The History show dramatizes J. Allen Hynek’s 1950s and ’60s interviews with people claiming close encounters.
The Edgewater resident has been “really living my dream” since finishing as a runner-up in 2016.
Chicago Police department officers were reviewing footage from high-definition cameras at the station Friday,
Lewis University is reporting a mumps outbreak at its Romeoville campus, and several other Chicago-area universities are reporting cases as well.
“It’s been a divisive issue because it raises the question, is there a profit motive when the county sheriff is making traffic stops?” a critic asked.
Pilsen-based CH Distillery, the craft distillery known for its organic vodka and London dry gin, will begin making the strong-flavored liquor in 2019.
The “complicated” relationship between Jay-Z and Kanye West may have become a bit more contentious after Jay-Z slammed West in a song released Friday.
For a network of drugstores that got its start on the South Side more than a century ago, the store is a major shift from its other 120 stores here.
The black metal group Hellvetron has drawn notoriety for their on-stage mutilation and songs featured in anti-Semitic compilations.
The assaults happened over a two-year period starting when the girl was 12, according to prosecutors.
Zachary Konecki faces two felonies for the brazen attack that allegedly happened in broad daylight at Milwaukee and Division.
The educators, part of the Chicago Teachers Union, made the announcement in the wake of a bargaining session they called “frustrating and fruitless.”
Students on the school’s Guys & Dolls Dance Company were floored by the former first lady’s visit. “I was just in shock,” said sophomore Maiya Austen.
The mugs, unveiled Friday, will be sold at the market between Nov. 16 and Dec. 24 in Daley Plaza.
Chicago Rideshare Advocates teamed up with Chicago’s taxi drivers union to put on Wednesday’s demonstration.