Feds Charge 3 More Illinois Residents In U.S. Capitol Riot, Based On Social Media Videos And PhotosMathew Capsel, of Marseilles in central Illinois, was arrested after at least two acquaintances identified him from social media videos he posted during the riot.
500 Illinois National Guard Troops Headed To D.C. After Homeland Security Warning Of 'Heightened Threat Environment'The Illinois National Guard troops being deployed will arrive in D.C. by next week, and will stay through mid-March.
Chicago-Based United Airlines To Ban Guns In Checked Baggage To Washington, D.C.-Area Airports Around Time Of Inauguration, Other Airlines To Do SameChicago-based United Airlines announced Thursday that ahead of the presidential inauguration next week, guns will not be allowed in checked luggage on flights going to the Washington, D.C. area.
Northwest Side Man, Kevin Lyons, Accused Of Taking Part In Assault On U.S. CapitolA man was arrested on the Northwest Side Wednesday in connection with the assault on the U.S. Capitol last week.
About 200 Illinois National Guard Members Headed To D.C. To Assist With Security For InaugurationGov. JB Pritzker has ordered the activation of about 200 members of the Illinois National Guard who will be heading to Washington, D.C. for the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
Roselle Man Arrested In Capitol Riot Says He Has No RegretsTwo Chicago area men who were arrested during the crisis at the Capitol are facing charges, including one federally, but one says he has no regrets.
Brad Rukstales Of Inverness, Arrested At U.S. Capitol Riot, Apologizes And Expresses EmbarrassmentBradley Rukstales was deep in protest at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday afternoon – and then riots broke out.
2 Northwest Suburban Men Among Dozens Arrested After Storming U.S. CapitolTwo men from Chicago’s northwest suburbs are among the dozens of people arrested in Washington, D.C., after a mob of rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
Many Feel Storming Of U.S. Capitol Was Allowed To Happen, And It Highlights Double Standards When It Comes To RaceMany say the storming of the U.S. Capitol highlights the double standards that protesters of different races face in this country.
Chicago OEMC Monitoring Storming Of U.S. Capitol In Washington, Prepared To Take Protective Action If Need BeThe Chicago Office of Emergency Management and Communications said late Wednesday that it was monitoring the situation at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
United Airlines Flight To D.C. Sent Back To O'Hare After Hailstorm Cracks WindshieldA United Airlines flight to Washington, D.C. was returned to O’Hare International Airport Monday afternoon, after a hailstorm left the windshield cracked.
Gov. Pritzker On Federal COVID-19 Response: States Forced To Play 'Sick' Hunger Games Gameshow"In the midst of a global pandemic states were forced to play some sort of sick "Hunger Games" game show to save the lives of our people. Let me be clear, this is not a reality TV show. There are real things that are happening in the United States."
American Airlines Flight From O'Hare To D.C. Diverted To PittsburghAn American Airlines flight from O’Hare was diverted to Pittsburgh Saturday morning because of a mechanical issue.
Hundreds Of Chicagoans Drive To Washington, D.C., For Gun Control Rally At CapitolA dozen buses full of students, parents and city leaders pulled out of St. Sabina Church around 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Ex-Sen. Lugar's Burial Set For Arlington National CemeteryLugar served in the Senate from 1977 until 2013. He was a foreign policy expert who helped spur the dismantling of thousands of former Soviet nuclear weapons.