Cmdr. Paul Bauer’s wife, Erin, on what would’ve been their 16th wedding anniversary, arrived at Friday’s visitation with their teenage daughter.
BROWN: Monday’s ruling, if upheld, would leave incumbent Joseph Berrios in a one-on-one primary battle with his other challenger, Fritz Kaegi.
Navy Pier’s climate-controlled Ferris wheel was closed Monday for the well-being of its staff as the city experiences near-zero temperatures.
The decision by Kroll Bond Rating agency to raise Chicago’s bond rating from BBB+ to A is likely to translate into savings for Chicago taxpayers.
Gabriel Solache, released Friday from prison, and Arturo DeLeon-Reyes, who was freed in December, are both in detention again.
An independent special prosecutor will work on the probe. The governor is also mulling a separate inquiry of the sexual abuse scandal.
The government begins to shut down. But not all of the government.
An eleventh-hour effort to stave off the shutdown appeared to fail, and lawmakers preemptively traded blame as the midnight deadline neared.
A powerful earthquake struck off Peru’s coast early Sunday, killing at least one person and leaving dozens injured.
A long-awaited report concludes state police handled the response correctly, but it recommends many improvements to protecting crime scene integrity.
The 20-year-old, who claimed his prize Friday, chose to get $282 million at once instead of more in annual installments.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel appointed consultant Alejandra Garza to fill one of two vacancies on the Chicago Board of Education. She replaces Arnaldo Rivera.
Paperwork the Obama Foundation is submitting to City Hall on Wednesday will be the most detailed information to date about the $300 million project.
The suits allege years of sexual abuse perpetrated by Thomas Hacker when he was affiliated with Scout Troop 1600 in southwest suburban Burbank.