Evanston police release camera footage showing fatal shooting of gunman who went on killing spree that left 4 dead, 3 wounded

Evanston police released dashboard and body camera footage of the fatal Jan. 9 shooting of Jason Nightengale, who authorities said went on a random shooting spree starting in East Hyde Park in Chicago.

Woman injured, residents displaced after Evanston apartment fire

One woman was injured and a family was displaced after a fire broke out at an Evanston apartment building Thursday afternoon.

Indiana man charged with murder after death of Evanston attorney Daniel Murray, who is remembered as a ‘luminously decent fellow’

An Indiana man has been charged with murder in the death of an Evanston attorney who spent years volunteering for legal aid nonprofits.

Man charged after shots fired, barricade response in Evanston

Evanston police have charged a man after shots were fired Nov. 10, resulting in a large police response to a home on Dodge Avenue.

Evanston issues stay-at-home advisory after reporting record-high number of new COVID-19 cases last two days

Evanston officials on Friday issued an advisory stay-at-home order for residents due to rising COVID-19 numbers.

As Evanston stares down major budget deficit, the town’s financial ties to Northwestern University become even more apparent

As the pandemic drags on and Evanston contends with an end-of-year budget deficit, city officials are realizing just how close their balance sheet is tied to Northwestern University.

Family of Jacob Blake takes part in March on Washington: ‘We can make a historic change for people’

Jacob Blake's father and uncle are participating in the March on Washington Friday afternoon.

Jacob Blake, shot by police officer in Kenosha, part of Evanston family long associated with community activism

Jacob Blake, who was shot by a police officer in Kenosha, was raised in Evanston and is the grandson of a noted pastor and housing rights activist.