Vandals looted five Binny's Beverage Depot locations in Chicago overnight Saturday into Sunday, at the same time the city was under a new curfew.
Several police cars were damaged, including at least one set on fire, as protests continued Saturday over the death of George Floyd.
Chicago’s iconic Central Camera Company store was damaged in a fire amid wide-spread protests and property damage downtown Saturday over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody.
At least four people were shot downtown, one of them fatally, amid protests Saturday in the wake of the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot imposed a 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew on Saturday night after hundreds of people came to downtown Chicago on Saturday to protest the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot imposed a 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew on the city after protests over the death of George Floyd became violent, with attacks on police, property damage and looting.
Multiple people were arrested after large crowds of protesters clashed with Chicago police overnight in the Loop.
Demonstrators shut down streets in the Loop Friday, marching for hours and having some tense moments with police following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
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.
A woman who jumped in the Chicago River to rescue a drowning man on Thursday says she waited until it was clear that no one else was able to help him.
A 19-year-old man is charged with breaking into a bank in the Loop Monday and trying to steal from an ATM.
You can call them social-distancing offenders. The Memorial Day weekend, paired with summer-like temperatures, drew many people outdoors Sunday.
Emergency lighting was on at the Willis Tower Friday for the first time since flooding in the building’s basement knocked out power Monday, but full power is expected to return over the weekend.
It is an eerie sight at night to see Chicago’s tallest building standing above the rest in the dark.
Authorities said Wednesday they are are getting closer to restoring power to Willis Tower after flooding in the building’s basement knocked out the lights at the iconic Chicago skyscraper.
Crews are working around the clock to restore power at Willis Tower as the Chicago landmark enters the 3rd day of the outage.
Willis Tower remains without power Tuesday and Lower Wacker Drive is expected to be closed until the end of week after record-setting rain led to extensive flooding.
Willis Tower lost power early Monday after flooding from the Chicago River spilled into the building’s basement.
Metra trains were delayed and several buildings were without power Thursday after a blaze broke out at a ComEd vault in the Loop.
Chicago’s Navy Pier and the Red Cross are partnering up for a second blood drive this month.