Theater roof collapses: 1 killed and 28 injured as storms rock Chicago area
A band was reportedly playing on stage at the time of the collapse.
Chicago man fatally shot driver on I-55 while victim's pregnant wife was inside vehicle: police
When troopers arrived, Humberto Marin Garcia, 28, was located inside a vehicle. He was pronounced dead at the scene. His passenger, a woman who was reportedly six months pregnant, was uninjured in the shooting.
Canadian Pacific train derails in Franklin Park near Chicago
Canadian Pacific said no one was hurt, and that there were no hazardous materials or public safety issues involved.
Watch: Chicago River goes green for famed St. Patrick's Day celebration
The grand Chicago tradition dates back to 1962.
Bears trade No. 1 overall draft pick to Panthers for WR DJ Moore: reports
The Chicago Bears have traded their No. 1 overall draft pick to the Carolina Panthers, according to reports.
Illinois woman finds husband's body in closet with Christmas decorations 8 months after disappearance
Richard Maedge’s body was found on Dec. 11, 2022 – nearly eight months after he went missing. His wife told police she had gone to a concealed closet area to retrieve a tote containing Christmas decorations, when she found Richard’s body.
Dog named King abandoned at Burger King with note reading 'I'm a good boy'
It turns out the owner was suffering from medical problems, and moved in with family. It was one of those relatives who dumped King.
Man charged in shooting death of Officer Andres Vasquez Lasso ordered held without bond
The man accused of killing Chicago police officer Andres Vasquez-Lasso was ordered held without bond Friday afternoon after prosecutors disclosed new details of the deadly confrontation near a playground at a grade school in Gage Park.
Chicago police officer fatally shot on Southwest Side
Officer Andres Vasquez-Lasso was shot and killed as he chased an armed suspect who suddenly turned and fired "at close range" Wednesday afternoon in Gage Park.
Paul Vallas, Brandon Johnson to clash in Chicago mayoral runoff; Lightfoot ousted
Paul Vallas and Brandon Johnson will meet in a runoff to be the next mayor of Chicago after voters on Tuesday denied incumbent Lori Lightfoot a second term, issuing a rebuke to a leader who made history as head of the nation's third-largest city.
R. Kelly sentenced in Chicago child pornography case
A federal judge on Thursday rejected a call from prosecutors to keep R. Kelly behind bars until he is 100, instead telling the Grammy Award-winning R&B singer he would serve all but one of his 20 years on child sex convictions simultaneously with a previous sentence.
Chicago man met woman on dating app, tied her up in his mom's basement and beat her: police
A Riverdale man was arrested for allegedly holding a woman he met on a dating app against her will and beating her. She may have also been sexually assaulted.
Emmett Till death: Lawsuit seeks woman’s arrest in Chicago boy's kidnapping
A relative of Emmett Till is suing to try to make a Mississippi sheriff serve a 1955 arrest warrant on a white woman in the kidnapping that led to the brutal lynching of the Black teenager.
Massive fire breaks out at Chicago Heights warehouse
Crews were battling an extra-alarm fire that started at a furniture warehouse Monday morning in south suburban Chicago Heights.
Cook County woman charged with stealing $1.5M in chicken wings from school district
Bond was set at $150,000 Thursday for a Dolton woman accused of stealing over $1.5 million of food - primarily chicken wings - while working as a consultant for a school district in south suburban Cook County, according to court documents.
Taylor Swift-themed pop-up bar coming to Chicago
Taylor Swift fans who missed out on tickets to her upcoming concert tour can drown their sorrows at a Chicago pop-up bar that pays homage to the award-winning singer.
Inside look: Oak Park's historic Frank Lloyd Wright home listed on the market
For the first time ever, an historic Frank Lloyd Wright home in Oak Park is for sale. FOX 32 Chicago got an exclusive look inside the 1898 property.
Illinois EMTs charged with murder after strapping man to gurney facedown
Body cam video shows the events leading up to the death of Earl L. Moore Jr. when police and EMS workers were called to his residence in December.
Independent Chicago bookstore owner’s tweet, venting over $800 return, goes viral
One Wicker Park book store owner says a customer spent about $800 on art books in the crucial Christmas shopping season and then, this week, they wanted to return them all.
Five Chicago-area athletes hospitalized after workout apparently meant to punish curfew-breakers
Concordia University Chicago in River Forest also temporarily removed coach Steve Kollar.