Turi speaks with the director of the Illinois Emergency Management Agency, Jonathon Monken, to learn about the emergency measures in place for Illinois and Chicago in the wake of the Boston Marathon tragedy.
Chicago police K-9 office Michael Walter and his dog Bob were placed on high alert after the Boston Marathon bombing. Walter checks trains on the red line at Jackson during the evening rush hour, April 15, 2013. (Chris Walker / Chicago Tribune)
Police are questioning and seeking felony child endangerment charges against a woman whose infant daughter was found dead in a Lawndale neighborhood apartment. The mom was arrested two blocks from home. […]
Members of a key Northwestern Indiana planning agency approved today going ahead with the Illiana Corridor, a proposed toll road that would serve primarily as a trucking corridor linking interstates in Illinois and Indiana. […]
An ambitious plan to transform part of the historic Essanay Studios complex in Chicago's Uptown neighborhood into a museum celebrating the history of silent film in the city and a cultural performance space has been cancelled by the owner of the buildings, St. Augustine College. […]