The finding of human remains halted traffic on the transit line for about three hours on Friday afternoon, officials said.
A former Colorado officer has been sentenced to 14 months in jail in the death of Elijah McClain.
Prosecutors on Friday presented closing arguments in the racketeering case of six purported gang members charged with carrying out the brazen, broad-daylight murder of drill rapper FBG Duck.
The Rev. Raymond Goedert was a confidant of cardinals who served as acting head of the Archdiocese of Chicago after Cardinal Joseph Bernardin died in 1996, and later acknowledged his failure to report sexual abuse accusations against priests.
The suit was filed Friday in Cook County Circuit Court by opponents of a tax increase on higher-priced property sales. They have fought the proposal, claiming it will dampen sales in an already-fragile market.
With 13 homicides in 2023, Harvey recorded the most killings of any Cook County suburb, according to data from the Cook County medical examiner's office, while a dozen homicides were each reported in Chicago Heights and Dolton.
New York state lawyers are increasing their request for penalties to $370 million in former President Donald Trump’s civil business fraud trial.
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The CTA has attributed the lengthy closure to a desire to ensure the line, also known as the Skokie Swift, was safe before reopening.
Police in St. Vincent and the Grenadines say U.S. actor Christian Oliver and his two daughters died in a plane crash near a tiny private island in the eastern Caribbean.
But it takes courage for a family in the Torres’ situation to trust and accept that help.
Some parents say schools have been slow to devote resources, leaving girls without their own teams or dedicated coaches and with fewer chances to compete.
Crimo did not say what prompted his change of heart, just as he did not say last month what made him decide to represent himself.
What used to be a modest welcome sign to travelers heading into Naperville from Bolingbrook has been replaced by a large limestone monument sign that incorporates the city's logo into the design.
As flu season continues in Chicago, some hospitals are reinstating mask mandates on site.
A “potent” storm with heavy, wet snow and gusty winds could hit Chicago early next week, the National Weather Service predicts.
The normal high for New Year’s Day in Chicago is 32 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
In addition to “Starsky & Hutch,” David Soul starred in the Western series “Here Comes the Brides” and movies like “Magnum Force,” “Salem’s Lot” and more. He was also a singer and released several albums in the ‘70s and ‘80s.
A 53-year-old man was pronounced dead after being found Friday morning unresponsive with head trauma in the Austin neighborhood, Chicago police said.
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When the three-stop line reopens at 4:45 a.m. Friday, trains will temporarily run at lower speeds, CTA said.
President Joe Biden is under growing pressure to curb record numbers of migrants crossing into the United States — not just from the usual Republican critics, but also from Democratic mayors and governors in cities thousands of miles from the border.
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CPD has taken legal action to ask a Cook County judge to reverse a recent Chicago Police Board ruling that cleared a controversial police officer.
The "unBlocked" project aims to transform the 6500 block of South Aberdeen Street and serve as a model for future efforts.
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The boy was struck by gunshots while inside a home, police said.
The lawsuit accuses 17 bus companies of participating in a “bad faith” relocation plan that violates state restrictions on abandoning “needy persons” in New York.