Chicago’s second major winter storm in a week dumped nearly a foot of snow in some parts of the city by Monday morning.
Fernando Angelina from Pixca Restaurant talks about how his business has fared since the onset of COVID-19.
Residents in Illinois School Districts # 109, 112 and 113 (covering Deerfield, Highland Park, Highwood, Fort Sheridan and Riverwoods) participated in a Car Rally on Saturday, showing their support for in-person schooling in these school districts.
Police are searching for a man who allegedly tried to coax a 12-year-old girl to follow him in Highland Park in the north suburbs.
A Highland Park woman was allegedly so mad that a man removed his face mask in a north suburban Costco that she yelled she had COVID-19 before spitting in his face, police said.
It all started with a burning sensation in her lungs at the gym. But within a week, Highland Park mom of three Terri Chaseley was hospitalized, testing positive for coronavirus. She joined Good Day Chicago on Monday to talk about her recovery.
The paramedics were immediately isolated after being exposed to the patient who was at risk of COVID-19 due to recent international travel, and tested positive for the virus shortly after.
West suburban Oak Park was one of the first take the step, with the village board saying on Friday that they were declaring a local public health emergency.
A boil order was issued Thursday for commercial properties in north suburban Highland Park after a water main break.
A teacher at Highland Park High School is facing charges of possessing child pornography after authorities allegedly found pictures on his computer.
A group of suburban hockey team players, who were so moved by a state trooper's death, are rallying to promote Scott’s Law.
Carol Goodman started her business in 1979 out of her own kitchen in Highland Park. Now 40 years later, you can find her cookies in stores across the country and she runs the nationwide brand out of her Northbrook bakery with her son Jeff.
Fears about football injuries in a northern suburb forced the cancellation of a youth league. Participation in flag football has spiked in Highland Park but sign-ups for the tackle league plummeted after just 11 kids signed up.