There are reports of a multi-vehicle accident on the Chicago Skyway at 69th street. The inbound skyway is reportedly shut down.
Note: This editorial was originally published February 13, 1990, two days after Nelson Mandela was released from prison. With the release of Nelson Mandela, South Africa took one long step on the road from violence and tyranny toward justice and peace. It was a step deserving of all the jubilation that attended it. Still ahead,
BNSF Advisory – Inbound And Outbound Trains On The Move At Restricted Speed. http://t.co/7onDHeRl6Y — Metra (@Metra) November 30, 2013 A pedestrian was hospitalized after being hit by a Metra train Friday evening in Downer’s Grove. The pedestrian was struck around 5:45 p.m. by Burlington North Santa Fe line Train No.1288 near the Main Street
Reports on Twitter and Facebook late Thursday night said a shooting happened at the Kohl’s in Romeoville. The Sun-Times Media Wire is contacting local authorities to update and details will be reported here as they develop.
One person had to be extricated from a pickup truck after it fell into a sinkhole that formed on the South Side Thursday night, authorities said. Authorities received a call on the sinkhole forming in the 9500 block of South Commercial Avenue at 8:06 p.m., police News Affairs Officer Veejay Zala said. Two people were
The Lubavitch Chabad of the Loop, Gold Coast and Lincoln Park celebrated the first night of Hanukkah by lighting the first candle on a 30-foot menorah at Daley Plaza on the first night of Hanukkah. | Ashlee Rezin/for Sun-Times Media
Multimedia reporter Jessica Koscielniak and columnist Rick Telander are Downstate to follow the inspirational story of the Washington, Ill., Panthers as the team moves through the playoffs. A win for the Panthers today means a spot in the state championship. But, more importantly, the team gives this town of 15,000 a rallying point after a
Sun-Times columnist Rick Telander is in Washington, Ill., where Washington Community High School is preparing for their first football game after last week’s devastating tornado.
Investigators first suspected something was wrong inside 3-month-old Jillian Kalous’ home in 2012 when she was admitted to Sherman Hospital in Elgin with multiple broken bones. The DCFS investigated, determining that the infant and her brother both were at “substantial risk of abuse.”
Lawmakers need to address the rising number of children who are dying from abuse and neglect in Illinois and also what more can be done to prevent deaths of children who have come onto the radar of state child-welfare workers, a key legislator said Friday in response to a Chicago Sun-Times and WBEZ investigation.