The FBI, Illinois State Police and crime scene investigators on Friday returned to a home in Joliet in a renewed search for a woman who went missing almost three decades ago.
A day after declaring "Chicago needs help!" on Twitter, President Donald Trump referenced Chicago's violence in an address to the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Many people in the Chicago area woke up to hail coating their cars and yards Friday morning.
President Donald Trump returned to many of his campaign promises, and hinted at some new action the White House will soon take, in a speech to thousands of conservatives gathered Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference. "Our victory was a win for conservative values," Trump said, pledging to support members of law enforcement, repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act and build a wall "soon, way ahead of schedule." The call-back to the campaign trail included some popular phrases — and a jab at Hillary Clinton that elicited chants of "lock her up!" Trump reiterated his assurance that he will "put American first," saying there is no global flag, so that terrorism doesn't strike in the U.S. And in looking forward, Trump vowed that would "never apologize" for protecting the safety of American people and promised "brand new action" in the coming days to protect the nation.
Metra trains entering and leaving Union Station were halted during the Friday morning rush due to Amtrak “computer signaling problems” on the north and south sides of the station, according to Metra.
Severe storms brought heavy rain, hail, and lightning across the Chicago area Thursday night into the early hours of Friday morning. NBC 5's Lauren Petty reports.