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Cook County minimum wage set for increase on July 1
Cook County has issued a notice to employees about a minimum wage increase coming on July 1.
Murder In Joliet Tuesday Night
There was a murder in Joliet last night, just before 8:00. Officers responded to the 400 block of South Joliet Street for a report of a person shot. When they arrived, police found a 16-year-old male who had been shot several times. The victim was pronounced. dead at the scene...
Chicago Ridge Mayor Tokar on the cancellation of RidgeFest
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Chicago police: 4 shot outside Englewood store
Four people were wounded, two critically, in a shooting in Englewood Tuesday night, Chicago police said.
Ridgefest becomes latest event to be canceled amid 'teen takeover' trend
CHICAGO RIDGE, Ill. - Many Chicago Ridge residents say "Ridgefest" is like their vacation right here at home. Ridgefest has been around for over 30 years, but in the last couple of days, the village board decided to cancel the event, citing safety concerns. Chicago Ridge Mayor Charles Tokar said...
Summer Nights Markets at Navy Pier kicks off Wednesday
CHICAGO (CBS) -- While it's not officially summer just yet, Summer Nights at Navy Pier starts tonight.These markets will be immersive experiences themed around the 70s, 80s, 90s, and the future.It runs from 5:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. on the last Wednesday of each month until Aug. 30.
Cotton from tree keeps fire raging in Chicago Ridge
CHICAGO RIDGE, Ill. (CBS) -- Cotton from a tree helped fuel a fast-moving fire in southwest suburban Chicago Ridge Tuesday afternoon.Neighbors said the lawn next to a house on Moody Avenue caught fire – and the flames spread to the garage.Crews late Tuesday afternoon were trying to put out the fire – but it kept reigniting because of the flying cotton.Further details about the fire were not immediately available.
Squatters finally evicted from South Side home, but owner's troubles aren't over
CHICAGO (CBS) -- A South Side homeowner has finally gotten some action – after saying she has been trying to get squatters out of her home for nearly a year.The Cook County Sheriff's Office came knocking with an eviction order on Tuesday.CBS 2's Charlie De Mar first told you about Darthula Young's story in March. De Mar caught up with Young on Tuesday – as she finally reclaimed her family home after fighting for months.This is not a totally happy ending. Once Young got inside, she quickly realized property was missing, the home was a mess, and she has been...
Summer Season at Columbia
Get the most out of your summer at Columbia College Chicago and throughout the city. Campus gets quieter during the summer term, but there is no shortage of events and entertainment to keep you busy. Summer in Chicago brings countless opportunities to engage with the arts, culture, education, and civics...
City issue reminder of cooling requirements as heat rises
CHICAGO (CBS) -- As the temperature climbs, the city is reminding people that residential cooling is required on dangerously hot days.The Department of Buildings says if the city's heat index exceeds 80 degrees, certain buildings must provide air conditioning in all apartments, or have an air-conditioned cooling center.That includes senior housing.If your home is dangerously hot call 311.
Chicago weather: Another 90-degree day coming up
CHICAGO - Chicago hit 91 degrees yesterday. Our first 90-degree day since Aug. 6. We will be very close to 90 for highs today through Friday. The only factor holding temps back will be the scattered showers and thunder today and tomorrow afternoon. It will also be cooler by the lake.
Chicago mayor’s neighbor killed woman with baseball bat, dumped her in the alley: prosecutors say
CHICAGO — A man who lives across the street from Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson was held without bail Tuesday after prosecutors accused him of beating a woman to death with a baseball bat inside his home and dumping her body in the alley. Arnel Smith, 64, is charged with...
BREAKING: Exclusive Video of Arrest During Joliet Manhunt
A shelter-in-place order in Joliet is now lifted. Authorities conducted a manhunt this morning for four burglary suspects. Three alleged offenders are in custody. Police say the suspects ran from a stolen vehicle near the corner of Black Road and Junie Court. A shelter-in-place order was called in the area because the alleged culprits may have been armed.
Mapping Our Road to a Sustainable Future: Join Us for the June 20 Event
The "Mapping our Road to 2050" event on June 20 aims to engage the community in sustainable planning and resilience-building by identifying existing resources that support a healthy local economy, protect the environment, and promote a welcoming community.
3 days after getting probation, a ‘Kia Boy’ is charged with attempted robbery and home invasion
CHICAGO — Last Friday, Jamal Moore received probation after pleading guilty to burglary for trying to steal a Kia last summer with his friend, Rashaad Walker. Almost exactly 72 hours after Moore entered his plea, he and Walker were arrested together again, accused of home invasion and attempted armed robbery of a family on Memorial Day.
Exploring Chinatown during Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month
FOX 32's Sylvia Perez joins Joanie Lum in Chinatown for an inside look at her three favorite places in the neighborhood. Chicago's Chinatown is the second largest in the U.S.
Billionaire drug lord El Chapo pens letter from prison, irked about lack of freedom
In a letter from prison, Mexican drug lord El Chapo says he is not happy about the conditions of his daily life.
DuPage County explores ending water contract with Chicago, building own lake pipeline
DuPage County is exploring ending its water contract with the city of Chicago and building its own pipeline to Lake Michigan.
Berwyn bar closed due to overcrowding, fights
Berwyn Tap Room, a bar co-owned by the owners of the closed-down Forest Park Tap Room, has closed due to many of the same problems. Berwyn Tap Room, 6630 W. 16th St., is co-owned by brothers Lance and Hansel Law and William Rivera. The bar had a record of police calls and liquor license suspensions stretching back years. Rivera, who is currently pursuing legal action against the brothers, told the Review that “the straw that broke the camel’s back” was a March 26 incident where the bar was overcrowded and the customers refused to depart voluntarily, leading the police to shut the bar down. During the May 1 hearing, Berwyn Mayor Robert Lovero, who also serves as the city liquor commissioner, yanked the bar’s liquor and business license.
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