Michelle Gallardo, ABC 7 Chicago

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ABC 7 Chicago

Chicago, IL, United States

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Police plead for help solving case after couple found shot to death in Hobart apartment

Police in Hobart, Indiana are asking for help in solving a double homicide. → Read More

Fire at Schaumburg business draws large firefighter response

Firefighters are on the scene of a fire at a business in Schaumburg. → Read More

Rev. James Meeks delivers last sermon at Chicago's largest African American church after 38 years

Now, after 38 years at the helm, Pastor Meeks delivered his last sermon at Chicago's largest African American church. → Read More

Ukrainian refugees grateful for Valparaiso woman's help in US as they celebrate 1st Thanksgiving

The family is focused on the positives during the holiday with the help of their host and the entire community that has wrapped their arms around them. → Read More

J Parker shooting: Man shot, killed during fight at Hotel Lincoln rooftop lounge, Chicago police say

A man was killed in a fight-turned-shooting a North Side hotel lounge, Chicago police said. → Read More

How Pilsen transitioned from a Bohemian neighborhood to the heart of Chicago's Mexican community

Pilsen, in fact, is named after a city in the Czech Republic. But from 1960 to 1970, Pilsen's Mexican population more than doubled. → Read More

Chicago police shoot man with gun inside 10th District station in North Lawndale, Supt. Brown says

The man entered the lobby and began shouting anti-police sentiments, then pointed a gun at the officers working the front desk, CPD Supt. David Brown said. → Read More

Dozens of families from Mexico reunite in Aurora after decades apart

It was an emotional reunion for many loved ones traveling from Mexico to visit family they haven't seen in as many as 30 years. → Read More

300 couples from Chicago area renewed vows to mark golden wedding anniversary

Renewing their vows to each other during a highly emotional service, couples from all over the Chicago area were joined by their families during this very special celebration. → Read More

Man killed in road rage stabbing near Mag Mile 'took care of a lot of people,' girlfriend says

Jeremy Walker was killed when he was stabbed in the neck during a road rage incident in River North. → Read More

Chicago Public Schools students, teachers gear up for 2022-23 school year

It is a couple of weeks earlier than usual, but this school year looks to be the most "normal" for Chicago Public Schools since the pandemic began. → Read More

R Kelly Chicago trial: What to expect as singer faces producing child pornography charges

The case that gets underway Monday in federal court in Chicago, however, is in some ways a do-over of a state child pornography trial held 14 years ago in Cook County. → Read More

Will Chicago police enforce the consent decree mandating police reform after Robert Boik fired?

Boik was fired Tuesday by Superintendent David Brown after he sent an email calling on Brown to reverse a decision to relocate 46 officers from his department back street patrol as part of CPD's effort to bolster its presence in hot spots around the city, including CTA. → Read More

Chicago police add new CTA train patrols; K-9 units to return

Commuters may see an increased police presence on CTA trains Monday morning. → Read More

Oak Lawn police dashcam video sparks protests as officers seen hitting teen during arrest

Police dashcam video that captured the moments lading up to a teenager's violent arrest has sparked outrage and protests in Oak Lawn. → Read More

Oak Lawn police release dashcam video that shows officers hitting teen during arrest

Oak Lawn police are defending the officers' actions after releasing dashcam video of the incident. → Read More

Monkeypox cases near 300 in Chicago as city distributes 15K vaccine doses, CDPH says

There have now been more known cases of Monkeypox diagnosed in the United States than in any other country worldwide, the CDC said. → Read More

Governor JB Pritzker 'feeling better,' tests negative after contracting COVID-19

Governor Pritzker posted on social media that he is ready to get back to work in person. → Read More

Governor JB Pritzker tests positive for COVID-19

Governor JB Pritzker announced Tuesday that he tested positive for COVID 19. → Read More

6 killed, 24 hurt in Highland Park shooting along parade route; 4th of July events canceled

Six people were killed and 24 injured during a Highland Park shooting at a 4th of July parade → Read More