Pieces From Chicago Plane On Fire Flew Thousands Of FeetEngine pieces from an American Airlines plane that caught fire Friday on a runway at Chicago's O'Hare airport were found thousands of feet away, a federal investigator said.
After 71 Years, World Series Returns To Wrigley FieldCubs slugger Kyle Schwarber was followed by fans with cameras and cell phones. A couple of pitchers from the Indians played hacky sack in the outfield. So, no, nothing like the last World Series at Wrigley Field.
Those Tiny T. Rex Arms Appear Little Used, Researchers SayIt turns out The Field Museum's Tyrannosaurus, Sue, didn't use those tiny arms very much. At least that's the initial conclusion from a detailed look at the fossil's right forelimb.
Warning: Chicago Felony Lane Gang Members Possibly In TownThe Allen Police Department issued a warning on Friday night after investigators received intelligence that a group of men from Illinois could be traveling to DFW over the next few days to commit financial crimes.
Pride Parades Remember Orlando Shooting VictimsRainbow flags were held high along with portraits of the dead as thousands of people marched Sunday in gay pride parades tempered by this month's massacre at a Florida gay nightclub.
American Airlines Apologizes For Barring Musician's ViolinA concert musician who was not allowed to board a flight with her violin hopes that the incident will raise awareness of regulations that permit violins and other small instruments as carry-on luggage.
Rockwall Teacher's Use Of N-Word In Class Rocks DistrictA seventh grade teacher from the Rockwall Independent School District was placed on "administrative leave" Thursday after conducting a lesson to provoke discussion about society's use of the N-word.
Arrieta Throws 2nd Career No-Hitter As Cubs Beat Reds 16-0Plano's own Jake Arrieta of the Chicago Cubs pitched his second no-hitter in a span of 11 regular-season starts, shutting down the Cincinnati Reds in a 16-0 rout Thursday night
25 Prospects Scheduled To Attend NFL DraftThe NFL said Tuesday that 25 prospects are scheduled to attend the draft in Chicago at the end of the month.
Peace, Love & Understanding? Not Always At The Rock HallLove is often in short supply at the annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction. For all the good vibes of a career's crowning achievement, the event can be a display case for long-running feuds, petty jealousies and business disputes.
5 Must-See Cities On Your Midwest Road TripA profile of the five must-see cities on a road trip through the Midwest
Protesters Celebrate Trump Rally CancellationThere were no apparent physical confrontations between the two sides as police officers on foot and horseback worked to keep them apart.
Guide To The Best St. Patrick's Day Celebrations In The WorldSt. Patrick’s Day is the time of year when everyone digs out their favorite green outfits from the back of their closets and heads out to celebrate this festive Irish-themed holiday.
Foodie's Guide To ChicagoA food lover's guide to the best food and restaurants in Chicago
N.W.A. Joins 1970s Hitmakers In Rock HallThe groundbreaking Los Angeles rap act N.W.A. will join a quartet of 1970s era FM radio rockers -- Chicago, Cheap Trick, Deep Purple and Steve Miller -- as 2016 inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.