Nancy Calderon, co-founder of Humboldt Park's Meme Museum, talks about their fun, innovative approach to the lifeblood of our online experience: memes.
Chicago police on Friday released surveillance video of two men wanted for robbing restaurant patrons at gunpoint earlier this month on the West Side.
A panel of FOX 32's most ardent baseball fans discuss one of the most divisive debates in the city: White Sox or Cubs?
Michelle Kennedy previews the South Side Film Festival which will take place virtually from Sept. 25th through Oct. 4th
Police are searching for a man who has exposed himself twice to the same woman in Jefferson Park on the Northwest Side.
Ten people were shot Thursday in Chicago, eight of them in the span of just over two hours Thursday evening.
New numbers from the Labor Department show just how bleak the job market is right now, which is why Best Buy is getting swamped on the first day of its holiday season job fair.
“To touch their skin they would yip because you could see where the urine burnt their skin. Their paws were raw and bloody,” said Mary Scheffke of the Chicago French Bulldog Rescue.
A Humboldt Park man credits the pandemic for helping him brew up a successful business plan.
Some business owners in Harvey received a letter that was dated for Sept. 18 saying they needed to pay $10,000 as a security deposit towards the liquor excise tax that same day before City Hall closed, giving them just hours to come up with the money.
The CDC says it has been made aware of 1,600 flights in which people symptomatic and infected with COVID flew between January and August of this year.
An hours-long hostage situation was resolved without any serious injuries Thursday after a man refused to release his son and the boy’s mother from a motel in south suburban Dolton.
A man was shot at the 63rd Street Red Line station Thursday in Englewood on the South Side.
The number of people voting on Election Day in Illinois is likely to be reduced, with more people choosing to vote by mail due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A street preacher is charged as the driver in a fatal Back of the Yards hit-and-run from last year.
Early voting started in much of Illinois on Thursday — 40 days before the Nov. 3 election — but Cook County residents will be waiting until October to cast a ballot.
A crash on the Bishop Ford blocked all outbound lanes at the Steel Bridge for nearly an hour Thursday.
Union nurses at the University of Illinois Hospital have reached a tentative agreement on a new four-year contract, they announced Thursday.
“He has physically overpowered me before, and his unhinged behavior online keeps escalating,” she is quoted in the complaint as saying. “I am terrified.”
Police are searching for a man who allegedly robbed a woman in Edgewater earlier this month and tried to sexually assault her.