- Due to a series of changes made to ballots for the upcoming June 28 primary election, the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners has announced that early voting will begin at its supersite next week....
Chicago Nonprofit Launches Anti-Hate Action Center to Track Hate Crimes Against Asians Americans in Midwest
A Chicago nonprofit is taking on the initiative to track anti-Asian hate and other violent crimes targeting the Asian community in the Midwest after receiving special funding.
Coldplay is sure to bring some sparks to Chicago this weekend.
- A former Democratic leader in the Illinois House has been sentenced to nearly five years in prison for his role in a bribery scheme. Luis Arroyo was handed a 57-month sentence by U.S. District Judge S...
First pitch between the Red Sox and White Sox on Wednesday was delayed due to storms in the Chicagoland area.
A new exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry, “The Art of the Brick,” is looking to bring splashes of color to all guests, even those who have colorblindness, one Lego brick at a time.
Even as more police officers and private security employees are added to Chicago Transit Authority platforms, trains and buses, violent attacks and robberies are still occurring with alarming regularity.
Illinois health officials are investigating nine potential cases of severe hepatitis in children under the age of 10 years old, including one case that required a liver transplant, the state’s health department said Wednesday.
Chicago police are searching for the man who set a homeless man on fire in the Near North neighborhood early Wednesday morning.
The Chicago Fire Department confirmed a gas leak in The Loop Wednesday afternoon, causing train delays on the CTA.
Trained weather spotters reported a funnel cloud over part of DuPage County on Wednesday afternoon, part of a flare-up of severe weather that sparked tornado warnings in several other communities.
After an often-contentious floor debate, the Chicago City Council has passed a new weekend curfew for the city’s residents, moving it back from 11 p.m. to 10 p.m. on weekends.
Bears GM Ryan Poles made it clear changes were coming to the Bears OL, and last year’s second-round pick is doing what he can to fit the bill.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker criticized Texas Gov. Greg Abbott after the governor, during an address surrounding a mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, pointed to Chicago crime as an example of why tougher gun laws won’t prevent violence.
The Chicago City Council has approved a $1.74 billion project spearheaded by Bally’s Corportation that will bring a casino to the city’s River West neighborhood, capping off months and years of fierce fighting and tedious negotiations.
Evanston Township High School Graduate Refuses to Give Up Indigenous Adornments on Cap, Barred From Walking Across Stage
Nimkii Curley was preparing to walk across the graduation stage at Evanston Township High School on Sunday when he was stopped and given a choice: Lose the beads, stole and eagle feather or sit out of the ceremony.
A 1,300-pound bison, familiar to the Chicago area, was captured Wednesday in a suburban forest preserve, according to officials.