Authorities have arrested a 22-year-old person of interest. The shooter appeared to have fired “a high-powered rifle” from a rooftop, police said.
Nicolas Toledo was identified by his granddaughter as one of the people killed in the mass shooting at the Fourth of July parade in the northern suburb.
From dusk to midnight, July 4 fireworks blast particulate matter over Chicago, which already has some of the worst air pollution in the U.S.
Starting in the 1980s, Executive Sweet was a traveling party that focused on Black lesbians. Two of its longtime organizers say they aren’t finished yet.
In addition to retracting our assertion that the lower speed threshold resulted in “little safety benefit,” we removed the names of two staffers from the byline at their request.
Battle of the billionaires tilts the incumbent governor’s way as Pritzker says the grudge was started by Ken Griffin — not himself.
CPS says Urban Prep operated using cash advances and predatory loans. School leaders say its financial issues have been resolved.
Too many activities became, over time, just a reason to drink. As the world emerged from COVID restrictions, I started to imagine a life beyond booze.
Griffin, who was the state’s richest man, reaped a weak return on his millions. But packaging magnate Dick Uihlein’s support for gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey paid off.
The Chicago Department of Public Health and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois are teaming up to open family vaccination clinics on the South Side throughout the summer.
The four-story building was designed to evoke seaside dining places around the Mediterranean.
Commonly found in southeastern states and Mexico, climate change is driving the armor-plated creatures northward.
A Police Board hearing this week is focusing on whether Officer Thomas Sherry joined in robberies with a crew of criminal cops.