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Rogers Park

Rogers Park
Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood is known for its vintage apartments and Victorian houses, its proximity to Loyola University Chicago, and its independent spirit. Read about Rogers Park
Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood is known for its vintage apartments and Victorian houses, its proximity to Loyola University Chicago, and its independent spirit. Read about Rogers Park « Show less

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  • 2 shot, including man shoveling snow on South Side

    2 shot, including man shoveling snow on South Side
    Two people were shot late last night and this morning including a man was shot in the arm while shoveling snow in the Stony Island Park neighborhood, police said. The second attack happened late last night in the West Rogers Park neighborhood. Two...
  • 2 dead on South Side after apparent home invasion

    2 dead on South Side after apparent home invasion
    Two men were found dead Sunday morning after an apparent home invasion in the South Chicago neighborhood, authorities said. Authorities said the men, 18 and 35, were apparently shot to death during a home invasion in the 9100 block of South Commercial...
  • Police: Barricade, hostage situation ends with arrest in Rogers Park

    Police: Barricade, hostage situation ends with arrest in Rogers Park
    A man who holed himself and a woman up inside an apartment following a domestic incident has been arrested and the situation is under control this evening in the Rogers Park neighborhood, police said. Police were summoned to an apartment in the 1300 block...
  • What to do if you lose your Ventra card

    What to do if you lose your Ventra card
    After riding the No. 22 Clark bus last month, TJ Holly of Rogers Park noticed his pocket was a little lighter. Thankfully, his wallet was still there—but his Ventra card was gone. He logged onto ventrachicago.com Dec. 15 to report his card missing...
  • Snow moves out, cold moves in (again)

    Snow moves out, cold moves in (again)
    Gusting winds drove wind chills to minus-20 and whipped up a lake-effect squall that left more than half a foot of snow across Chicago and up to a foot in some parts of southern Cook County and northwest Indiana. Temperatures are not expected to climb...
  • Police: Man stabbed on North Side over 'unwanted sexual advances'

    Police: Man stabbed on North Side over 'unwanted sexual advances'
    A man has been charged with stabbing man he was staying with in the Cragin neighborhood on the Northwest Side, allegedly over unwanted sexual advances, according to police. Jose Garcia, 40, is accused of stabbing the other man, 37, around 3 a.m....
  • Domestic battery charges filed against Rogers Park man

    Domestic battery charges filed against Rogers Park man
    Felony charges have been filed against a parolee who barricaded himself inside his Rogers Park apartment Sunday afternoon after attacking a woman, police said. Rozell R. Pullum, 30, of the 1300 block of West Birchwood Avenue, was charged with aggravated...
  • More recordings played at NATO 3 trial

    More recordings played at NATO 3 trial
    Lawyers for the so-called NATO 3 got their first crack at cross-examining the first of two undercover Chicago police officers Thursday after Cook County prosecutors finished playing more than 50 undercover recordings that form the backbone of their case....
  • Recordings, testimony at NATO 3 trial show bumbling men

    Recordings, testimony at NATO 3 trial show bumbling men
    Days before the 2012 NATO summit, Chicago authorities made national headlines when they announced the arrests of three "domestic terrorists" who had plotted attacks against Mayor Rahm Emanuel's home, President Barack Obama's re-election headquarters and...
  • Chicago bracing for second deep-freeze in a month

    Chicago bracing for second deep-freeze in a month
    For the second time in less than a month, predictions of dangerous subzero temperatures have closed many Chicago-area schools Monday, invited transportation delays and added to a general fatigue over the unrelenting chill and unusually high snowfall....
  • Cyclists keep biking through Chicago winters

    Cyclists keep biking through Chicago winters
    Plunging temperatures and piles of snow don't deter a dedicated group of cyclists who ride through the Chicago winter. Bicyclists, it's cold outside. But the plunging temperatures and piles of snow aren't about to deter a dedicated group of city...
  • Haymarket Opera makes another foray into French baroque rarities

     Haymarket Opera makes another foray into French baroque rarities
    With Chicago Opera Theater now focusing on contemporary music theater works, the responsibility for introducing Chicago audiences to seldom-performed stage works from the 17th and 18th centuries rests on the Haymarket Opera Company. Since its debut in...