A 23-year-old man charged with beating his son to death in Bronzeville was denied bail Friday.
A Highland Park woman was allegedly so mad that a man removed his face mask in a north suburban Costco that she yelled she had COVID-19 before spitting in his face, police said.
Fifteen people were killed and 64 others wounded in shootings across Chicago over the Fourth of July weekend.
A 3-year-old boy was shot dead when someone opened fire at his father while they were driving Saturday evening in Austin.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Thursday that statues of Christopher Columbus should not be torn down in response to the death of George Floyd, because it would amount to erasing history.
The leader of the Chicago police union -- and sources -- are sharing a different side of the story with FOX 32. They claim the officers were told they could be in Congressman Rush's office.
A mom in Illinois came up with a way for her kids to hug their Nana while doing their best to keep her safe.
Unique Clay, 31, gave birth on April 30, tested positive for coronavirus, and was sent home with her baby -- only to die days later.
An Illinois man who became a fixture in the aftermath of numerous tragedies when he began crisscrossing the country and making wooden crosses more than two decades ago to honor those who were killed has died, his daughter said.
A 16-year-old Wheeling boy named Zach Leviton has died, and doctors suspect he may have had coroanvirus.
An 18-year-old man is accused of shoving Marine veteran Mamadou Balde in front of a CTA train and killing him.
On Facebook, staff at Liquorama said Christ Douvlis was the “greatest friend to all who knew him.”
Snitches are emerging as enthusiastic allies as cities, states and countries work to enforce directives meant to limit person-to-person contact amid the virus pandemic that has claimed tens of thousands of lives worldwide.
A married couple who emigrated from Ukraine more than two decades ago died of the coronavirus only hours apart over the weekend.
Officials said that the infant is the youngest person in Illinois to die after contracting the novel coronavirus.
The total number of infected people at the nursing home is 42 – 30 residents and 12 staff members.
Officials have announced that 22 people at a nursing home in suburban Chicago have tested positive for coronavirus.
Around the country, people rushed to line up child care and make arrangements to work from home.
Thousands of people waited hours in line at O'Hare Airport customs on Saturday, apparently because of new coronavirus screening procedures, prompting the governor of Illinois to tweet, "the federal government needs to get its s@#t together. NOW."
Chicago bars were packed Saturday afternoon into the evening as revelers celebrated St. Patrick's Day a few days early and ignored warnings about the coronavirus pandemic.