The number of deadly crashes on Illinois roads is up 9 percent from this time last year, according to a published report.
The Illinois State Senate Executive Committee has approved a plan to increase the state’s minimum wage, and let it increase automatically in the future.
Some suburbanites are feeling the pain of decreasing property values and increased taxes.
Starting Wednesday, Metra riders will see a big increase in fares, with most riders paying 30 percent more.
Commuters riding the South Shore between Northwest Indiana and downtown Chicago could be hit with a 5 percent fare increase as soon as next month.
Starting Sunday, it’s going to be a lot more expensive to drive on Illinois’ tollways.
Finances are on the mind of Chicago Public Schools chief executive officer Jean-Claude Brizard, on the first day of the new school year for some students.
The number of Illinoisans telling the U.S. Census Bureau they’re part of a same-sex couple has jumped significantly.
Average gasoline prices in Chicago increased about a nickel per gallon in the past week and is $1.17 a gallon more expensive than a year ago.
Chicago Public Schools administrators, still faced with a deficit of more than $600 million after making significant cuts, are considering more job cuts and a property tax increase.
Unemployment in Illinois was up modestly last month, breaking a 15-month trend of declining joblessness in the state.
Peoples Gas customers may see a spike in their bills next year after the company asked the state to approve a 10% delivery charge increase for Chicago customers and a 3% hike for those in the northeastern suburbs.
It now costs more to ride a bus in Gary, Ind.
Not only are you paying more for Chicago parking payboxes and state income taxes, but now, your phone bill is also going up if you have an AT&T landline in your home.
The Illinois Senate has begun debating a major tax increase as Democratic leaders fight the clock and reluctant lawmakers.
The company that leases Chicago’s streetside parking spaces has already begun implementing a scheduled rate hike, starting with the most expensive zones.
Property taxes have been going up across the Chicago area. CBS 2′s Mike Parker talked to one condo owner whose tax bill nearly doubled.