The death of a man who was beaten last year in the South Side Gresham neighborhood and died more than six months later has been ruled a homicide.
Chicago goes 6 days without a fatal shooting
An autopsy has ruled that the death of a person found after a fire last year in an East Chatham neighborhood apartment was a homicide.
For the first time since March of last year, Chicago has gone six full days without a fatal shooting.
A north suburban Park City man has been charged with illegally selling a gun to an undercover police officer.
Welcome to the brand-new morning article #afterdark, a roundup of crime (and more) happenings from around Chicago overnight.
Authorities announced Wednesday morning that a Kentucky man killed himself earlier this month after fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend.
At 11:44 p.m., the car was struck by three bullets as it traveled north on Interstate 90 near Diversey Avenue, according to Illinois State Police.
Four male robbers threw a large rock through the window of the Shell gas station at 12301 S. 80th Ave. and stole cigarettes and a donation jar.
Three men were charged with a series of recent armed robberies at businesses in north suburban Waukegan.
Police are investigating a pair of attempted residential burglaries that happened Tuesday evening in west suburban Elmhurst.
In each incident, two males walked up to a victim on the sidewalk and forcibly stole property before running off, police said.
A man was charged with driving drunk after the SUV he was driving flipped over early Sunday when it struck a utility pole in Gresham, police said.
Two men are facing felony charges after a shootout with Chicago Police officers Monday afternoon in the South Side Burnside neighborhood.
Lamont Brown, 30, tried to sexually assault a 35-year-old woman about 4:10 p.m. in the 1000 block of North Lawler, Chicago Police said.
Investigators first questioned Brendt Christensen three days after Yingying Zhang disappeared, then on June 16 enlisted the girlfriend’s help.