It is soaring over Chicago, ready to change both the city's skyline and the world of architecture.
In a FOX 32 special report, we take a look at a new crime fighting team in action.
An Indiana man with special needs is proving there are no obstacles in life.
There's a new way to dispose of powerful drugs in just seconds, specifically those left-over prescriptions that might be sitting in your medicine cabinet. They can start an addiction.
Chicago detectives are using Facebook to generate new leads and attract new attention to cold cases, and according to one detective, it's working.
All guns used in Chicago crimes start out as legal, but somewhere along the line, they end up in the hands of criminals.
A south suburban police department allowed our cameras to ride along with them, exclusively, as they took to the streets over the weekend, taking aggressive action to curb gun violence.
A new tactic is being used in Chicago's ongoing battle against the unwanted rat population.
The Lake County, Indiana sheriff's department is featured on the new FOX show “First Responders Live.”
An exciting night in Chicago turned deadly on the Northwest Side.
Two weeks from now, it will be 20 years since a white supremacist killed popular former Northwestern basketball coach Ricky Byrdsong, bringing nationwide attention to hate crimes in the Heartland.
A nationwide manhunt ended in Naperville thanks to quick thinking folks at a car dealership.
Growing up is hard to do.
Seventy-five years ago Thursday, 160,000 Allied troops invaded the shores of France to fight Nazi Germany. Midwestern native John Ullinskey was there. He was also at the last major battle of World War II, off the island of Okinawa.
Officer Ben Perez paid the ultimate sacrifice, dying in the line of duty as a Chicago police officer back in 2002.
We all know karate is a martial arts discipline that is also a great form of exercise. But what about using it as a treatment for a debilitating disease?
The Centers for Disease Control calls drowning one of the leading causes of accidental death in the nation. It happens in a moment of panic and not everyone survives to discuss it.
Finding the right house can be a challenge. But one southwest suburban mayor didn't have to look far to find his home sweet home.
Technology is something we often look to for convenience – from ordering takeout to finding a date, to of course, finding a job.
Police in suburban Chicago are leading the charge to find a device they can use to test drivers who might be high.