Saturday Sep 13
Alderman to kick off campaign against Emanuel
Ald. Bob Fioretti, 2nd, is ready to announce Saturday that he'll challenge Mayor Rahm Emanuel in the Feb. 24 election. Ald. Bob Fioretti, 2nd, is ready to announce Saturday that he'll challenge Mayor Rahm Emanuel in the Feb. 24 election.
Homeland Security bulletin warns ISIS may strike U.S. targets
Ahead of President Obama's midweek speech about America's strategy against ISIS, many are projecting the White House's strategy will last years. As the White House prepares its strategy to eliminate ISIS, many terrorism experts believe ISIS cells are already in the U.S. As the White House prepares its strategy to eliminate ISIS, many terrorism experts believe ISIS cells are already in the U.S. In an unclassified United States Department of Homeland Security and FBI joint intelligence bulletin obtained on Monday, federal law enforcement agencies are warned that the Islamic State has the capability to mount attacks on U.S. targets overseas with "little to no warning."
Who can get Obamacare between enrollment periods
Door way to receive help in enrolling for the Affordable Care Act, also known as "Obamacare." at the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences Systems on March 31, 2014.
Chicago church apologizes after gargoyle falls, kills woman
A mother was struck and killed in Chicago South Loop Thursday afternoon when a piece of a historic church fell and hit her. Sara Bean, 34, was said to be walking with her boyfriend near 1900 S. Michigan Avenue around noon Thursday.
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Mom of two killed when gargoyle plummets 3 stories off church
Sarah Bean, 34, was headed for a lunchtime date Thursday with fiancA© Lance Johnson when the piece of facade dropped directly onto her head, killing her. The Nationally Landmarked building, erected in 1874, had failed in a series of inspections over the last few years.
Woman dead after stone falls from historic South Loop church
A woman died after she was struck by a piece of stone ornament that fell from a historic South Loop church Thursday afternoon, officials said. Witnesses said the woman, believed to be 35, was crossing the street with a man to grab lunch when she was struck by the piece of stone that fell about 30 feet from the Second Presbyterian Church at Cullerton Street and Michigan Avenue.
"America's Team" is back home in Chicago after capturing the world's imagination in the Little League World Series.
Attend the Bash on Wabash, and check out Park Michigan Apartments
The 1300 block of South Wabash Ave is one of the best restaurant and bar destinations in downtown Chicago.