Chicago

An investigation revealed the hockey team mishandled allegations that an assistant coach sexually assaulted a player during the team’s Stanley Cup run in 2010.
Progressive activists and lawmakers are calling for the Senate to reject the disgraced former Chicago mayor's nomination as envoy to Japan.
The more than 4,500 officers who didn't comply with the mayor's requirement could face getting fired, as both the city and police union fight the matter in court.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback said he was set off by a woman flipping him "the double-bird."
Chicago Sky won against the Phoenix Mercury 80-74, marking the team's first title in franchise history.
Fraternal Order of Police President John Catanzara vowed to take Mayor Lori Lightfoot's administration to court if it tries to enforce the mandate.
The "Eight Men Out" star got trolled by the Barstool Sports employee on video and came out swinging.
"I think he’ll be welcomed back into Chicago as a person who can be redeemed," the Illinois lawmaker said.
Veronica Wolski was known for spreading anti-vaccine and pro-QAnon messages.
The 44-year-old's listening event at Soldier Field for his upcoming album will offer 1,500 doses split between the Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
Oakland A's starter Chris Bassitt is reportedly conscious and aware after he was hit in the second inning.
The rule will apply to both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals as the city surpasses 400 COVID-19 cases per day.
The ordinance that allows elected residents to have the final say in police-related policy is a product of years-long work by the city's grassroots organizers.
"I’m hopeful there will be many more badass females to follow," the Chicago Sky star said.
Her comments came as the city will try dismissing her suit accusing officials of conspiring to cover up the botched police raid that left her naked and handcuffed.
Spectators at Wrigley Field celebrated their team's hot streak with cups of good cheer.
Officer Karol J. Chwiesiuk allegedly breached the Capitol building, and told an acquaintance beforehand that he was going to D.C. to “f**k up some commies.”
"The residents in our district deserve a fighter," the second-time Chicago candidate said.
“The scope of what they won’t do is breathtaking," the civil rights activist said in his latest column for the Chicago Sun-Times.
Javier Báez took advantage of shoddy Pirates fielding in a play unlike any other.