Free health checks and footwear aid population whose chief concern is staying warm in the winter, when cold, wet feet can lead to serious problems.
Chicago has gone for years without a single record being pressed here as vinyl records boom. Smashed Plastic Record Pressing aims to change that.
About 40 people gathered Friday to remember the life of Dayna Less, a pharmacy resident set to marry her high school sweetheart next summer.
Organizers have launched a kickstarter to help fund a South Side museum that will tell the history of the Chicago Union Stock Yard.
Chicago protesters marching toward Trump International Hotel & Tower on Thursday join protests nationwide in hopes of protecting the Mueller probe.
The conversation in happened in the late 2000s, according to Cohen, as the men were traveling to Trump International Hotel and Tower for a meeting.
A crash Thursday evening in north suburban Fremont Township left a man and two children seriously injured.
Among the data stolen were names, employee ID numbers, phone numbers, addresses, dates of birth, criminal arrest histories and DCFS findings.
Beyer has been “reassigned from his principal duties” immediately, Ogden parents were told Thursday in a letter.
Similar to years past, car windshields were smashed and a dozen people were arrested Wednesday.
After historic public testimony on a consent decree, the next step will be hearings next month on choosing an independent monitor.
One of the last speakers at the hearing over a proposed CPD consent decree told the judge, “I wonder if it’s even worth wasting my breath.”
In a crowded Loop courtroom Wednesday, they heaped decades of frustration over Chicago policing on one man: U.S. District Judge Robert Dow.
Officer Michael Garza said a decrease in manpower threatened the safety of Chicagoans and emboldened criminals.