The police chief of Orland Park, who once served in the Secret Service and was shot protecting President Ronald Reagan, announced his retirement after 26 years of working in the south suburbs.
One suburban city says it has met the requirements for the next phase of Illinois' coronavirus reopening plan, and the mayor wants to move forward.
Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau joins Good Day Chicago to talk about his community's response to the recent rashes of looting and property damage sweeping the Chicago area.
On Sunday night, the CTA announced that all train and bus service would be suspended until Monday morning. Metra announced late Sunday that Monday's train service was completely canceled.
Oak Lawn, Orland Park, Tinley Park and Chicago Ridge joined the city of Chicago Sunday night in placing curfews on citizens.
An Orland Park jewelry shop was among many south suburban stores hit by looters over the weekend.
There was a flurry of activity in the suburbs Thursday as everything from restaurants to malls were getting ready to reopen, albeit a little differently than what you may remember.
Some suburban mayors are critical of the current stay-at-home order and releasing their own plans to reopen sooner.
Faisal S. Radi, 35, is charged with one felony count of home invasion, Orland Park police said in a statement.
Anthony Miller, 30, was charged with felony residential burglary for the April 14 incident, Orland Park police said.
Quick COVID-19 tests are now more readily available in the Chicago area, even if you are not working on the front lines of this crisis, and testing at one urgent care chain has yielded some interesting results.
Two cats and two ferrets were rescued, but three dogs and two cats died in the fire, Hanania said.
Along with testing outside some hospitals, a northwest suburban Walmart is now becoming a designated testing site.
Elizabeth Kosteck, 54, and her husband filed the three-count suit on Feb. 14 in Cook County circuity court, naming Paul Burak and Square Celt Ale House & Grill as defendants, claiming the restaurant over-served Burak drinks before the crash.
Officials in Orland Park believe a sprinkler system helped save a group of critters from a fire that broke out at a pet store Monday in the southwest suburb.
A car traveling north on Harlem Avenue was turning left on a yellow light onto 151st Street about 9:40 p.m. when it collided with a southbound SUV, according to Orland Park police Lt. Kenneth Rosinski.
Prosecutors have dropped a DUI charge against a retired priest accused of running over two Catholic school teachers — killing one of them — last year while leaving a Christmas party in Orland Park.
Orland Park police are investigating after Ku Klux Klan flyers were delivered to several homes in the southwest suburb.
Evangelo Neofotistos, 32, and Peter Neofotistos were both charged with residential burglary, Orland Park police said. Peter, 35, was also charged with possession of a controlled substance.
Eric Kruger, 34, faces a felony charge of unlawful grooming after he allegedly sent “progressively inappropriate text messages” over several months to a minor who is not a student of the school, Orland Park police said in a statement.