An Illinois man accused of fatally shooting another man in the head on a Minnesota highway after an apparent road-rage incident has been indicted on a first-degree murder charge.
The CIM Group and Golub & Co., who together bought the property from Tribune Media for $240 million in 2016, allowed walk-throughs of the iconic building Wednesday — showing how the renderings of Tribune Tower Residences reached fruition.
As the known death toll has grown over 18 months, a Tribune analysis of state and federal data shows how the pandemic’s deadly waves have evolved since March 2020 amid starkly different mask-wearing and vaccination habits across the state.
An experiential museum that features immersive, whimsical exhibits — and its own brand of ice cream — the Museum of Ice Cream signed a seven-year lease for 13,544 square feet, with plans to open in the spring, the building’s developers said Wednesday.
Days before a trial was set to begin, former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert reached a tentative settlement in a hush-money lawsuit filed by a man whose decades-old sexual abuse allegations led to the disgraced politician’s epic downfall six years ago.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and aldermen beat back an attempted challenge to the mayor’s lucrative policy of using speed cameras to ticket cars going as little as 6 mph over the limit.
Shortly after arriving in Chicago to celebrate the long Labor Day weekend, 4-year-old Mychal Moultry Jr. was getting his hair braided when bullets shattered the large picture windows of a Woodlawn apartment.
As of noon Friday, the Illinois Department of Public Health reported 4,942 new cases, the highest daily number reported since late January.
The state has extended the cutoff date for any would-be buyers to bid on Chicago’s James R. Thompson Center, but officials say they’re sticking to their April 2022 deadline to put the sold sign up on the downtown state government building.
Under a law Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed Friday, police cannot use at least one commonly searched law enforcement database to conduct criminal background checks on citizens who speak at public meetings.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Friday signed into law a measure that makes it illegal for police to use at least one commonly searched law enforcement database to conduct criminal background checks on citizens who sign up to speak at public meetings statewide.
Former Cubs player Ben Zobrist dropped his lawsuit against pastor Byron Yawn that sought damages stemming from Yawn’s extramarital affair with Zobrist’s estranged wife, Julianna, and an allegation that Yawn defrauded his charity.
A Chicago firefighter was allowed to return to work after he was charged with sexually assaulting and hitting a woman with whom he’s going through a divorce, the Tribune has confirmed.
Winners have been announced in the Illinois Associated Press Media Editors 2020 newspaper contest.
The Star Tribune of Minneapolis won the breaking news prize for its reporting following the killing of George Floyd, while Darnella Frazier — the teenager who filmed Floyd's killing — received a special citation.
Illinois lawmakers approved a bill that makes it illegal for police to access at least one commonly used law enforcement database to perform criminal background checks on citizens who sign up to speak at public meetings.
A new, two-hour program explores the 2014 death of Southern Illinois University student Pravin Varughese and his family’s yearslong campaign for justice. But an attorney for the man accused of killing Varughese said it’s time to stop “dragging” the man “through the mud when he didn’t do anything wrong.”
Two workers are accused of stealing nearly $400,000 from a Chicago nonprofit that provides help for people with HIV, leaving it on the brink of closure after more than three decades, prosecutors said.
Confirming fears of inequity in COVID-19 vaccinations, newly released state data shows that Black and Hispanic Illinoisans so far have been vaccinated at half the rate of white residents.
Recently in my column I recommended McBride’s recent novel “Deacon King Kong,” and many Tribune readers wrote to say how much they enjoyed it. I found it so good that I yearned for more of McBride’s work, which led me to his bestselling 1995 autobiography.
CLAIM: Newspaper report shows Democratic candidate Pete Buttigieg was arrested as a teenager in 1998 for killing dogs.
AMES — One member of Matt Campbell’s original staff at Iowa State is moving on for a new opportunity.
Leaves have fallen, evening commutes have darkened and thoughts are turning to the inevitable question: What’s the best way to beat the cold? If you have the money — and the inclination — you can spend $1,000 on an oh-so-trendy Canada Goose parka, engineered to withstand the icy punishment of Antarctica. But the rest of us don’t have to settle for inferior style or warmth.