Mary Frances Bragiel
The DeKalb County Regional Superintendent of Schools admits it’s challenging not receiving a paycheck from the state, but says he’s holding out hope that Gov. Pat Quinn will put back the money he removed.
Attorneys for the Lake Villa man, charged with the murder of a fast food restaurant manager, want an alleged admission of the crime thrown out.
The daughter of Ald. Edward Burke (14th) and Illinois Supreme Court Justice Anne Burke has been appointed to a state post.
A half dozen tugboat crew members are safe Thursday morning, after being involved in an accident in the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal.
Federal authorities say a Glencoe man led investors to believe their money was going into a sleep disorder business, but he actually used it to buy a mansion, run a tattoo parlor, and live a lavish lifestyle.
Beginning Friday, everything at the remaining Borders bookstores is 40 percent off.
Ratings agency Moody’s believes if the U.S. eliminates the debt ceiling, it would reduce the uncertainty amongst bond holders.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Supt. Garry McCarthy are putting another 92 officers of the street – 53 of them are rookies, new graduates from the police academy.
More than 200,000 people across the country say they will not support President Barack Obama in his run for 2012 based on some of the proposals coming out of the debt ceiling talks.
The on-going legal drama involving porn star Jenna Jameson, and the owner of two Chicago area movie theaters, could be coming to an end.
Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy says he is wasting no time in preparing his police force for next year’s G8 and NATO summits.
A coyote spotted near McCormick Place Friday morning has the city’s Animal Care and Control officials monitoring the situation.
A 24-year-old northwest Indiana man has been charged in the attack in which a man was stabbed on the Boystown strip last weekend.
A spat has erupted between Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the head of the National Restaurant Association over the dates of the annual event, which will overlap with the NATO and G8 Summit.
A popular procedure for women to tame frizzy hair is getting some push back from members of Congress, including U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.)
Metra officials say some customers were overcharged when they used their credit cards to buy train tickets last week.
The state is expected to save nearly $2.5 million, now that Gov. Pat Quinn has eliminated writing exam for Illinois students.
For 15 minutes Monday night, the city wowed the crowd with fireworks at Navy Pier.
Chicago police confirm the Louis Vuitton store at 919 North Michigan was burglarized at 6 a.m. Saturday morning.
The former first lady of Chicago spent last week in the hospital.