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Former Bears All-Pro safety Roosevelt "Rosey" Taylor died Friday at 82, the team announced. [Read More]
It survived two world wars and the global pandemic of 1918, but Kroehler Family YMCA in Naperville cannot withstand the economic impact of COVID-19. [Read More]
The Trump administration's new national intelligence director waded into political waters in his first week on the job, declassifying documents that allies of the president... [Read More]
Naperville North math teacher Jong Ho Kim and St. Joseph High School science teacher Mary Kate Trausch competed in the 2020 "Jeopardy!" Teachers Tournament. [Read More]
The NBA Board of Governors met again without a consensus opinion emerging about how many teams should be back for the planned late-July resumption of... [Read More]
Cook County employees will start reporting to the office again next month, and offices will officially reopen to the public in early July, sparking a... [Read More]
Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman on Friday condemned the actions of the Minneapolis police officer charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter in the death of... [Read More]
Starlight, a California-based nonprofit that works to provide happiness to sick children as part of their healing, will use the design of 6-year-old Tyler Cepkauskas... [Read More]
The woman was found leaning up against a vehicle and appeared to have wounds to her chest and left flank, Mance said. [Read More]
Friday morning ended the lengthy career of WBBM-AM780 morning anchor Felicia Middlebrooks, who is retiring. [Read More]
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Friday ripped President Donald Trump, saying he's fomenting violence and playing to racist urges for political gain in response to... [Read More]
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced six streets in different neighborhoods throughout the city that will be shut down to allow restaurants to set up tables... [Read More]
A game ticket from Michael Jordan's 1984 NBA debut for the Chicago Bulls sold for $24,907.50 via Huggins and Scott Auctions. [Read More]
Heading into summer, high school coaches are anxious to receive a plan from the IHSA regarding workouts and practices for the upcoming season. [Read More]
Chicago Botanic Garden in Glencoe is likely to not fully reopen until later in June. [Read More]
Editorial: Saving Cook County Hospital a win for Chicago. [Read More]
Whether you have a balcony, deck, rooftop or yard, it's time to get ready for the great outdoors. [Read More]
"One of the reasons why I fight so hard is because I've had to fight so many times on the front lines for lots of... [Read More]
The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in Lincoln Park, closed since late March by COVID-19, will be furloughing more than a third of its staff effective... [Read More]
Township High School District 113 officials say they expect remote learning to be part of the program for Deerfield and Highland Park high school students... [Read More]
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