Lightfoot bans unaccompanied minors from Millennium Park on weekend evenings after fatal shooting near ‘The Bean’
After a chaotic night that ended with a 16-year-old dead, two men wounded and 30 people arrested, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced minors won’t be allowed in the park after 6 p.m., Thursday through Sunday, unless they’re with a “responsible adult.”
Residents complained of oppressive heat at Rogers Park senior complex days before 3 women were found dead
Ald. Maria Hadden (49th) told the Sun-Times that she thinks a lack of air conditioning in the building likely caused the deaths.
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Marching in mother’s footsteps — Pritzker eyes family legacy as he seeks national leadership role in abortion rights battle
A California kid in the 1970s, he accompanied his mother to demonstrations, including marches for abortion rights. The governor says it inspired his fight for women’s and LGBTQ rights: “Those are all things that I think my mother would want me to do.”
Michael Kopech became the sixth pitcher in franchise history to be saddled with a loss despite allowing only one hit in at least six innings.
‘The Chinese Lady,’ a compelling TimeLine play, imagines inner life of a teen showing her culture to U.S. audiences
Mi Kang charms as the girl brought from Guangzhou in 1834 and put on display in New York.
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High levels of particulate matter 2.5 can lead to health issues like asthma, heart attacks, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and premature 5% death.
While company leaders often want workers back in the nest, hybrid schedules are leaving some space unwanted.
The youngest homicide victim was a 16-year-old boy shot Saturday near “The Bean” in the Loop.
The boy was arrested on Michigan Avenue moments after he allegedly shot a 16-year-old during a large unsanctioned gathering Saturday evening, according to Chicago police.
Demonstrators hailed long-time Al Jazeera broadcaster Shireen Abu Akleh as their “eyes and ears” in Palestine.
The Bucks, who breezed past the Bulls in the first round, were routed in Game 7.
Four people were in a car that rolled over around 3:30 a.m. in the westbound lanes near Oakley Boulevard, just east of Western Avenue, Illinois State Police said.
“Our love for each other is our strength,” the post said. “We will continue trying to expand our beautiful family.”
A white 2013 Toyota Highlander struck a cyclist about 1 p.m. May 11 at the intersection of Sunnyside and Melvina avenues, Chicago police said.
The judges’ ruling not only plunges social media platforms into uncertainty but also threatens to supercharge spam, harassment, hateful speech, bots, personal attacks and outright lies.
The public wants specifics about what programs and agendas candidates propose. Meanwhile, there are politicians who have chosen instead to simply attack, vilify and demean their opponents while doing very little to promote their plans if elected.
They seem to be hiding things about their relationship.
A 10-year-old girl called 911 and accused her father, a cop, of sexually abusing her. But the officer was charged only with battery, a misdemeanor
The two were standing on a sidewalk in the 700 block of South Albany Avenue about 2:30 a.m. when they were struck by gunfire, police said.
Quigley returned to the court after missing the Sky’s first two games with an injury to her right knee. She scored seven points in 21 minutes in the Sky’s 82-78 victory against the Lynx.
Contreras’ bat is as hot as Cubs president of baseball operations Jed Hoyer and manager David Ross have ever seen it.