Jerry Kruase, the Chicago Bulls GM who put together the Michael Jordan championship teams, died at age 77. He was married to Thelma Krause.
Dominique, a girl from the Ivory Coast, was born with four legs and a “parasite twin.” The child underwent rare surgery in Chicago. See photos and learn more.
A teenage girl was gang raped on a Facebook Live video stream in Chicago, her family says. Police are investigating.
Ezekiel “Zeke” Emanuel, the architect of Obamacare, will be meeting with President Donald Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan and Tom Price on Monday.
A 2-year-old boy and a 26-year-old man were killed, and a woman was injured, in a shooting in Chicago that was streamed in a Facebook Live video by one of the victims.
Takiya Holmes was an 11-year-old girl shot in Chicago over the weekend. Antwan Jones was charged with her murder.
Jedidiah Brown, a Chicago activist, streamed Facebook Live videos as he threatened suicide in a police standoff. Brown once stormed the stage at a Trump rally.
Chris Kennedy, a businessman and the son of the late Robert F. Kennedy, will run for Illinois Governor in 2018.
Lowell Houser, a Chicago police officer, has been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting of Jose Nieves. Houser was off duty when he shot Nieves, police say.
Brittany Herring (Brittany Covington) and Tanishia Covington are two sisters accused in the Chicago torture video Facebook Live case. See photos of them.
Chicago Police have charged four people with hate crime and several other charges in the brutal torture and kidnapping of a disabled man that was streamed live on Facebook.
Tesfaye Cooper and Jordan Hill are accused of being among suspects who tortured a special needs man on Facebook Live video while accusing him of supporting Donald Trump.
Tanishia Covington is accused of being part of a group who tortured a special needs man on Facebook Live video in Chicago, saying he was a Trump supporter.
The Brittany Herring streamed Chicago Facebook Live torture video is trending on Twitter with the hashtag #BLMKidnapping. But why is Black Lives Matter in it?
The Chicago torture video contains explicit mentions of race, but Chicago police are stopping short of calling it a hate crime – at least for now.