Off-duty LAPD officer fires weapon during confrontation with teens in Anaheim
An off-duty Los Angeles police officer fired his weapon outside his Anaheim home during an altercation with two juveniles.
WH readies first Trump budget that could take aim at popular programs
Programs such as the CPB, NEA, NEH and AmeriCorps could be targeted.
How Trump's policies are changing immigration enforcement
What you need to know about the new plans under Trump.
City Council approves mayor's plan for property tax rebate money
Mayor Rahm Emanuel tweaked his plan to spend $15 million in unclaimed property tax rebate money, causing some aldermen to accuse one of their colleagues of giving into the mayor.
Shooting shuts down I-57 SB at 147th Street; identical vehicles damaged
Police are investigating after two nearly identical vehicles were damaged by gunfire in the south suburbs in what appears to be a case of mistaken identity.
Shields still going, hits re-set button for White Sox
No one in Chicago White Sox camp is happier for a new season than James Shields.
Tillerson and Kelly visit Mexico amid tension over deportation guidelines
As Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly stepped off a plane in Mexico Wednesday evening, tensions were brewing there over new guidance from the administration about deportations, border patrol and President Trum..
NU students demand change after 5 women report sex assaults
Some Northwestern University students are demanding action after five female students reported being sexually assaulted at two different fraternities earlier this month.
Chicago Weather: Record warmth continues, but snow expected this weekend
The record-breaking warmth is expected to continue Wednesday, with temperatures climbing into the upper 60s.
Man, 60, dies after being found shot multiple times in Little Village garage
A 60-year-old factory worker died Wednesday after he was found shot multiple times in his garage in the Little Village neighborhood, Chicago police said.
Last of Dakota Access pipeline opponents leave protest camp
The last of the Dakota Access pipeline opponents abandoned their protest camp Wednesday ahead of a government deadline to get off the federal land, and authorities arrested others who defied the order in a final show of dissent.
4 parts of the new DHS memos that raise flags for immigrant rights advocates
DHS has put forth major proposals and changes to existing protocols.