DENVER— The Bulls trailed the Nuggets 56-49 at the half and guard Derrick Rose was ruled out in the second half with left hamstring tightness.
The former owner of the Chicago Rush arena football team can live on house arrest at a friend's Gold Coast apartment while he awaits trial on fraud charges stemming from his ill-fated purchase of the team last year, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
An elderly couple who narrowly escaped when a small cargo plane crashed into their home is suing the airline company.
A federal judge on Tuesday ordered that no physical changes be made to the proposed site for George Lucas' museum without approval from the court, which is hearing a lawsuit brought by open-space advocates who oppose locating the "Star Wars" creator's museum on the lakefront.
A veteran Chicago police officer who was allegedly caught on surveillance cameras punching and kicking a convenience store security worker pleaded not guilty Tuesday to federal charges alleging he used excessive force.
Saying the FBI has "cleared" them, Hammond's mayor has returned two police officers to regular duty two months after they were accused of using excessive force during a traffic stop, smashing a window and using a Taser on a passenger.
An eight-floor residential building collapsed overnight in Cairo, killing at least 18 people and injuring seven others, security sources said on Tuesday, adding that the casualty figure was expected to rise.
Seven people were injured when a car crashed into a building in the East Garfield Park neighborhood on the West Side early Tuesday morning, authorities said.
SALT LAKE CITY — Derrick Rose was concerned about fatigue in his return after missing the previous four games with a left hamstring injury.
An off-duty Chicago police officer was arrested Sunday after he was pulled over by Merrionette Park police on suspicion of drunken driving and got into a confrontation that may have included firing shots at a Merrionette Park officer, authorities said.
Fifteen key air-traffic control facilities would take over airplane guidance during emergencies in which part or all of the primary control system is knocked offline, according to a $65 million proposal that U.S.
Drivers beware of where you park.
Chicago Tribune Media Group's Lake County News-Sun reports: Lake County prosecutors are waiting for DNA evidence to be processed before moving forward in a sex crimes case involving ex-Bulls player and coach Rick Brunson.
Deals on flat screen TVs and fancy electronics are a staple of Black Friday. But what about a free car?
No injuries were reported when a small fire broke out on the top floor and roof of the old post office building in the South Loop Tuesday morning, officials said.
Apple and Google want to get in your car.
Windy, overcast weather is expected to continue Tuesday in the Chicago area.
A St. Louis County grand jury declined to indict Ferguson, Missouri, police Officer Darren Wilson, who is white, in the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown, St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch said on Monday.
Activists who had gathered at Chicago public safety headquarters Monday evening to await a grand jury's decision in the death of Michael Brown, marched downtown via to Lake Shore Drive.
Paul McGee is leaving Three Dots and a Dash, the popular River North tiki bar that has earned accolades from around the world since opening less than 16 months ago.
The board that oversees the state bar exam has agreed to a "stop-the-clock" break for a woman who is planning to take the grueling test in February, when she will be nursing her newborn baby and will need to pump breast milk.
An explosion of built-up natural gas from a leak likely caused the collapse of a three-story condominium building in the Washington Park neighborhood over the weekend, the Chicago Fire Department determined Tuesday.
A 500-mile transmission line designed to move wind power from Iowa to Grundy County, Ill. can move forward, Illinois regulators decided Tuesday.
Home prices in September in the Chicago area declined for the first time in seven months but remain above their year-earlier levels, according to a widely watched national housing barometer released Tuesday.
About two dozen members of the Chicago chapter of Black Youth Project 100, an organization of young African-Americans focused on economic empowerment and fair treatment by police for black people, plus decriminalization of marijuana, started a sit-in Tuesday morning in front of Mayor Rahm...
President Barack Obama returns home to Chicago Tuesday afternoon seeking to boost support for his unilateral action to allow millions of immigrants in the country without legal permission to live and work in the United States and not fear deportation.
Several residents were displaced when a fire broke out in northwest suburban Vernon Hills Monday morning, authorities said.
Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr., in a statement released late Monday, appeared to try to distance the ongoing federal investigation into the Ferguson, Mo., shooting death of Michael Brown from that of local authorities.
Gunshots were heard and bottles were thrown as anger rippled through a crowd outside the Ferguson Police Department in suburban St. Louis after authorities on Monday announced that a grand jury voted not to indict a white officer in the August shooting death of an unarmed black teen.
The fire that killed 32 horses in a barn near Woodstock apparently started in a hayloft, but investigators said Monday they may never know the cause of the blaze.