Hundreds Of African American Deaths In Red Summer Ignored Century LaterHistorians estimate more than 200 African Americans were killed by whites.
It's National Doughnut DayToday, businesses are offering free or discounted doughnuts to celebrate the tasty treat.
Illinois WWI Memorials In Line For Restoration FundsSites across the country, including six in Illinois, are being designated as Centennial Memorials and getting some financial help.
Refurbished Morton Grove Doughboy Statue To Be Rededicated SundaySince 1921, a bronze statue has stood as a silent tribute to Morton Grove residents who served in World War I.
Visitors See WWI 'Up Close And Personal' At Aurora MuseumThere are more than 80 World War I artifacts, including dog tags, photos, uniforms and a life-sized replica of a war trench.
Chicago Architect Selected To Create World War I Memorial A Chicago architect's design has been selected for a new World War I memorial in Washington, D.C.
Newberry Exhibit Displays World War One Through The Eyes Of ChicagoansA new exhibit at the Newberry Library aims to show World War One through the eyes of people from Chicago.
100 Years Ago, World War I Images In ChicagoSunday marked the 100-year anniversary of the start of the great "The Great War."
WWI Artillery Shells Found In Teens' Luggage At O'HareThe Transportation Security Administration says the bags belonged to a 16-year-old and a 17-year-old who were returning from a school field trip to Europe.