One man died in a police-involved shooting in South Shore, police said.
Spike Lee's controversial tax subsidy request and rogue golf carts top our roundup of stories this week.
Saint Xavier grad student Connie Taylor once relied on the March of Dimes. Now she's an ambassador.
An unknown offender took the victim's purse and fled in a black, four-door car, according to police.
More than 100 people packed O'Rourke's Office on Thursday night for the debut of "The Frunchroom."
The accident happened in the 3400 block of West Congress Parkway, police said.
A new report from Cornell University suggests the virus could spread from dogs to cats.
The 95th Street Farmers Market opens at 7 a.m. May 10 — Mother's Day.
Two basketball players, seven baseball players and a track athlete from St. Rita signed on Wednesday.
Here's a map to help plot out your path on the biggest vinyl celebration of the year.
Dante Servin, 46, is charged with manslaughter, reckless discharge of a firearm and reckless conduct.
Ald. Will Burns (4th) said if Spike Lee takes film subsidy, the public should have a say in film's name.
Also: We'll be in Morgan Park reading stories about the South Side Thursday.
The ultra-tiny ruby-throated hummingbird nests during the spring and summer throughout the city.
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