You might think as Lollapalooza kicks off that the music festival would be the perfect incubator for Chicago’s new marijuana policy, but such is not the case.
Will County officials say they plan to meet later this month with the Illinois transportation director to discuss the proposed Peotone airport project.
An Aurora man is facing charges, after he allegedly tried to trick Naperville police into giving him a ride home from work.
A Chicago man who spent years in prison on a wrongful murder conviction is headed back behind bars.
Joliet police say they did not want to break a record they set last year, but it looks like it’s going to happen.
Gov. Pat Quinn has signed three new laws aimed at protecting the environment in Illinois.
The former chief financial officer of the Argonne National Laboratory is suing the organization, claiming it fired him for blowing the whistle on some alleged illegal accounting at the lab.
A 14-year old Chicago girl says she’s alive today because her 13-year old friend stood in front of her during a gang shooting on the city’s Southwest Side.
An Orland Township firefighter has been charged after allegedly sending explicit messages and pictures to what he thought was a 13-year old girl.
The Illinois Department of Revenue says many Illinoisans who filed their tax returns the old-fashioned way are still waiting for refunds.
A Northlake mother says she was unaware of how her five children were being treated by her husband and was trying to get out of the relationship.
A published report says between 100 and 200 Chicago Police officers will be off the streets Saturday to provide security for the wedding of top White House adviser Valerie Jarrett.
The Kane County State’s Attorney is planning to ask for raises for his staff, and he says the reason is crucial.
A Will County judge decided today that Kathleen Savio’s divorce attorney and the pastor for Drew Peterson’s fourth Wife, Stacy, will be permitted to testify at Drew’s murder trial.
A couple from west suburban Northlake is charged with child abuse, after two of their five children were found bound and blindfolded in the parking lot of a Wal-Mart in Kansas.
An Indiana family on a trip to Florida watched in horror as an airboat captain giving a tour of the Everglades lost his left hand, when a 9-foot alligator bit it off.
One local franchise chain is just about ready to release this summer a unique collaborative taste-treat.
The former home of a Vernon Hills cat hoarder has been torn down, after year of complaints that it stunk up the entire neighborhood.
Oak Park is set to move ahead with discussion of euthanizing pigeons at a village board meeting Monday.
Oak Park authorities say signs point to arson as the cause of the weekend fire that heavily damaged a gay bar.