A domestic battery with bodily harm offense was the most likely reason for someone to be arrested in Chicago in May 2022, according to Chicago Police Department data.
The Uvalde school shooting is a chilling reminder: 1 in 4 victims of mass shootings are kids and teens. The U.S. has a 26-times higher rate than other high-income countries.
Data show a cold reality as COVID-19 enters its third year, and some at-home work best practices could come in handy as COVID-19 cases begin to rise again.
With gas prices at an all-time high in Chicago, we look back at the past 22 years of gas costs in the city. As of June 6, regular unleaded hit $6 a gallon in the city.
Wondering where the best summer music festivals, concert venues and clubs are? We've got maps to steer you to all of the best locations in the city.
Where can you take items for recycling? There are seven places around the city where residents can drop their recycling items off.
CPD says the expected wait time for processing kits at a state laboratory is about 270 days, but survivors have been told the wait can be up to two years.
Theft, burglary and aggravated battery crimes have increased in Chicago, and the quiet Northwest side neighborhood of Albany Park is not immune.
A series of studies were conducted and found that hate crimes targeting the Asian American community have reached some unprecedented levels. What does that mean in Chicago?
Weiss Memorial Hospital in Uptown is undergoing two major real estate shifts this year, which has drawn the attention and ire of many in the neighborhood.
The Illinois State Board of Education is offering $4 million in response to bilingual teacher vacancies. It's a temporary solution, and teachers say there’s more that can be done.
Chicago had a 31% increase in carjackings in just one year following the start of the pandemic, between 2020 and 2021. The city's numbers are higher than every other large city.
Vandalism and petty crimes have increased significantly since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, and crime experts have cited several reasons as to why.
From Jan. 1, 2021 to April 14, 2022 there have been 2,296 carjackings in Chicago. Jeep Grand Cherokees and Toyota Camrys have been targeted the most by carjackers, data show.
Wicker Park carjackings have spiked tremendously in the past year, with four carjackings happening in the span of less than a week. Residents are concerned.
Residents and the Chicago Police Department say they're concerned about the increase in crime in Chicago's normally peaceful Chinatown neighborhood.
Forty-two CTA rail stations are non-accessible to those with mobility disabilities, lacking elevators and other amenities. Some stations were last updated in the 1930s.
More than 58,700 Chicagoans experienced some form of homelessness in 2019, and the pandemic's financial uncertainty has left more at risk.
While beneficial in some aspects, data shows that red-light and speed cameras discriminate and ticket black and brown drivers at a higher rate than other individuals.
Labor shortages, Omicron outbreaks and financial setbacks have plagued Chicago small businesses during the pandemic. So what's next?