Mother Mad At Cemetery After Son's Grave Is Flooded"When they lowered my son in the grave and hundreds of people were out here. We were all witnessing the water pouring in from around the front and the sides."
Recent Robberies In Beverly Concern Business Owner"Any crime in our neighborhood is unusual. We're a very tight-knit community. We look out for each other."
At The Cozy Corner, The Bill Doesn't Add Up"It adds up with all of the customers. It could add up to thousands of dollars in the end."
Mayoral Candidates Outline Their Solutions For Chicago's ProblemsBoth candidates said poor communities need more investment, jobs, and mental health facilities.
A Compliment Being Questioned As Criticism In Mayoral RaceHer endorsement by Kelly Cassidy was a rallying cry for LGBTQ voters to flock to the polls for Lightfoot. The unknown question: How many conservative voters may be motivated to vote against Lightfoot, for the same reason.
Police Searching For Friend Of Teen Accidentally Shot While Playing With A GunThe family of a 13-year-old boy who was accidentally shot and killed this weekend is urging the shooter to come forward.
Father Of R. Kelly Girlfriend: 'This Dude Is A Monster'"This dude is a monster. The things he did. It's not human."
Ex-Alderman Ed Vrdolyak Pleads Guilty To Tax EvasionThe charges come from an indictment accusing him of tax evasion charges tied to money he allegedly collected from a tobacco lawsuit settlement he never actually worked on.
The Money Machine In The Chicago Mayoral RaceLightfoot has been her own biggest contributor, donating $266,000 to her campaign. But various factions of the SEIU have poured in more than 3.2 million dollars for Preckwinkle.
Mother Wants DNA Testing To Find Her Son's Murderer"It's unfair to me and not only to me, but all the other mothers who's waiting for an answer about the death of their loved one."
Wilson: Lightfoot, Preckwinkle Asked For My Support"I'm going to encourage the people who are church-based to to look at the social economic issue. People got to eat. People going to die losing their homes. Let's look at those issues."
Preckwinkle: 'I'm Grateful To Be In The Runoff'Toni Preckwinkle is one election away from the biggest job of her political career, mayor of Chicago.