Ball Brothers' Battle: Lonzo Outlasts LaMelo in First Meeting This NBA Season

Ball Brothers' Battle: Lonzo Outlasts LaMelo in First Meeting This NBA Season

The "Ball brothers" meet for the first time this season on Monday, and Lonzo Ball won the head-to-head matchup against his brother LaMelo.
Federal Agents Arrest 3 Men in Mexico-Chicago Cocaine Pipeline After 220 Pounds of Cocaine Seize in Private Plane

Federal Agents Arrest 3 Men in Mexico-Chicago Cocaine Pipeline After 220 Pounds of Cocaine Seize in Private Plane

Federal agents have arrested three men after authorities seized more than 200 pounds of cocaine in Chicago that was allegedly connected to the Mexico-Chicago cocaine pipeline.
Chicago, Los Angeles Launch Universal Basic Income

Chicago, Los Angeles Launch Universal Basic Income

Chicago and Los Angeles are launching a universal basic income program, with the two being the largest basic-income pilots in the United States.
Remains of United Airlines Executive Missing Two Years Ago Found in a Chicago Forest Preserve Hanging by a Belt From a Tree

Remains of United Airlines Executive Missing Two Years Ago Found in a Chicago Forest Preserve Hanging by a Belt From a Tree

United Airlines executive Jacob Cefolia went missing more than a year ago after he was last seen going for a jog near his Chicago home. He was found suspended by a belt from an uprooted tree in a Chicago forest preserve.
'Dia De Muertos' or Day of the Dead Exhibit at National Museum of Mexican Art to Honor Vanessa Guillen, Adam Toledo, COVID Victims

'Dia De Muertos' or Day of the Dead Exhibit at National Museum of Mexican Art to Honor Vanessa Guillen, COVID Victims

Vanessa Guillen, Adam Toledo, and the COVID-19 victims will be honored in a "Dia De Muertos" or Day of the Dead exhibit at the National Museum of Mexican Arts in Chicago.
Kanye West Faces Backlash After Inviting Marilyn Manson, DaBaby to ‘Donda’ Listening Party; Kim Kardashian Joins in Wedding Dress

Kanye West Faces Backlash After Inviting Marilyn Manson, DaBaby to ‘Donda’ Listening Party; Kim Kardashian Joins in a Wedding Dress

Rapper Kanye West welcomed thousands of people at Soldier Field in Chicago on Thursday as he held the "Donda" listening party.
Chicago Cops Turned Their Backs on Mayor Lori Lightfoot at Hospital After Ella French Shooting

Chicago Cops Turned Their Backs on Mayor Lori Lightfoot at Hospital After Ella French Shooting

Around 30 cops reportedly given Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot the cold shoulder when she approached them in a hospital wing after the shooting of Ella French.
Chicago Police Mark Location of Shell Casing Following Shooting

Chicago Officer Ella French’s Suspects Charged With First-Degree Murder; Another Officer Critically Wounded During Traffic Stop Shooting

Chicago: Emonte brothers linked to the weekend shooting incident during a traffic stop that left one police officer dead and another critically wounded have been charged.
Tornado Warning Issued in Chicago, With the Tornado Reportedly Touching Down in Dekalb County

Tornado Warning Issued in Chicago, With the Tornado Reportedly Touching Down in Dekalb County

A tornado warning was issued in Chicago, particularly in parts of Kane County, with a tornado reported likely to have touched down near Burlington after touchdowns were reported in DeKalb County.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Earns Criticisms for Attending Lollapalooza Amid Plans to Revive COVID-19 Restrictions

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Earns Criticisms for Attending Lollapalooza Amid Plans to Revive COVID-19 Restrictions

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has been criticized for continuing to hold the Lollapalooza music festival despite the reestablishment of COVID restrictions.
Chicago Shootings: 8-Year-Old Boy, 4 Teenage Girls Among More Than 50 Shot Across City

Chicago Shootings: 8-Year-Old Boy, 4 Teenage Girls Among More Than 50 Shot Across City

An eight-year-old boy and four other teenage girls were among the victims in separate shootings across Chicago over the weekend.
Fourth of July Marked with Violence in Chicago and Shooting in Other States

Fourth of July Marked With Violence in Chicago and Shooting in Other States

The holiday weekend of the Fourth of July was plagued with violence in Chicago and shooting among other states.
Adam Toledo Shooting

Chicago's Council Latino Caucus Says ‘No Question’ Adam Toledo Was Unarmed When Shot by Cop

The Chicago City Council Latino Caucus said the footage clearly showed that 13-year-old Adam Toledo was unarmed at the moment a cop shot him.
Boy, 1, Critical After He Was Shot in Head in Chicago Road Rage Shooting

Boy, 1, Shot in Head in Chicago Road Rage Shooting

A one-year-old boy is now fighting for his life after being shot in the head during a road rage shooting in Chicago on Tuesday, according to officials.
Chicago Teachers Union Tells Members Not to Reveal Vaccination Status

Chicago Teachers Union Tells Members Not to Reveal Vaccination Status if It Means Returning to School

Chicago Teachers Union President Jesse Sharkey instructed his members not to disclose receiving the COVID-19 vaccine if it means returning to school.
Chicago Shootings Leave 2 Dead, 14 Hurt, Including Police Sergeant Shot in Face

Chicago Shootings Leave 2 Dead, 14 Hurt, Including Police Sergeant Shot in Face

Two people died, and 13 people were injured in a Chicago shooting early Sunday, according to authorities.
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