The reviews are in: McDonald's spinoff CosMc's is officially open for business with customers enduring hours-long wait times to get their hands on a custom beverage and snack.
A large dust devil was spotted twirling in a field near Shelbyville, Illinois on Monday.
Biden will sign a proclamation on Tuesday to create the Emmett Till and Mamie Till-Mobley National Monument across three sites in Illinois and Mississippi, according to the official.
A Chicago man died Monday morning after he severely cut his arm punching through the window of a Beach Park bar and causing a crash while he was being driven to the hospital.
A Wicker Park man was accused of killing and torturing at least four kittens in June.
One person was killed and nearly two dozen others were hurt at what was supposed to be a "peaceful Juneteenth gathering."
Four teens were charged and ordered held without bail Wednesday in the fatal shooting of off-duty Chicago Police Officer Aréanah Preston.
A windstorm in south-central Illinois kicked up clouds of dust on Monday, causing numerous crashes that killed at least six people on Interstate 55, police said.
A Chicago-based videographer captured several vivid bolts around 10 p.m. Tuesday during a Severe Thunderstorm Warning, including one strike hitting the Willis Tower.
A band was reportedly playing on stage at the time of the collapse.
The grand Chicago tradition dates back to 1962.
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.
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.
Crews were battling an extra-alarm fire that started at a furniture warehouse Monday morning in south suburban Chicago Heights.
The employee fell into an 11-foot-deep pot of molten iron heated to more than 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit and was "immediately incinerated," OSHA said.
An "act of hate" was discovered Thursday at the worksite of the Obama Presidential Center on Chicago's South Side.
A bipartisan group of attorneys general is asking Albertsons to delay a $4 billion payout to its shareholders until they can complete a review of Kroger’s planned acquisition of the grocery chain.
A suburban house is winning Halloween this year, but not without controversy.
"That child usually sits in the front seat next to his mother, but he wanted to get back to sit next to his brother," said community activist Andrew Holmes, who spent a couple hours trying to comfort the family on Saturday.
A 3-year-old boy who was pushed off Navy Pier in Chicago by his aunt on Monday has died from his injuries, according to the medical examiner's office.