Former Chicago police Officer William Cozzi was sentenced to prison Thursday for beating a man who was handcuffed and shackled in a wheelchair.
Parishioners at St. Walter's Parish in Roselle are, like many good Catholics, a generous lot. So much so that their former priest, Father John Regan, apparently didn't know what to do with all that cash.
Hundreds gather to remember a fallen soldier while a small group uses the ceremony as a backdrop for its message of hate.
A Brown Line train collided with a truck that apparently tried to go around lowered crossing arms at the Kedzie station on Thursday.
A Dolton restaurant should be able to remain in business following a two-alarm fire in the building early Thursday, according to Fire Chief Jerry McCullough.
Hundreds of students and activists head to Springfield today to push for passage of a new gun law.
Sen. Dick Durbin and Majority Leader Harry Reid answer questions from the U.S. Senate Ethics Committee about Roland Burris.
Evergreen Park Mayor James Sexton's dream of bringing the South Side Irish Parade to his town may be fizzling out.
A big conference on bird strikes is being held in Chicago today and tomorrow, in the wake of the near-disaster when a commercial airliner collided with geese in New York, then crash-landed in the Hudson River.
A political consultant embroiled in the appointment of Sen. Roland Burris and subsequent perjury investigation died Monday when his car veered off the road and smashed into a tree.
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