- Teacher Shot in Greektown
A teacher at St. Ignatius College Prep was shot Thursday night in a bold attack outside a Greektown bar, authorities said.
- Trial Set for Brown's Chicken Murder Case
Cook County Judge Vincent Gaughan today set an April 30 trial date for alleged Brown's Chicken killer James Degorski. Degorksi, along with Juan Luna, allegedly killed seven people at a Palatine Brown's Chicken in 1993. In May 2007, a jury found Luna guilty in the slayings and he is now serving a life sentence.
- Three Rescued From South Side Fire
Firefighters rescued three people from a burning Hamilton Park building early Friday on the South Side.
- Police: Pair Torch car in Joliet After Dispute
Two men have been arrested for allegedly setting a car ablaze last month.
- City Crime on the Rise; Murder Rate Up
Chicago Police released crime statistics for the month of November Friday, showing an overall increase in both violent and property crime. The sharpest increase was in murders -- up 16.8 percent from last year.
- Car Salesman Indicted, Accused of ID Theft
A salesman at a northwest suburban car dealership was indicted Friday on two counts of identity theft for allegedly stealing customer information from employees to buy himself a car.
- Man Accused of Assaulting 3 Children
A man is charged with sexually assaulting three young children on Chicago's Far South Side.