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Smoke 'em if you've got 'em — and then hurry and quit, because Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is planning a massive tax increase on cigarettes.
Thirteen people have been shot at a park on Chicago's southwest side, including a 3-year-old boy who was in critical condition.
The Chicago Cubs' planned $500 million renovation of Wrigley Field has won the approval of another city commission and the support of the local alderman _ all but assuring the project will go forward.
A legal battle that NBA star Dwyane Wade and his ex-wife have been fighting for years has a new chapter.
Police in Chicago are investigating a human leg found on a Lake Michigan beach on the South Side.
Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk is an out-of-touch white man with "simplistic, unworkable" ideas to fix Chicago's gang problem, said a black congressman from the state.
By many accounts, "The Iron Lady" credits Mrs. Thatcher as a kind of objective feminist who overcame long odds through force of will and personality in rising to the top of a male-dominated political arena. That wasn't enough for Mr. Ebert. "Was she a monster? A heroine?" he demanded. "The movie has no opinion." Guess which one she was in the critic's opinion.
Fans of the lovable losers have something to look forward to, after all.
Roger Ebert, the most famous and popular film reviewer of his time who became the first journalist to win a Pulitzer Prize for movie criticism and, on his long-running TV program, wielded the nation's most influential thumb, died Thursday. He was 70.
Famed film critic Roger Ebert died Thursday afternoon, a day after announcing he was taking a "leave of presence" after learning his cancer had returned, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. He was 70.
Film critic Roger Ebert, 70, announced his 46th year of writing for the Chicago Sun-Times with sad news: He's taking a "leave of presence" following a fracture that he just learned was the result of cancer.
Chicago Police have a new crime-fighting tool. It's called — walking the beat.
The Atlanta woman who had filed a paternity suit against former basketball sensation Michael Jordan has abruptly dropped her case.
R&B star R. Kelly's Chicago-area mansion has been sold for $950,000 in a foreclosure auction.
A Chicago Democrat is pushing legislation that would ban the slaughtering and selling of lion meat in Illinois.