Chicago

As many as 15 people, including three children, were injured in a drive-by shooting on Halloween night that sent shots flying into a crowd along a Chicago street corner, police said.

The victim at the center of R. Kelly's 2002 sex tape and 2008 trial is finally cooperating with authorities in his current Chicago case.

An investigation into the relocation of a polluted scrap facility on Chicago's Southeast Side found that residents had civil rights violated.

A 19-year-old man fatally shot a 17-year-old girl in Chicago after she purposefully threw water on a McDonald's employee in Little Village.

Homeless Chicago icon "The Walking Man" became the victim of a gruesome attack after he was doused with flammable liquid and set on fire.

One Chicago man thought it would be fun to boast the city's gun problem by pointing a gun at a local news crew as they filmed a live segment.

A Chicago woman sadly became a victim of captivity after police found her chained & sexually assaulted in an abandoned house in West Pullman. 

After being pardoned in 2017 for a robbery he didn't commit, wrongfully convicted Chicago resident Keith Cooper has now reached a whopping $7.5 million settlement in Elkhart, Indiana that highlights the bigger problem of misconduct within the city's police department. 

Chicago rapper Lil Durk is choosing to align his artistry with career mentorship by using his Neighborhood Heroes Foundation to give back in a huge way to teens on the South Side where he was raised. 

GRAMMY-winning artist Chance The Rapper chose to give back for the occasion of his 29th birthday this past weekend, working with his non-profit organization SocialWorks to give out 1,500 meals to the community of Chicago.

One Chicago man cooked up an elaborate scheme that tricked two sisters out of $36,000 in cash collectively by using the brand of GRAMMY-winning rapper Chance The Rapper as a pawn in his diabolical scam.

Choosing something to retire for 40 days during Lent varies depending on the person, but members at First United Church of Oak Park in suburban Chicago decided on "fasting from whiteness" by refusing to perform hymns composed and/or written by white musicians.