MARKHAM | A Steger woman and a Sauk Village man are charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of a Sauk Village teenager last Thursday outside a strip mall on Sauk Trail, police said.
FORD HEIGHTS | Someone cooking on a wood-burning stove may have caused a fire Sunday morning that destroyed an abandoned home at 1528 Congress Lane, authorities said.
DYER | Dyer police believe they stopped a cocaine deal before it could happen when they arrested a man for allegedly ignoring a stop sign Tuesday afternoon, police said.
A photo Cory Hardrict posted to his Facebook page a few weeks ago shows him standing in the street surrounded by a bevy of local children.
Travel south on Ill. 394 from I-80/I-294, past its merger with Ill. 1, to the proposed Illiana Expressway interchange and you’ll pass 11 distinct communities in south Cook and eastern Will counties.
FORD HEIGHTS | Two men are accused of spending a loan meant to go toward building repairs at the True Light Missionary Baptist Church, police said.
GLENWOOD | The Village Board is expected to vote Tuesday on a resolution that if approved would throw Glenwood's hat into the ring as a potential host for a casino gambling site.
In May 2024, I will be celebrating my 76th birthday, surrounded by friends and family and commemorating having just shot my age at Lost Marsh. This is my fantasy; write your own.
TINLEY PARK, Ill. | The convention center in Tinley Park will be the place to be Monday night for municipal officials from across the south suburbs that wish to be the home of a proposed south suburban casino, and even a few that do not.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Prairie State College recently held graduation ceremonies for the Basic Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician programs.
MARKHAM | A Cook County judge on Friday ordered a 16-year-old boy from Ford Heights held without bail on charges he fatally shot a 17-year-old boy from Chicago Heights, according to a news release.
FORD HEIGHTS | Cook County Sheriff's police are investigating three arson cases in Ford Heights. All occurred during one week.
First Midwest Bancorp Inc., the parent company of First Midwest Bank, reported an 80 percent increase in net income last quarter after seeing its loan business pick up and selling off an ownership stake during a company's initial public offering.
A man was run over and killed by a car Wednesday morning after losing control of his moped on an icy Calumet Township road and landing in the street.
TINLEY PARK | Gov. Pat Quinn declared himself an ally of Chicago's south suburbs Monday, offering municipalities road repair funds while also reiterating his support for the Illiana Expressway project.
FORD HEIGHTS | Three 16-year-old boys are being charged as juveniles in the severe beating of a Ford Heights man who was getting off a bus, according to the Cook County sheriff's department.
FORD HEIGHTS | A truck driver died when his semi went off U.S. 30 and crashed near Illinois 394 early Wednesday.
FORD HEIGHTS | A dispatcher with the Ford Heights Fire Department is accused of pawning stolen fire equipment and keeping the cash.
Whether it be a put-back, a rebound or a clutch free throw in the closing minutes of a game, Bloom Township's Johnny Griffin has not missed a beat.
HAMMOND | A Ford Heights man was sentenced Friday to 10 years in federal prison for dealing heroin, Hammond federal court records show.
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