Person Of Interest Sought In Lincoln Park Sexual AssaultsThere's been a third sexual assault in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood in recent weeks and police believe they're all connected.
Upcoming Overnight Lane Closures On Kennedy ExpresswayThe work is expected to be finished by mid-August.
R. Kelly Pleads Not Guilty To New Sexual Assault ChargesR. Kelly pleaded not guilty Thursday to new sexual assault charges filed by Cook County prosecutors last week, the most serious criminal charges filed against the embattled R&B singer to date.
Pritzker Makes Good On Getting A Graduated Income Tax On The 2020 BallotA media war on the issue is expected to cost hundreds of millions in TV and direct mail, because the stakes are so high. To scrap the flat tax, 60% of Illinois voters, not just a simple majority, must approve the change.
Questions Remain Regardings Quest Diagnostics Data BreachQuest blames AMCA for allowing "an unauthorized user" to access certain financial data, Social Security numbers and medical information, but not laboratory results.
Mass Transit Will Ride With More Money For Extra Rail Cars, Maintenence"This is a substantial package and this will address a substantial portion of the maintenance needs that we have in this region."
'60 Minutes' Correspondent Scott Pelley On 'Truth Worth Telling'Pelley said we've transitioned from the information age to the disinformation age which makes traditional journalist all the more important for america and the world.
Lightfoot To Burke: Get Out NowLightfoot said what makes this indictment extraordinary is the number of instances in which Burke is allegedly using his position to line his pockets. 
Recreational Marijuana To Be Legal In IllinoisState representatives voted 66 to 47 in favor of legalization, two days after the senate passed the bill. It goes into effect January 1. But there will still be restrictions.
Drive-By Shooting Leaves 5 Wounded In RobbinsTwo men, ages 32 and 30, were listed in critical condition at a hospital.
Ald. Burke Indicted On Charges Of Racketeering, ExtortionThe indictment also details a rather petty form of extortion by Burke. He allegedly threatened to oppose an admission fee hike for a Chicago museum, unless that museum hired the child of a personal friend for an internship.
Video Shows Dramatic Moments Of Pilsen Crash With State TrooperThe driver, who set off an airbag, slipped out the front passenger door and ran from the scene and remains on the run.
Men Charged In Brittany Hill's Death To Appear In CourtIt was Tuesday morning. They were standing outside a house on Division and Mason with a group of people. Minutes later two men got out of a silver car and started shooting at the group.
Another Burge Victim To File A Civil LawsuitAs of now, the total payout to Burge victims is more than 100 million dollars.
Ochoa Relatives Push For Marlen's LawThey will be meeting with a state lawmaker next Tuesday to develop Marlen's Law. It would require both ID and DNA testing for hospital patients, especially those admitted after a home birth.