A Skokie man is being held on $50,000 bond for allegedly burglarizing two restaurants in the north suburb.
Federal prosecutors in Chicago have charged the owner of a Skokie medical supplies company with price gouging customers seeking to purchase N-95 masks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Service was suspended Thursday on the Yellow Line in Skokie because of a “medical emergency” on the tracks, the CTA said.
Jim Belushi talks about headlining Thursday's grand opening of the Greenhouse dispensary in Skokie and his partnership with Grassroots Cannabis.
Isen Pathio from Larsa's Mediterranean in Skokie talks about how his business has been faring since the pandemic.
A suburban Chicago school district has said students of color will get the first chance to return for in-person learning when schools reopen, citing "a pandemic" of "inequity and racism, and classism" that preceded COVID-19.
A person is in custody after a man was stabbed Wednesday evening in Skokie in the north suburbs.
A man charged with an armed carjacking Sunday at a mall parking garage in north suburban Skokie has been ordered held without bail.
Two children were arrested after a Sunday carjacking in north suburban Skokie led to a SWAT standoff in Cragin on the Northwest Side.
Captain Thomas Doran from the Skokie Fire Department elaborates on the dangers of fireworks and homemade explosives as we head into Fourth of July weekend.
A 53-year-old Hinsdale woman was found dead Thursday evening on the Edens Expressway near suburban Skokie.
CTA Yellow Line trains are running again after being suspended for more than five hours Tuesday due to a derailment in north suburban Skokie.
Randy Miles, owner of Village Inn Pizzeria in Skokie, talks about the state of his restaurant during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fenner remains hospitalized after allegedly refusing to leave the cab of a semitrailer while armed with a handgun, state police said.
An armed truck driver from Michigan barricaded herself inside a semitrailer Wednesday morning, prompting a SWAT response that shut down the Edens Expressway for more than three hours.
There's no statewide mask order, but some Illinois towns are making their own, requiring people to wear masks in public or stay home.
A CTA machinist is the first transit agency employee to die of coronavirus.
A married couple who emigrated from Ukraine more than two decades ago died of the coronavirus only hours apart over the weekend.
An officer fired a single shot, striking the man in the abdomen, police said. He was taken to the hospital for treatment.
Eight more people in Cook County have died from coronavirus.