Without State Budget Deal, Mega Millions And Powerball To Leave IllinoisIllinois Lottery players who buy tickets for Powerball and Mega Millions could soon have to cross state lines for a chance at those huge jackpots.
Rep. Rodney Davis: "This Would Have Been A Massacre" If Not For Capitol PoliceRep. Rodney Davis, a Republican from Taylorville, Ill., said he was at bat when a gunman opened fire at a congressional baseball practice.
Made In Chicago: McCrone Group Analytical LabFounded 60 years ago and located in Westmont is a company that is under the microscope.
City, Salvation Army Establish Triage Program For HomelessChicago has expanded its partnership with the Salvation Army to guide homeless families to a path back to stability.
Big Fish Story: Angler Catches Record-Breaking Trout Older Than He IsAn Indiana charter boat captain has quite a fish story to tell.
Groundhogs Predict Six More Weeks Of Winter If you put any stock into the predictions of the groundhog, we’re in for plenty more snow and cold. Despite the snow, a couple hundred people showed up in the town square in far north suburban Woodstock find out what Woodstock Willie had in store for them, and it wasn't what they wanted to hear: six more weeks of winter.
Amid Blizzard, Firefighters Escort Woman In Labor To HospitalThe woman and her family members were on the way to the hospital, with no choice but to go into the snowstorm, on Sunday night, when her car went off the road.
Talks Begin For Construction Of New Bridge, Would Give Access To Dunes National LakeshoreBig ideas are crossing the minds of Indiana planners who envision a suspension bridge providing new access to the Dunes National Lakeshore. WBBM Newsradio’s Julie Mann reports.
'Groovestock' 3-Day Music Festival Shut Down When Landowners BalkPolice pulled the plug on a music festival that was expected to draw 1,000 people this past weekend, after the owners of the land for the festival said they were only expecting 20 campers to show up.
Grid-Based Garbage Collection Begins In North Side WardsTrash in a number of Chicago neighborhoods will be collected differently starting Monday, but the city hopes no one notices a difference.
City Settles With Family Of Girl, 6, Who Died In Hit-And-RunA settlement has been reached between the City of Chicago and the family of a 4-year-old girl killed in a hit-and-run accident near Lincoln Park Zoo.
Wrong-Way Driver Makes It Almost 10 Miles On I-90An Illinois state maintenance worker is credited with stopping a wrong-way driver on the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway.