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Northwest suburban mall close to starting $440 million redevelopment project
The Niles Village Board has given approval for a preliminary agreement for the $440 million dollar redevelopment of the Golf Mill Shopping Center.
Park Ridge police investigating fatal crash on Oakton Street
Police in Park Ridge are investigating a fatal crash Tuesday.
Girl, 17, stabbed to death in Loop, Chicago police say
A 17-year-old girl was stabbed to death in the Loop Tuesday night, Chicago police said.
Settlement reached after Kenneka Jenkins found dead in Rosemont hotel's walk-in freezer in 2017
A judge denied a motion to keep the details of the settlement sealed, but the issue is expected to be revisited in court next week.
Chicago Residents Confront Johnson in Heated Meeting over Migrant Housing: "You Work for Us!"
Witness the intense confrontation at a community meeting in Galewood, Chicago, as local residents vehemently oppose plans to convert a fieldhouse into migrant housing. The heated exchange culminates with residents reminding Johnson, "You work for us!" Tune in to this gripping debate.
Rodeo rider charged after drone video captures animal abuse in Joliet
JOLIET, Ill. - Last month, FOX 32 Chicago reported on a group of animal rights activists that used drones to document animal abuse at unlicensed private rodeos in the Chicago area. Now, the activists are celebrating after Will County prosecutors used their video to file animal cruelty charges against one...
Niles police investigating series of bomb threats
COOK COUNTY - The Niles Police Department is investigating after a series of bomb threats were reported over the weekend. Between Sept. 29 and Oct. 1, Niles police say their department received several bomb threats via telephone and the Village of Niles "SeeClickFix" online service request portal. According to police,...
Extraordinary Warmth as Chicagoans enjoy July in October, but big changes loom
WHAT AN EXTRAORDINARY RUN OF LATE SEASON WARM WEATHER HERE IN CHICAGO. Chicagoans were treated to a 14TH CONSECUTIVE DAY OF ABOVE NORMAL TEMPS. It’s not an exaggeration to refer to the current warm spell—particularly the last four days of it—as “July in October”—-a meteorological “achievement” at a time of the year in which normal […]
Illinois Bakery Serves The Best Donuts In The Entire State
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CTA Worker in Chicago Shot and Hospitalized
A shocking incident unfolds as a Chicago Transit Authority employee becomes the victim of a shooting on Chicago's Southwest Side. Watch the video to learn more about this unfortunate event that took place on a regular Tuesday afternoon.
Man dies after being found shot in head on street in Bronzeville
CHICAGO (CBS) -- A man was found shot and killed Tuesday night about a block from Chicago Public Safety Headquarters in Bronzeville.Police said at 7:02 p.m., the 33-year-old man was found unresponsive in the 100 block of East 36th Street.He had been shot in the right side of his head, and was taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.Police classified his death as a homicide.No one was in custody late Tuesday. Area 1 detectives are investigating.
Game On: Discover Niles' Top 3 Sports Bars
Welcome to our guide where we feature three remarkable sports bars in Niles. Have you had the pleasure of visiting any of these establishments? We'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below.
63-year-old woman struck by baseball bat at West Pullman gas station dies
CHICAGO - A 63-year-old woman has died after a man struck her with a baseball bat during an argument at a West Pullman gas station. About 2 a.m. on Sept. 27, a man struck the woman multiple times with a baseball bat during an argument at a gas station in the 11600 block of South Michigan Avenue, Chicago police said.
Car crashes into townhome in Glenview
COOK COUNTY, Ill. — Emergency crews were called to the scene after a car crashed into a townhome in Glenview on Monday afternoon. The crash happened in the 4500 block of Concord Lane, along the border of Glenview. According to Glenview police, the driver suffered a medical episode, which caused him to lose control of […]
Teen girl missing from Southwest Side since May 2022
CHICAGO — Police are looking for help as officers search for a teen girl missing from the city’s Southwest Side since May of 2022. Chicago police say 15-year-old Adelia Claudia was last seen on May 23, 2022, in the 3300 block of West 51st Street in Gage Park. According to police, Claudia is known to […]
Multiple People Shot on Morgan State University Campus, Baltimore Police Report
Breaking news unfolds as multiple individuals fall victim to a shooting incident at Morgan State University in Baltimore. Police are on the scene, investigating the shocking event. Tune in for the latest updates on this developing story.
Arrival of Migrant Buses in Chicago Ignites Tensions
Witness the rising tensions in Chicago as city officials issue warnings about the increasing number of migrant buses arriving. Explore the challenges and implications of this influx in our in-depth coverage.
'Devoted' Chicago bishop, former secretary to cardinal dies unexpectedly
Most Rev. Kevin Birmingham, “Bishop Kevin,” as colleagues called him, died in his sleep, according to the Archdiocese, a few days shy of his 52nd birthday.
Park Ridge gives preliminary OK for liquor license at Pickwick Theater for live entertainment
The Park Ride City Council tentatively approved the sale of alcohol for certain events at the historic Pickwick Theatre at Monday’s Committee of the Whole meeting. The Copernicus Foundation, which will run live shows in the main amphitheater at the Pickwick, applied for a special liquor license to sell alcohol at the venue. The theater’s four smaller screens, which will continue to play ...
Acts of hate are on the rise in Illinois, disturbing new report says
CHICAGO (CBS) -- Hate in Illinois is on the rise, according to disturbing findings released Tuesday by the Anti-Defamation League.CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey has been combing through the new report, which highlights a rise in antisemitism, incidents involving white supremacists, attacks on LGBTQ+ businesses, and other forms of hate across Illinois.Indeed unfortunately, it is many groups that have been targeted. Hate crimes are being reported more frequently - even though it is believed that they're still very much underreported in Illinois. Making victims more comfortable coming forward is one focus of state and local leaders. Back in February 2017,...