Saturday, October 16, 2021
Denver native Max Lewis died days after he was shot on an L train. Friends remembered him as an outgoing and welcoming presence. By Mitchell Armentrout and Cindy Hernandez Max Lewis didn’t have to make the trek downtown. The affable 20-year-old...
Three passengers reported minor injuries and two were taken to hospitals, a Metra spokesman said.  By Sophie Sherry and Madeline Kenney A man, woman and child were killed when a Rock Island Metra train slammed into their car Sunday afternoon...
By: Angie Valencia Vehicle collision leaves 7 people injured in West town. The police attend a call around 8:19 pm on April 10, at the scene of the events the police try to stop a 2012 model gray Volkswagen sedan vehicle...
By Megan Crepeau Chicago Tribune At an emotional court hearing Wednesday, a South Side man pleaded guilty to carrying a gun he had happened to find in an alley — sparking a chain of events that ended with two Chicago...
By Katherine Rosenberg-Douglas Chicago Tribune Three people were killed when their vehicles collided early Monday, after one of the drivers apparently had been traveling the wrong way on Interstate 290 at the east end of the Eisenhower Expressway downtown, according...
By The Editorial Board Chicago Tribune Get ready, Chicago homeowners, businesses and apartment dwellers. You’re next in Cook County’s property reassessment process — a property valuation system that the new Cook County assessor, Fritz Kaegi, is trying to balance out....
CHICAGO — The search was on Thursday night to try to find the person who drove a sport-utility vehicle down a sidewalk to get away from a hit-and-run crash. Jermont Terry reported, speed was a factor in the SUV...
By Christy Gutowski Chicago Tribune As the Chicago Archdiocese investigates allegations that the Rev. Michael Pfleger molested two brothers in the 1970s, a third man has come forward to say the priest made an unwanted sexual advance when the accuser...
The National Restaurant Association canceled its show, which was slated for May, and rescheduled it for May 21-24, 2022, according to the group’s website. Two trade show events that typically attract large crowds to McCormick place have been canceled due...
Drivers will be fined $35 if they're going 6-10 mph over the speed limit and $100 if they're going even quicker. By: Kelly Bauer CHICAGO — The city is ticketing people for going 6 mph over the speed limit starting Monday. Drivers...
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