All CTA train and bus service will be suspended Monday night starting at 9:30 p.m. and won’t resume until 6 p.m. Tuesday morning.
A person was injured after a CTA bus crashed into a building Monday in Rogers Park on the North Side.
The CTA announced it would be suspending all buses and trains Sunday evening in the wake of widespread protests that turned violent Saturday.
On Sunday night, the CTA announced that all train and bus service would be suspended until Monday morning. Metra announced late Sunday that Monday's train service was completely canceled.
Protesters were arrested on Sunday night in Old Town.
The National Guard will be in Chicago to support the police department and to protect citizens and their First Amendment rights, the leader of the Illinois Guard said Sunday, in the wake of protests over the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lighfoot says access to downtown is restricted to only to residents and essential workers and the National Guard will have a presence in the city.
City officials announced new precautionary measures Sunday meant to keep residents safe during the turbulent protests taking place downtown.
A teenager is accused of murdering a man by shoving him in front of an oncoming Chicago train.
There were 61 additional deaths from coronavirus in Illinois reported Saturday, which adds up to 5,330 lives lost in the state since the outbreak began.
Disney will reopen its Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom theme parks on July 11 followed by Hollywood Studios and Epcot on July 15.
Green Line service was disrupted for about an hour Saturday because of a “medical emergency” in west suburban Oak Park.
Chicago police announced Friday four more cases of COVID-19, bringing the number of cases in the department to 556.
Amazon will convert 125,000 of the 175,000 temporary roles hired since March to permanent jobs if employees would like to stay at Amazon long term.
Thursday marked the start of the Chicago Police Department’s Summer Mobile Patrol Unit. One-hundred officers will be deployed every day all over the city to focus on violent hotspots in neighborhoods.
Chicago’s 2020 graduating high school seniors will be gathering virtually on June 14 for a citywide commencement.
Two men who were arrested as teenagers and spent nearly half their lives behind bars after being wrongfully convicted of murder have sued Chicago police and Cook County prosecutors for malicious prosecution, lawyers for the men announced Wednesday.
Dozens of protesters gathered outside Chicago Police Headquarters Tuesday, accusing officers of treating black and brown communities differently amid the coronavirus pandemic and to call for justice in the death of an African American man in Minneapolis police custody.
A federal judge has ordered a former Chicago police officer convicted of conspiring with a gang member in the kidnappings and robberies of drug dealers to be released from prison due to the threat of the coronavirus.
Two people were injured when a car crashed into a CTA bus Friday after someone fired gunshots in Woodlawn on the South Side.