Despite the unofficial pledge to deliver mail in snow, rain, heat and gloom of night, the U.S. Postal Service is being hammered today by power outages.
A handgun once owned by gangster Al Capone has sold for almost $110,000 at an auction in London.
Two Evanston Township High School students are accused of knocking several students to the ground and taking their cell phones in the hallways of the school.
President and Michelle Obama came to Chicago for a taping of the Oprah Winfrey show and had plenty of praise for Mayor Daley–and joked that he’ll need to help out new mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Investigators in far west suburban Sugar Grove say they have gotten to the bottom of an attempted child abduction by an elderly couple.
When suburban voters head to the polls tomorrow many will have a decision to make between the old and the new.
A man says he accidentally set his apartment building ablaze while attempting to smoke out squirrels that had taken up residence in the walls.
A 27-year-old Chicago man and a relative of a runaway from Schaumburg are now charged with sex crimes and obstructing a police investigation.
A new early-morning motion was filed today by attorneys for deposed Gov. Rod Blagojevich, asking to have a court-ordered seal on all evidence lifted.
A house explosion rocked west suburban Glendale Heights this morning.
There would be no more free lifetime benefits for elected officials in Joliet, under a proposal backed by at least one city council member and a candidate for alderman.
Did you ever wonder who came up with the idea for the cheese-wedge hats proudly worn by Packers fans?
The Art Institute lions will be showing their support for the Bears starting Friday.
Oak Lawn voters who want to change the way government does business in the south suburbs will have to wait.
DuPage County is gaining the upper hand in the battle to control the population of Canada geese with some clever decoys.
Could required showers after gym class be a thing of the past for high school students?
With temperatures hovering around the mid 20’s on Sunday, it couldn’t have been a better day for a round of golf.
A public service video from a convicted drunken driver is on its way to schools, churches and other agencies in Indiana.
The New Year could be a hands-free one for motorists in Highland Park.
In an economic climate that has government struggling to raise revenues, Kendall County has one funding source all locked up, as it were.