Saturday Jul 19
Ice cream parlor illustrates farm to table at Historic Wagner Farm in Glenview
As a 16-year-old teenager at Glenbrook South High School, Sarah Schoeneberg's first summer job was selling Homer's Ice Cream at a Glenview cone shop at Waukegan Road and East Lake Avenue.
Cepeda: What $3.7 billion could do for Chicago
A man is wheeled on a stretcher after being shot in the leg on Chicago's South Side on July 6. More than 50 people were shot, including multiple deaths, during the long Fourth of July weekend.
What do they make? Salaries for elected officials
With all the discussion about government spending and budget trimming, Sun-Times Media decided to take a look at what local elected officials make and how their salaries compare to others in surrounding communities.
The risk of self-incrimination in cross-border disputes: Hollinger Case Study - Part III
The Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Treaty is one way in which incriminating evidence in Canada can be shared with prosecutors in the United States .
Illinois woman seeks clemency in buried-alive case
Lori Guimond, Lori Brault, attorney Margaret Byrne and Genevieve Woodrich, lef to right, go before the Illinois Prisoner Review Board Tuesday, July 8, 2014, in Chicago to seek clemency for Nancy Rish, 52, who was convicted in 1988 as an accomplice in the kidnapping and killing of prominent Kankakee businessman Stephen Small.
Killed on the Fourth of July
CHICAGO was like a war zone over the American Fourth of July weekend, with at least 84 people shot and 14 killed in a spate of shocking violence.
9 killed, dozens hurt in Chicago holiday shootings
In this Saturday, July 5, 2014 photo, Georgia Utendahl, left, and Shanice Smith, right, grieve after learning that their family member was shot by police on Chicago's South Side.
Fourth of July in Chicago: 14 shot dead, dozens injured
A Chicago man who was shot in the leg on Sunday, July 6 is taken away on a stretcher.
Voter gloominess shapes race for Illinois governor
In this June 29, 2014 photo, Illinois GOP gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner talks to the congregation at a church in Chicago about his involvement in community education.
Court orders Indiana to recognize 1 gay marriage
In this 2011 file photo, Amy Sandler, right, and her wife, Niki Quasney, pose for a photo in Munster, Ind.