The rookie dog gets jittery in crowds but the situation is being dealt with delicately by her employer.
Sure, there were cupcakes. But the real goodies came from a group known as the Midway Historians.
Two charter school students were shot — one fatally — Monday morning in the West Side Austin neighborhood.
Santa, accompanied by few burly elves and a police motorcade, made their rounds to several special homes on the South Side Sunday morning.
Judge Sophia Atcherson released the duo on personal recognizance bonds.
The travel guru was invited to Chicago by a group of state legislators to share his thoughts on weed and answer a few questions.
A private detective put the court documents on the roof of the Cadillac Escalade with Outcome Health CEO Rishi Shah inside before it drove off.
Those in line when Cook County Clerk David Orr began accepting petitions at 9 a.m. were guaranteed a shot at the top ballot spot.
The stretch of trail between North and Fullerton avenues has historically been one of the lakefront’s busiest and most congested.
The last time the Chicago Transit Authority raised fares was in 2009, when a quarter was tacked on to base fares.
This is the 11th year Secretary of State Jesse White has spearheaded an effort to stop drivers without permits from taking handicapped spots.
Judge Robert Pilmer tossed the case out, saying the statute of limitations on the sexual abuse allegations had expired.
On Monday, city attorneys will begin proceedings required under the Clean Water Act that will allow them to file suit against U.S. Steel.
U.S. Rep. Danny Davis on Sunday endorsed Democratic gubernatorial candidate Chris Kennedy.
When complete, cyclists and runners will be able to look over the side of the sloping rampway and smile at the car traffic on Grand and Illinois.