Kenneth Franklin said there’s an urgent need to update worker training, which he described as a “part-time system.” The CTA disagreed.
On April 12, 1945, Nick Korompilas was aboard the U.S.S. Mannert L. Abele when it was hit by two Japanese aircraft.
A group of sixth graders and some senior citizens teamed up Thursday to make sure some homeless children will have an Easter to remember.
A South Side home once owned by Al Capone that had been on and off the market since 2009 has finally sold — for more than twice the asking price.
The money will go toward a program that provides counseling, child care and even help finding housing while a family member is hospitalized.
Theaster Gates didn’t think he could cram all he wanted to say into a mural so he opted for a DJ booth and broadcast studio.
The musicians have been on strike since March 11 over proposed salary increases and pension changes.
Donald Totten, 1933 — 2019, who worked as an engineer for a few years, would go on to serve in both the Illinois House and the Senate.
National consumer advocate Ralph Nader on Thursday called for the permanent grounding of Boeing 737 Max airplanes.
Lightfoot, joining Preckwinkle and other African American leaders at Rainbow Push Coalition, pledged to work with Preckwinkle on a host of issues.
Protesters demanding State’s Attorney Kim Foxx resign were met Monday with shouts of “16 shots and a cover-up” from community activists.
Dozens of grade-schoolers carrying tiny American flags walked past the Church of Annunciata to pay respects to Officer John Rivera.
Lanita Carter tells CBS This Morning that singer R. Kelly forced her to perform a sex act on him in 2003.
“My recommendation to the president: Go to opening day baseball. Sit on the sideline. Stay out of this,” Emanuel said.