Tuesday Jun 11
Chicago's Lone Ranger
A new Lone Ranger movie is being released next month. That brings to mind the masked man's Chicago connection.
Retiring Lincolnwood cop 'a policeman's policeman'
Ask anyone who knows Lincolnwood Police Officer Joe Lamantia, and they'll tell you he's not just your typical police officer.
Tilted Kilt in Elgin closes after franchise lawsuit
The Celtic-themed pub and eatery whose waitresses donned skimpy outfits at 2300 Bushwood Drive was dark and empty on Tuesday; its front doors covered in white paper.
Cook Co., police crack down on criminals
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart is teaming up with several suburban police departments to track down and arrest suspected criminals.
Purple Hotel set for demolition again
Plans to use the hotel as part of a $20 million mixed-use development have been spiked, after the hotel owners announced Tuesday a decision to demolish the colorful building and start fresh with plans for a larger mixed-use development.
Construction on Touhy bridge over Edens delayed
Prep work for construction on the Touhy Avenue bridge over the Edens Expressway is continuing to force intermittent closures of half the connecting ramps, but the full project has been delayed until after Memorial Day.
Police Set to Make Statement Regarding Shooting in Skokie Today
Police are set to release further details regarding a late night Friday shooting near the intersection of Golf Road and Skokie Boulevard later today.