Joliet Action Group Seeks Answers, Justice For Semaj CrosbyA Joliet area group is taking steps to honor the memory of a 17-month-old girl who died in April under suspicious circumstances.
South Suburban Company Owner Sued For Defrauding CustomersTwo lawsuits filed earlier this month allege that the owner of a south suburban company defrauded senior citizens out of thousands of dollars in deposits for electrical power generators that were never delivered or installed.
Peoples Gas To Refund Customers Following Court RulingThe Illinois Commerce Commission has approved a $2.3 million refund for Peoples Gas customers.
Lawsuit: World Gym Shut Down Fitness Centers, Kept Billing CustomersThe Illinois Attorney General is suing the owners of some local gyms that shut down last summer and allegedly tried to cheat members.
Officials Warn Seniors Of Potential ScamsThe Illinois Attorney General's office and a West Side alderman teamed up Wednesday to warn seniors about consumer fraud.
State Sues Condo Board After Man Can't Keep His Therapy DogsThe Illinois Attorney General’s office is suing a North Lake Shore Drive condo association in a dispute over dogs.
Trump Tower Resident Arrested For ID Theft SchemeDo you know this man? He might know you. Authorities say he was living in a ritzy Trump Tower apartment, driving a Mercedes Benz, and had eight credit, debit or gift cards in his name, but with someone else's bank information.
Accountants Charged With Gas Tax FraudOfficials have charged the operators of an financial firm with trying to cheat the State of Illinois out of more than $5 million in taxes owed by gas stations.
State Seeks To Block Ruling Against Capital ProgramThe Illinois Attorney General’s office will try today to put on hold a state appeals court ruling that would undo Illinois’ major construction program.
Authorities Work To Increase Awareness Of StalkingWhile millions of people are considered victim's of stalking, many cases never get reported – especially on college campuses.