South Shore hit-and-run: One victim was starting a new life back home, another was helping disadvantaged youth on South Side
Three people were killed and another seriously injured when a car raced through a group of people in the 7000 block of South Jeffery Boulevard early Sunday, hurling victims into the air.
R. Kelly judge dismisses nearly half of potential jurors on trial’s 1st day, including those who say they can’t be fair
No jurors were seated Monday. But after court, Kelly defense attorney Jennifer Bonjean said the jury pool had already been tainted by mentions of Kelly’s previous conviction in court.
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Citing a recent Sun-Times story, the former governor, who is exploring a run for mayor, says a watchdog investigation into the botched 2020 smokestack implosion should not be kept secret.
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Glenbard West’s Joey Pope enjoyed the Hilltoppers’ roll to the Class 4A basketball state title, but he thinks it’s time for the focus to return to the gridiron.
Happ homered twice in the Cubs’ 5-4 loss to the Nationals on Monday.
The Cubs lost the first game of a three-game series 5-4 on Monday against the Nationals.
Recent “worst case” estimates say Chicago Public Schools could lose 15,000 students next year.
Find Your Anchor partnered with CPS, Children First Fund and Born This Way Foundation — founded by singer Lady Gaga, who performs tonight at Wrigley Field — to give city teens care packages containing mental health resources.
Despite the Sox’s relatively high batting average, deficits in secondary average and isolated power are holding their offense down.
Many of the best quarterbacks in the NFL had the benefit of a great defense during their breakout season. Some had a top running game, too. Will Fields have either?
Demand for nurses is expected to grow to 3.3 million in seven years. State representatives and government officials should be encouraged to increase the number of available visas and support policies that bring more immigrant nurses into the U.S.
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Retired Chicago police officer wounded in Lawndale after exchanging gunfire with robber who also may have been hit
The 59-year-old retired officer, hit in the arm and abdomen, was taken in good condition to Mount Sinai Medical Center, according to police.
An estimated 1,000 families remain separated under the shameful policy of the previous administration. The Family Reunification Task Force must keep its foot on the gas.
Weigel Broadcasting announced Monday that it will take over production of the Illinois High School Association’s football and basketball state finals television broadcasts.
A single attack in Gresham on the South Side wounded five people early Sunday, one of them fatally.
“When do we decide that this is not the way to handle anger, when does this become a reality?” the Rev. Michael Pfleger of Saint Sabina Church said.
Updates on the top uncommitted seniors and several recruiting steals
Incoming freshman Cameron Prokop earns FOTW for a 6-pound largemouth bass caught during a high school tournament.
As an occasional treat, your favorite frozen indulgence can definitely be part of a healthy diet.
While he’s still physically able, he’d like to go to music festivals on his own or with friends, but she considers that selfish.
Prairie Ridge has six starters back on offense and five on defense. When the Wolves or Cary-Grove returns a core that solid, it spells trouble for the rest of Class 6A.