A teenage boy was injured in a shooting Friday near the Cermak Red Line station in Chinatown on the Near South Side.
A fire broke out Tuesday morning at a building in Chinatown, causing substantial damage but no injuries.
A man and woman were shot at about 12:10 a.m. while they drove on I-55 near the interchange with I-94, according to Illinois State Police.
The suspect approached the 21-year-old about 8:50 p.m in the 2100 block of South Archer Avenue, shoved him to the ground and grabbed the keys to his SUV, Chicago police said.
The coronavirus impact is being felt in Chicago’s Chinatown.
The deaths of two men have rattled Chinatown. On Wednesday night, more than 300 people from the community showed up for their vigil.
Alvin Thomas, of South Shore, faces two felony counts of first-degree murder, Chicago police said.
One person was arrested after two men were shot to death during a robbery Sunday in Chinatown on the South Side.
An eighth case of the coronavirus in the U.S. was confirmed Saturday, as some in Chicago said they might avoid Chinese New Years events.
Despite nationwide fear over the novel coronavirus, as of right now the Chinatown Lunar New Year parade will still happen Sunday.
The coronavirus outbreak has Chicago families with loved ones in China worried about their relatives.
Precious Wilson was last seen Sunday in the 300 block of West 23rd Street, according to police.
A south suburban man was struck and killed by a semi truck Saturday morning in Chinatown.
Two people have been driving around Bridgeport and Chinatown offering jewelry to pedestrians and then stealing their property, according to Chicago police.