West, a South Side native declared on Twitter Sunday: “We’re doing Chicago Comedy Jam. We’re going to restore the Regal Theatre.”
The city will conduct another inspection on Dec. 4. The next hearing on the code violations is set for Dec. 6.
A half-dozen caskets were arranged in a semi-circle at Our Lady of Tepeyac church, the smallest for 3-month-old Amaya Almaraz.
State releases “extraordinary” statement on mother of 5 children who died in fire as it conducts new probe into neglect in the deaths.
As a 10th child succumbed to injuries Tuesday, the state said it was investigating allegations of child neglect.
Sunday’s fire, described by city officials as the deadliest in at least a decade, ripped a hole in the hearts of many in the neighborhood.
Tamar Manasseh, founder of Mothers/Men Against Senseless Killings, hosted a block party Sunday to pushback against police.
Videos of “bait trucks” being used in a sting by Chicago police and Norfolk Southern Railroad have gone viral.
Black and Latino children enrolled in Chicago Public Schools still lag far behind white and Asian students despite district-wide growth, report shows.
García shied away from calling for a complete abolition of the agency, saying that fellow Democrats “need to go beyond just a slogan.”
Heartland Alliance said on Tuesday it found no evidence to corroborate three claims of physical abuse against migrant children at one of its shelters.
The pesky parasites can live almost anywhere, including apartment buildings and four star hotel rooms. They also spread quickly.
U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth and three Illinois congressmen lambasted the Trump administration Friday for failing to reunify immigrant families.
“They need to treat the children better,” the boy, 11, said. The people there are paid to take care of the kids and they make them feel bad.”
Barbers across Chicago’s West and South sides have an impact on the people who come into their shops.