After Fan Backlash, White Sox Take Steps To Correct ‘Loretta’s Lounge’ Name Change Flap That Stunned Late Beer Vendor’s Family
After it became "LaRussa's Lounge," fans spoke up for longtime vendor Loretta Micele. The Sox have promised to print a replica sign for her family, but one won't be going up in the ballpark.
White Sox Face Backlash After Renaming Late Beer Vendor’s ‘Loretta’s Lounge’ To Honor Tony La Russa
“Loretta’s Lounge" was dedicated to beloved concession worker Loretta Micele during the 2005 World Series to commemorate her 60th year working for the team.
Man Charged With Killing Polish Immigrant Jakub ‘Kuba’ Marchewka On Easter Denied Bail
Jakub “Kuba” Marchewka, 28, was fatally shot in a Northwest Side parking lot on Easter Sunday after bumping another car with his car door, police and his family said.
Pilsen Man Held On $10 Million Bail, Charged With Shooting 2 Cops During Alleged Shootout On West Side
Bruce Lua has been charged with attempted murder and is still hospitalized. The two officers were treated and released for gunshot wounds, Supt. David Brown said.
11-Year-Old Accused With Two Others Of Carjacking Man In Uptown, Authorities Say
Police and prosecutors say the boy, a 19-year-old man and one other person attacked a 59-year-old getting items out of his car. Two of them were arrested two hours later.
New Bucktown Wine Shop Aims To Make Buying Wine A Less Intimidating Experience
Door 24 specializes in natural wines and hard-to-find wines from small growers. Most of the shop's selection is priced between $20 and $30.
2-Year-Old Girl Among 5 Children, Teens Shot This Weekend In Chicago
No one was in custody in any of the shootings.
Downtown Synagogue Hopes Worshippers Return Soon To Save Building — And Its Famed Stained Glass Window
Leaders of Chicago Loop Synagogue say the 92-year-old institution might not last another 18 months unless regular worshippers return.
2 Police Officers, 1 Man Wounded In Alleged Shootout In North Lawndale Sunday, Police Say
The two cops and man were shot after the officers responded to a ShotSpotter alert Sunday morning, police said. The officers have been released from the hospital. The man's condition stabilized.
Man Charged With Planting Fake Bomb Near Bryn Mawr Red Line Stop, Delaying Trains For Hours
A 57-year-old man is charged with terrorism for alleging planting the fake bomb under the "L" stop May 8, police said.
Alleged Shooter Who Wielded AK-47-Style Gun In Jaslyn Adams Murder Fled To Miami, Still At Large, Feds Say
Prosecutors allege Devontay Anderson, 21, is the second person who attacked Jaslyn and her father at a West Side McDonald's drive-thru last month.
‘Tomato Man’ Bringing His Plants To Chicago For 1-Day Sale In Lincoln Park And Portage Park
Bob Zeni normally sells hundreds of heirloom tomato plants from his driveway in La Grange Park. This year, he's selling the plants at two North Side events.
Bomb Scare Near Bryn Mawr Red Line Station Shuts Down Service, Streets For More Than 2 Hours
The fake device, which appeared to be made from plastic PVC pipe, had a wick in the middle of it. Police officials determined it was not a bomb.
Fellow Veterans Organize Impromptu Parade To Honor Jefferson Park Man On His 100th Birthday
Hillard Dominowski celebrated his big day with his family — and a group of new friends who came out to honor him.
Black Men Were Targeted In Chicago Police Warrants 25 Times More Than White Men, Inspector General Finds
The report also found the number of search warrant raids fell sharply in 2020 after the wrongful and humiliating raid on Anjanette Young's home.
2 High School Basketball Stars Wounded In Drive-By Shooting In Englewood
Tyler Johnson, a student at DePaul College Prep, and TaKiya “TK” Howard, a student at De La Salle Institute, were wounded in Monday night's shooting.
Man Who Drove Truck Into Logan Square Picnickers Said, ‘Watch What I’m Going To Do,’ Before Attack, Prosecutors Say
Timothy Nielsen, 57, was denied bond Monday. Nielsen allegedly said he was “annoyed with yuppies on the boulevard who are out with their dogs,” before the attack, prosecutors said.
Jefferson Park Man Turning 100 Has A Secret To His Longevity: Cake, Pie — And Living Life To The Fullest
Hillard Dominowski never celebrated his birthday growing up — his family was too busy. But on Thursday, he'll celebrate turning 100 with his family and friends.
No Bail For One Of Alleged Shooters In Jaslyn Adams’ Murder; Second Gunman Still At Large, Police Say
Prosecutors said Desmon Goudy was one of the shooters who ambushed Jaslyn and her father while they were sitting in a McDonald's drive thru in Homan Square.
Restoration Of 35 Historic But Vacant Pullman Row Houses Underway
The homes, which have sat vacant for decades, will be restored and sold as affordable housing.