Fourteen of the painted fiberglass horses you might have seen on the streets of Chicago this summer have been put up for auction on eBay this week, to benefit the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation.
What’s left of an old Loop ‘L’ station is being sold off piece by piece in what some may say is an odd partnership.
We’re now getting a look at everything that Oprah plans to sell at auction next month, reports WBBM’s Regine Schlesinger.
An auction house is preparing to sell what it says is a pair of Nike basketball shoes Jordan wore in 1984. CBS 2’s Mike Parker takes a peek.
An unusal auction was scheduled for this weekend, featuring rare antiques and memorabilia amassed by a suburban hoarder.
The Illinois Treasurer’s office is auctioning off unclaimed property as part of its I-Cash program. The auction runs from Monday until 10 a.m. Friday.
Hotels now want to treat you like a storage unit full of crappy furniture — they bid on YOU!
Even in prison, convicted fraudster and TV pitchman Kevin Trudeau has something to sell.
The city of Chicago puts surplus property up for auction. For some of the latest items, click here.
The most expensive items were two train cars. One sold for $13,000; the other for $10,000.
If you have the cash to outbid the competition, you can soon purchase your very own Chicago L train. No word yet on whether it comes with angry passengers complaining about Ventra.
With two more days to go, the online bidding has risen to more than $330,000, as of Thursday morning, for one of four medals Jesse Owens won at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
The auction was scheduled to take place Friday will now be held Dec. 16 because the interest was stronger than anticipated and some bidders asked for more time to visit the property.
The shoes Michael Jordan wore in the famous “Flu Game” against the Jazz in the 1997 NBA Finals are being auctioned off.
Saturday is your day if you want to own a piece of Oprah Winfrey.
If you have cherished memories from the now-shuttered Kiddieland in Melrose Park, now’s your chance to own a piece of it, if your pockets are deep enough.
After trying unsuccessfully to sell his Highland Park estate, basketball superstar Michael Jordan has decided to put the house up for auction.
The auction of Jesse Jackson Jr.’s forfeited assets was canceled on Friday by the U.S. Marshals Service after concerns about the authenticity of at least one item up for bid.
The bidding is underway for a dozen items that former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. and his wife bought illegally with campaign money.
The U.S. Marshals Service is selling 13 items from the Jesse Jackson, Jr., fraud conspiracy case via an online auction.