How to navigate the crowds, gastro-cacophony and, oh yes, good foodTo figure out Eataly, you need advice and expectations for steering through lines of restaurant-goers, the gape-eyed who tote glasses of wine and an overwhelming variety of food.
Fourteen years ago, a Chicagoan named Walter Payton died too young.
Brian Urlacher on "Fox Sports Daily" said that Bears backup quarterback Josh McCown should be the starter over injured Jay Cutler.
Through two months of open enrollment in new health insurance plans created under President Obama's health care law, nearly 365,000 Americans have selected policies, including 7,043 in Illinois.
Gynecologist continued to practice for years as misconduct complaints multipliedAn expectant mother was raped by her longtime gynecologist 11 years ago, but on Tuesday she still struggled to describe the pain.
Office Depot has chosen Boca Raton, Fla., for its new headquarters over Naperville.
The temperature dipped below zero overnight at O'Hare airport, the earliest that has happened here since 1995, and it's not warming anytime soon.
World leaders from President Obama to Cuba's Raul Castro joined thousands of South Africans to honor Nelson Mandela on Tuesday in a memorial service.
The chill factor on the lakefront Monday night at Soldier Field would not compare to a possible icy feeling of despair for the Bears if the Cowboys were to hand them a devastating loss.
A South Side man who had spent decades behind bars left prison today after a Cook County judge on Tuesday threw out his conviction for a 1980s rape in a case that was linked with disgraced former Chicago police Cmdr.
An unidentified fake sign language interpreter took to the stage during a mass memorial for the anti-apartheid leader.
A generally smooth rush hour was reported this morning as the second winter storm to hit in four days dropped up to 3 inches of snow across the Chicago area.
Police say a suburban ambulance driver was three times over the legal limit for alcohol when he ran a red light, his emergency lights and sirens on, and crashed into a pickup truck in the Sheridan Park neighborhood.
Chicagoans will have a chance to sing, dance and pay respects to former South African President Nelson Mandela at services later this week.
Brookfield Zoo showed off its two new baby dolphin calves today for the first time since their birth in October.
Jay Cutler or Josh McCown at quarterback? It's not just a hot topic in Chicago.
Da Coach says feud with team 'blown out of proportion'Mike Ditka said any real or perceived acrimony between him and the Bears has been "swept under the carpet" following the retirement of his No.
Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch missed a chance to play in a BCS bowl, but he still will make a trip to New York.
A buck trapped in the frozen Des Plaines River did not survive despite the efforts of firefighters who donned thermal suits and crawled over ice to rescue him.
The Chicago City Council today approved measures to give the Cubs more flexibility on scheduling night games, an advertising archway over Clark Street and permission to push back the exterior outfield walls at Wrigley Field as part of the team’s planned $300 million renovation of the iconic-but-aging ballpark.
A 27-year-old Chicago man came forward today, accusing former Roman Catholic priest and convicted sex offender Daniel McCormack of sexually abusing him when he attended baptism classes at St.
TCF will also add 52 more 'L' station ATMsTCF National Bank said Wednesday it will close 37 branches inside Jewel stores in the Chicago area in order to focus on growth elsewhere, including the addition of more "L" station ATMs.
Chicago-area drivers are bracing for a rough commute as an early morning storm is expected to drop 1 to 3 inches of snow before 10 a.m., according to forecasters.
Yoga studio opens inside Terminal 3 rotundaThose at Chicago O'Hare International Airport now have a place to escape long lines, layovers and the stress caused by a flight delays.
The Cubs today won early backing from aldermen to push back the exterior outfield walls at Wrigley Field as part of a $300 million rehab of the ballpark.
They sign the Buffett-Gates Giving PledgeChicago tech entrepreneur Eric Lefkofsky and his wife, Liz, have signed the Giving Pledge, promising to give more than half their wealth to charity.
Offense takes advantage of dreadful Dallas 'D'On a frigid night at Soldier Field that featured the retirement of Mike Ditka's jersey number, the Chicago Bears were red-hot on offense in a 45-28 rout of the Dallas Cowboys.
The quick spot-cleaning that CTA rail cars receive when trains pull into terminals in the mornings and afternoons will be eliminated at the end of the year, the rail workers union said it was told by the transit agency Monday.
The mother of the 2-year-old girl who was mauled to death by a dog over the weekend said she is "doing OK" this morning and is planning to give needy children the Christmas toys she had planned to give to her daughter.