Currency Exchange Services May Increase With New Proposal A state panel is considering a proposal that would make currency exchange services more expensive for Illinois residents, and that isn't sitting well with some.
Algonquin Holds River Relief Benefit To Help Charitable Organizations And Those Affected By Flooding,The Founders’ Days Committee will host a River Relief Benefit at Riverfront Park this weekend, with a portion of the proceeds going to organizations like the American Red Cross and Salvation Army that helped out residents during the flooding.
Buyer Beware: Vehicles Damaged By Harvey Floods Coming To Used Car Lots"People need to protect themselves, particularly now, as they may be in the market for a used vehicle," said Beth Mosher, with AAA Chicago.
Chicago Feels Hurricane Irma ImpactThe natural disaster bearing down on the Caribbean is prompting massive evacuations from Florida.
At Issue: Officials Look At Disaster Preparedness In Wake Of HarveyTexas Gov. Greg Abbott says it will take years for the state to recover from Hurricane Harvey, a disaster that has local officials looking at ways to help, as well as their own preparedness.
Made In Chicago: Kimmer's Ice CreamKimmer's Ice Cream opened its first location in St. Charles in 2010 and added a second location in downtown Wheaton two years ago.
Anti-Hate Rally, March Held In Solidarity In ChicagoWith a rally at Federal Plaza, hundreds kicked off the anti-hate protest in the city. Similar protests took place across the country.
Total Solar Eclipse Of 2017: Chicago CoverageAll across Chicago, star gazers were focused on a celestial wonder -- the total solar eclipse of 2017.
Charity Giving Out School Supply Kits For Needy StudentsBack 2 School Illinois was distributing nearly 14,000 of its signature school supply kits Wednesday morning at Broadway Armory Park.
Two Chicago Cops Honored For Catching Gunman Who Shot One Of ThemThe Chicago Police Memorial Foundation on Tuesday named officers Michael Hudson and Patrick Forbes the Officers of the Month for August.
27 People Arrested, More Than 200 Hospitalized Over Four Days Of LollapaloozaTwenty-seven people were arrested over the four days of the Lollapalooza music festival, while more than 200 were taken to hospitals by paramedics this past weekend in Grant Park.
Lollapalooza Pays Tribute To The 60s, With Cool TemperaturesIt sure didn't feel like your average August afternoon in Chicago.