Man, 53, dies after awning weighed down by snow collapses in Pullman

The awning was an add-on to the building and not part of the infrastructure.

Winter storm warning goes into effect early Monday, with 8 to 12 inches of snow possible and wind chill values near minus 20

Valentine's Day weather in Chicago maintains the area's recent deep freeze that will last through early next week, meteorologists said.

As the pandemic changes the way people shop, food co-ops offer some the chance to ‘solve problems on a community level’

While customers say the Dill Pickle is a fixture in the Logan Square food economy, residents around the region — from Rogers Park to Lombard to Woodstock — are in different stages of trying to launch three other food co-ops.

Winter storm warning declared as heavy, wet snow 5-9 inches deep to blanket Chicago area Saturday into Sunday

Another strong winter storm is expected this weekend with snow potentially reaching up to 9 inches in the Chicago area, according to the National Weather Service.

Raul Montes Sr., longtime Little Village activist who also worked for Chuy Garcia, dies

Raul Montes Sr., longtime Little Village activist, died from COVID-19

University of Chicago scholar killed in shooting spree remembered as ‘a kind individual and an extraordinary student’

Under a small tent adorned with bouquets of white flowers, a handful of students and university members braced the drizzling rain to remember Fan as a brilliant student and colleague who was dedicated to his research.

Student draws lessons from current events for MLK speech competition: ‘If Dr. King was alive today he would remind us all what he fought for’

The event provides fourth and fifth grade CPS students an opportunity to remember and pay tribute to the late civil rights leader.

As driver’s license offices reopened again, those braving the long lines also had to deal with freezing temps

Social distancing and customer limits have reduced the number of people who can be served in a given day.

Low temperatures and sunshine expected to continue today, but there will be no white Christmas in Chicago this year

This has been one of the coldest Christmas mornings in Chicago in recent history.

Bursts of snow predicted in Chicago area Monday morning

Classic Chicago winter weather is on the horizon this week with bursts of snow predicted for late Sunday into Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service.