Gary Moss, a 65-year-old man who had been reported missing from West Pullman on the Far South Side has been located.
Police cancelled the alert about 10:15 p.m. Saturday.
Englewood food giveaway fills gap left by shuttered Whole Foods: ‘I pray that we will never be hungry’
People and cars lined up down the block to receive some of the 60,000 pounds of frozen beef, hot dogs and bacon at 63rd Street and Ashland Avenue.
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Illinois and the entire country should let Sen. Dick Durbin know that he has our full support in moving the PRESS Act forward.
Bears receiver Equanimeous St Brown received an apology text from Packers cornerback Jaire Alexander on Sunday — but didn’t know what it was for. Monday morning, he found out.
The delivery services will refund $8.5 million to struggling Chicago restaurants — and pay $1.5 million more to the city — to settle claims that the companies ignored a 15% cap on delivery fees and listed restaurants without their consent.