Mary Frances Bragiel
Governor Pat Quinn says the only way he see’s regional school superintendents getting paid is at the local level.
Police in Lake Zurich are desperate for more information involving the hit and run of a teenager girl so the amount of reward money being offered has been increased.
The proposed tollway expansion plan attracted hundreds of people Friday night to several Chicago suburbs. Many like the idea despite a plan to increase toll fares
Members of the Latino community, upset over a federal program called Secure Communities, or S-Comm, rallied in front of President Barack Obama’s re-election headquarters Tuesday afternoon.
An advocacy organization is planning on meeting with the police chief to help find the person who allegedly raped a 68-year-old woman this past weekend.
Two days after warning the public about the theft of electronic devices on Green Line trains, police arrested four suspects Thursday, the youngest being a 10-year-old boy.
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.
A cab driver from Richton Park has been ticketed for hitting two little girls on the Magnificent Mile over the weekend.
Several people were reportedly stabbed early Monday in a parking lot northwest suburban Rolling Meadows.
Someone has now come forward to claim a winning lottery ticket purchased in the south suburbs in June.
A temporary contractor for a north suburban grocery store has been charged with armed robbery.
Mosquitoes taken in a trap on the East Side of Aurora have tested positive for the West Nile virus, the Kane County Health Department said Friday.
The June 30 hailstorm that destroyed a portion of the Garfield Park Conservatory has prompted a fundraising drive to sustain the institution until insurance kicks in.
Nearly 2,000 people clad all in pink are gathering Friday to begin a three-day walk to raise funds for breast cancer research.
Two months after the Illinois DREAM Act passed the General Assembly, Gov. Pat Quinn is expected to sign it into law Monday.
One year after promising to bring a youth football league to Chicago, rapper Snoop Dog has followed through on that promise, and the inaugural season kicked off Saturday.
An Addison mother and three sons are being evicted from their home, and some activists are trying to prevent it.
Police in Lake Zurich now have a description of the vehicle involved in a crash that left an 18-year-old girl dead last week.
A former high-ranking city official who lost his job when Mayor Richard M. Daley decided not to run again has found another position.
The U.S. Coast Guard honored the crews of two Chicago River tour boats on Thursday for their bravery in two separate rescues along the river this month.