The abandoned factory that the Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co. left behind in Bridgeport has caused a series of economic hits for Chicagoans.
Feds filing more gun cases in Chicago, but few involve gun-trafficking, and prosecutions still lag behind other big cities, Sun-Times analysis finds.
Melrose Park Mayor Ron Serpico is standing behind his deputy police chief amid new questions about the high-ranking cop’s moonlighting.
A Chicago cop was found to have punched a handcuffed woman nearly 14 years ago and given a 15-day suspension. He still hasn’t had to serve it.
Chicago taxpayers have spent more than $1.6 million as a result of a fight between a clout-heavy firefighter and a cop at a rescue scene 5 years ago.
Metra BNSF riders were given a brief jolt of adrenaline when doors in one car on a packed train between Naperville and the Loop suddenly opened.