A Chicago landmark is making a poignant statement on current events in America.
Police are investigating after a dead body was found Friday near Metra tracks in Bowmanville on the North Side.
A 41-year-old man died of complications of drowning days after falling into DuSable Harbor in Lake Michigan.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot reacted angrily Friday to President Donald Trump’s threat to take action against protesters in Minneapolis, accusing him of trying to “inflame racist urges” while encouraging people planning to protest in her city to stick to social distancing guidelines.
All active-duty paramedics and firefighters of the Chicago Fire Department are undergoing mandatory COVID-19 testing in an effort to stem the spread of disease in the department.
Dr. Ngozi Ezike warned that with the state reopening, asymptomatic carriers can still unknowingly spread COVID-19.
A 72-year-old man was seriously hurt by gunfire Friday morning in Hermosa on the Northwest Side.
A person went undercover in April to capture a drug dealer who allegedly sold a fatal dose of fentanyl-laced heroin to their friend — only to die of an overdose themselves a month later.
We've been in lockdown for so long and this weekend is going to be the perfect time to get outdoors and enjoy some sunshine and expand your quarantine bubble with friends who have been social distancing just like you.
The police Marine Unit was passing the 400 block of South Lower Waker Drive about 8:30 a.m. when they noticed a deer “splashing around” in the river, according to police spokeswoman Karie James.
Chicago restaurants can open their doors to outdoor diners starting June 3. Terrence Lee visits one of the city's best patio's for dining al fresco - Piccolo Sogno - with more about what they are doing to keep diners safe.
Salons and barbershops are opening for business in phase three but it definitely won't be like it was the last time you went to your shop. Ross Bartolomei and his wife and partner Carissa, owners of Salon Hype in La Grange, talk about changes they’ve made at their shop.
Illinois is now in phase three of “cautiously reopening” as we fight the coronavirus pandemic that took everyone by surprise. CDPH commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady talks about Chicago's move into phase three and what this means for Illinois.
Chicago's indie music venues, closed due to the pandemic, aren't giving up their fight for their future and the hope of reopening. Joe Shanahan, owner of local venues Metro and Smart Bar, joined Good Day Chicago to talk about how they can keep the music playing.
A 19-year-old was hit in the back and right hand, police said. The other woman, also 19, was struck in the head.
A man and a teenage boy are charged with carjacking a man Wednesday in Noble Square before hitting a bicyclist with the stolen SUV in West Town.
Two people were killed and nine others were injured in shootings Thursday across Chicago.
Charlotte Thornton was last seen May 26 in the 4500 block of North Sheridan Road, according to a missing person alert from Chicago police.
A man died after he was pushed in front of an oncoming train during a fight Friday at a CTA Red Line station in Chatham on the South Side.
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.