A retired Chicago police officer was wounded during an exchange of gunfire that erupted during an attempted robbery in the city’s Lawndale neighborhood on the city’s West Side.
The park closed early with guests and team members departing under direction of the Gurnee Police Department.
At a news conference Sunday afternoon, Illinois rideshare drivers and delivery workers announced that local groups are joining a national movement to fight for better working conditions.
Two months ago, federal officials told states that depend on the Colorado River to make plans for major cuts. Negotiations have yet to produce a deal.
Jack Chen alleges that video shows his wife, Yue 'Emily' Yu, spiking his drink with Drano. Yu denies the allegations, calling them defamatory.
Unfunded for five months over a bureaucratic snafu, the contractors that run Cityride warn that they can't go on without payments.
Kjessie Essue wanted to bring beauty to her piece of Northern California in the wake of last year's blazes. But would people care about blossoms?
Gov. Gavin Newsom's single-tunnel proposal is more respectful of the estuary's farms, habitat, boating and communities, columnist George Skelton writes.
Irvine developer East End Capital's studio could inject some street life into a part of the Arts District that retains much of its historic use an industrial center.
Stockton's 209 Times portrays itself as an independent news site. Critics call it a blunt tool for the political ambitions of its owner.