NEWS articles

Absence of grocery stores plague South Side

Neighborhood activists have been working to eliminate food deserts and provide South Side residents with access to fresh food and produce.

over 6 years ago | Samantha Liss

Cochran outlines goals for the new year

Alderman William B. Cochran (D-20) is preparing for the new year by devising plans for afforable housing and improving public safety. He is a former Chicago police officer.

almost 7 years ago | Kimberly Lyles

CTA probing operator error in derailment

The accident, which occurred over 59th street between Prairie and Calumet, sent two of the train's four cars off the rails. Two dozen passengers were on board.

over 7 years ago | Steven Chaitman and Meaghen Lober

Two dozen injured in Green Line derailment

over 7 years ago | Geoff Dougherty

Injuries reported as Green Line train derails

over 7 years ago | Geoff Dougherty

Fire damages Washington Park apartment building

Extensive damage, but no injuries reported

almost 8 years ago | Aisha Qidwae

Teen denied bail in Hyde Park robberies

Lawyer raises questions about confession

almost 8 years ago | Carrie Topolinski

Second teen charged in robbery spree that killed U of C student

Three used borrowed car to find victims

8 years ago | Carrie Topolinski

South Side strangling victim was pregnant

Cops working to identify body

8 years ago | Carrie Topolinski

Faith-based program aims to revive troubled neighborhood

Prayer, singing mark 'New Beginnings'

8 years ago | Sarah Arkin