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Tow crews are busy pulling cars off the streets affected by Chicago's "Winter Overnight Parking Ban."
Sources confirm to WGN five people were found dead in a north suburban home Wednesday in what is being described as a murder-suicide.
A historical marker dedicated Wednesday on the grounds of Illinois’ Old State Capitol commemorates the date when then-U.S. Sen. Barack Obama announced his 2008 presidential bid there.
A West Side youth football team has raised enough money to attend its national championship game in Orlando.
The woman accused of killing her Rogers Park landlord and then stuffing her body in a freezer faced a judge Wednesday.
The wind and frigid cold Wednesday night couldn’t stop the family of Mateo Zastro from fighting to keep his name and his murder at the forefront.
WGN's Jewell Hillery reports on the impending ban and what it could mean for those unlucky locals who wake up with their car having been towed.
As costs at grocery stores rise, food banks across the country are seeing more families struggling to make ends meet.
WGN's Andrea Medina delivers the latest details in a looming strike that could cost American's $2 billion a day.
Two women were carjacked at gunpoint within 30 minutes of each other Wednesday morning on the Northwest Side.