Mourners lined up Wednesday to say goodbye to fallen Chicago Police Officer Ella French.
Police are warning residents of a string of recent burglaries reported in Ashburn on the Southwest Side.
A 34-year-old man was impaled in a factory incident Monday in Ashburn on the Southwest Side.
A woman was killed and a man critically wounded in a shooting Friday afternoon in Ashburn Park on the Southwest Side. A child riding in their car was not harmed but hospitalized as a precautionary measure.
Police are searching a minivan driver who struck and killed a pedestrian early Wednesday in Ashburn and kept on driving.
A 64-year-old woman reported missing from Ashburn on the South Side has been found safe.
A 25-year-old man was attempting to pump gas at a gas station in Ashburn when people inside an SUV began shouting gang slogans and fired shots.
A woman was taken to a hospital after she allegedly stabbed her husband and then barricaded herself inside an Ashburn home for nearly 12 hours.
Two ATMs were stolen early Thursday in Chicago Lawn and Ashburn.
A 28-year-old woman reported missing from Ashburn on the Southwest Side has been found safe.
Frustration is mounting over the hit-and-run death of a 13-year-old bicyclist.
A man accused leaving the scene of a crash after fatally striking a 13-year-old bicyclist with a van in Ashburn was ordered held Wednesday on $50,000 bail.
A man is in custody after a 13-year-old boy was fatally hit by a van Sunday in Ashburn on the South Side.
Four children were among six people who were injured in a crash Wednesday in Ashburn on the Southwest Side.
Three people died and two others were hurt Wednesday when a vehicle crashed into a fire hydrant and then a tree in Ashburn on the Southwest 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.
Police canceled the missing person alert Wednesday.
Steve Kawar, 54, who is charged with shooting and killing a teenage boy, says he shot the 16-year-old in an effort to defend his own son from gang members.
A gunman who claimed he was firing in self defense when he fatally shot a teenage boy Thursday on the Southwest Side was released without being charged.
A concealed-carry holder claims someone fired at him first, but Chicago detectives are working to verify those allegations, police said. For now, he's been arrested.