Chicagoans Pay Some Of Nation's Highest Parking RatesChicago’s parking rates rank among the highest in the nation, both for daily and monthly parking.
Fewer People Hitting The Road For 4th Of JulyFewer people will be hitting the road this 4th of July holiday weekend.
Airliner Stowaway With Chicago Ties Due In CourtA man with Chicago ties is due in federal court Friday, after allegedly sneaking aboard a New York-to-Los Angeles flight last week.
High-End Auto Thief Wanted In Illinois, 3 Other StatesA Naperville car dealership is among those who have been duped by a serial car thief with a taste for the finer things.
Will County Prosecutor: Fight Not Over Against Violent Video GamesVideo game makers and sellers may be celebrating after the U.S. Supreme Court ruling Monday overturning the California ban on the sale or rental of violent games to children.
Cleanup Efforts Continue After Mount Prospect TornadoCleanup efforts from the tornado last week continue Monday in Mount Prospect, as the village begins debris removal.
Feds Take Over Company With Ties To Daley's SonThe federal government has taken over a company with ties to the son of retired Mayor Richard M. Daley.
Teens Arrested For Pretending To Be CopsTwo St. Charles teens could spend as much as three years in jail for pretending to be police officers.
Aunt Charged After Boy Is Found Walking Alone At 4 a.m.A woman from far west suburban Montgomery faces charges, after her 3-year-old nephew was found wandering the streets in the middle of the night.
Emanuel Touts Job Creation Efforts To Chamber Of CommerceMayor Rahm Emanuel touted his plans for job creation in an address to the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce Wednesday morning.
Retired Illinois State Trooper Pleads Guilty To Child Porn ChargesThe admissions came as retired trooper Juan Rodriguez pleaded guilty to child pornography and official misconduct charges.
Village Of Gurnee Immunizes Trees Against Emerald Ash BorerFar north suburban Gurnee is taking on the tree-killing emerald ash borer.