The first lady is spending the night in Chicago. She is a veteran community college teacher and on Wednesday morning, she plans to visit a satellite campus of the City Colleges of Chicago.
An estimated 35,000 runners will participate in this year’s Bank of America Marathon. The race course travels through 29 Chicago neighborhoods including Pilsen.
The city of Chicago has cited six businesses for failing to enforce the city's COVID-19 indoor mask mandate.
Lina Hernandez from Yvolina's Tamales talks about winning the Best Mole in the Pilsen neighborhood's Mole de Mayo competition.
Two men were shot Wednesday morning during an argument in the Pilsen neighborhood.
Chicago's Taste of Pilsen is underway.
Work is beginning on a new housing project in Pilsen on the West Side.
The groundbreaking was held for the Resurrection Project's new affordable space called Casa Durango.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Pedro Martinez will be the next head of Chicago Public Schools, becoming the first Latino to be Chief Executive Officer of the nation's third-largest school district.
"He was disabled. He couldn’t even really walk, much less run. He was in a church and he had just finished eating."
Isabel Hernandez is known for her garden and holiday displays by her neighbors in Pilsen. She's creating an altar and asking people to submit photos of residents who have died.
Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker led a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday morning to celebrate the Ray Castro Parking Lot Plaza at the National Museum of Mexican Art.
On Tuesday the father told FOX 32 Chicago that he still wants Firlit banned from seeing the boy
Cook County Judge James Shapiro told Rebecca Firlit in early August she would not be allowed to see her 11-year-old son because she refuses to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Cesareo Moreno, chief curator at the National Museum of Mexican Art, previews their Día de los Muertos exhibit and explains why they're focusing on victims of COVID-19 this year.
Chicago police are warning business owners on the Lower West Side about a string of burglaries reported in August.
Tanya Lozano, the founder of Pilsen-based Healthy Hood, talks about a six-week program for young students in low-income neighborhoods to learn multiple skills such as marketing and community-building.
The victims were standing on a sidewalk near Peter Cooper Dual Language Academy around 6 p.m. Saturday when they were shot.
A woman said she was walking near the 2100 block of South Ashland Avenue when she saw a car pull up and heard someone say, “Shoot her.” “I just froze,” she said. “I don’t remember anything.”
"My mom was born and raised in Chicago and is cultishly loyal to Lawrence’s fried shrimp. She now lives in Utah, where good seafood is hard to come by," wrote Hank Hansen in the essay that beat out 600 others.