A judge and 12 more employees at the Cook County chief judge’s office have tested positive for COVID-19, the judge’s office reported Tuesday.
Chicago gun violence continued to decline with the cooler weather in November, but shootings and murders are still spiking compared with last year.
Two dogs that attacked a 13-year-old girl Monday afternoon were shot, one fatally, by their owner in Englewood on the South Side.
Coronavirus cases shot up again Tuesday to 12,542, the highest in 11 days, and there were 125 deaths, Illinois public health officials reported.
Although the drivers face at least $235 in fines, fewer drivers were caught unaware than last year.
A Chicago couple used their money saved for a catered reception for their wedding to feed the needy for Thanksgiving.
A SWAT team was called Tuesday morning to a home in Lincoln Park after a person barricaded themselves inside with a weapon.
Filmmaker Bob Dolgan talks about capturing the story of the endangered piping plovers of Montrose Beach in his upcoming documentary.
Kiana Distasi from the Chicago Loop Alliance breaks down their list of holiday festivities going on this winter in the Loop.
A state trooper was struck by a vehicle Monday night on Interstate 80 in suburban Lockport, but didn’t require medical attention.
Kylie Kaufman, founder of Lotte321, talks about how her nonprofit has fared duing the pandemic.
Cook County spokeswoman Natalia Derevyanny talks about the devastating violence the county has seen this year.
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A 21-year-old man was shot Tuesday during an attempted robbery in South Shore on the South Side.
Twelve people were shot, one fatally, Monday in Chicago.
A 43-year-old man was fatally shot and a woman was critically wounded in a shooting Thursday in suburban Maywood.
A 44-year-old man has been reported missing from University of Chicago Hospital and considered to be high risk, according to Chicago police.
“I want the state’s attorney to acknowledge whether or not there were mistakes made that allowed my father’s murderer to flee the country,” the victim's son said.
Usually on the day of the parade, the organization receives hundreds of gifts for needy children. But because it's been canceled due to COVID-19, Chicagoland Toys for Tots is asking the community to step up and help out.
To his dying day, Eliseo Mendoza showed dedication to his wife and seven daughters. Although very private, many people in Little Village knew the 86-year-old from his frequent trips for groceries.