacefully, Suspect In Custody After Hanging Off Ledge Of Trump Tower For Over 13 HoursA SWAT team was on the scene at Trump Tower Sunday evening after a man suspended himself from a landing at Trump Tower.
Man Shot In South Loop Drive-ByA man was shot in the shoulder in a drive-by incident in the South Loop in broad daylight Wednesday afternoon.
Central Camera Sets Plan To Reopen After Being Looted, Set On Fire During Civil UnrestNearly two months after being looted and set on fire during civil unrest in Chicago, Central Camera downtown has a plan to reopen.
Police Release Surveillance Video In Shooting That Killed Man, Wounded Woman On Chicago River DowntownNewly-released surveillance video showed people running and ducking for cover during a shooting along the Chicago River downtown last weekend.
'I Can't Believe We Survived,' Uber Driver Says After He Was Attacked By Large Group Of Teens Downtown“I can’t believe we survived” – those are the words of a terrified Uber driver who was caught in the middle of hundreds of teens getting pushed through the downtown area by Chicago Police.
24 Days After Central Camera Was Burned During Unrest Downtown, Owner Don Flesch Returns To Shop With Admiration And SupportThe iconic Central Camera store downtown was set ablaze in the midst of unrest in Chicago. On Tuesday, owner Don Flesch was back, and De Mar joined him.
Owner Vows To Rebuild After Historic Central Camera Goes Up In FlamesCentral Camera, a Chicago institution with an iconic neon sign and a photographer’s every need since 1899, went up in flames Saturday night as unrest erupted in downtown Chicago in the wake of the George Floyd death in Minneapolis.
Fire Rips Through Bronzeville Apartment BuildingA fire ripped through a multi-unit apartment building in Bronzeville Thursday night.