Chicago’s parking rates rank among the highest in the nation, both for daily and monthly parking.
Fewer people will be hitting the road this 4th of July holiday weekend.
A man with Chicago ties is due in federal court Friday, after allegedly sneaking aboard a New York-to-Los Angeles flight last week.
A Naperville car dealership is among those who have been duped by a serial car thief with a taste for the finer things.
Video 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 from the tornado last week continue Monday in Mount Prospect, as the village begins debris removal.
The federal government has taken over a company with ties to the son of retired Mayor Richard M. Daley.
Two St. Charles teens could spend as much as three years in jail for pretending to be police officers.
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.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel touted his plans for job creation in an address to the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce Wednesday morning.
The admissions came as retired trooper Juan Rodriguez pleaded guilty to child pornography and official misconduct charges.
Far north suburban Gurnee is taking on the tree-killing emerald ash borer.
A report from a combined Chicago-Cook County committee found that increasing collaboration could save taxpayers from $66 million to $140 million per year by 2014.
A couple who spent the day at Six Flags Great America also got to spend some time with police after trying to drive away after their car had been booted for illegal parking, police said.
Top Obama adviser David Axelrod said today that Republican superstar Sarah Palin is “a good reflection of why we can’t abandon education.”
The deadliest e. coli outbreak in modern history, centered in Germany, has now killed 23 people and sickened more than 2,200 – including four in the United States.
Defense attorneys for the man accused in the 2006 murder of a Lindenhurst Burger King manager are asking a judge to drop the charges.
A former Portage, Ind., man who was sentenced to 110 years in prison in 1985 will be set free Wednesday.
Researchers at the University of Chicago are working on developing artificial limbs that can feel.
Chicago-based Groupon is now dipping its toes into the grocery pool.