A rash of robberies against delivery drivers has prompted Chicago police to warn restaurants about orders from cellular phones. CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
A misunderstanding has led to an earlier-than-planned implementation of a telecommunications tax in Channahon.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan says residents might face a flood of robocalls to their cell phones if proposed legislation makes it through Washington.
Crime is up on the borders of the UIC campus, and Tuesday, campus police told students and staff that it is time to put the cell phones and iPods away and pay attention to what’s going on around them.
ith little oversight and scant record keeping, south suburban Country Club Hills aldermen have spent thousands of dollars on cell phone bills.
One of the nation’s largest cell phone providers is buying a smaller provider and it hopes to expand mobile broadband services to more of Illinois’ rural areas.
The City of Chicago wants you to help U.S. troops abroad keep in touch with their families.
There have been studies linking cell phones to cancer. But when the World Health Organization speaks, many listen.
Any parent with teenagers will tell you, their kids can’t get up in the morning. So, why are they always tired?
Teens in Evanston will be learning firsthand today about the dangers of texting and driving.
Illinois State Treasurer Dan Rutherford said Thursday that he’s cutting his office’s budget by pinching pennies wherever he can.
North suburban Highland Park has now joined Chicago and Evanston in banning hand held cell phone calls while driving.
The New Year could be a hands-free one for motorists in Highland Park.
Thousands of motorists have learned the hard way this year about the state of Illinois’ new restrictions on cell phones while driving.
Texting while driving is illegal in Illinois. Now it will be banned in Wisconsin, too, when a new law takes effect.
The last major holdout among cell phone firms has signed a contract with CTA to hook up reception in its two major subways.
Metra tells riders it’s willing to consider “quiet cars,” in which cell phone calls and loud conversations would be banned.
A north suburban teen has Illinois lawmakers onboard with a new campaign to stop people from texting while driving.