Family Of Delphi Girls Murdered Share Their Story On The Today Show A national TV appearance by relatives of two Delphi girls murdered nearly a year ago brought new attention to the case, and some confusion.
In Tweet, President Trump Says Durbin 'Blew' Deal On DACA President Trump escalated a political fight over immigration on Monday.
Rush University's Students And Staff Celebrate MLK As A Day Of ServiceMedical students and staffers from Rush University will honor Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday with health care service.
More People Are Serving As Their Own LawyersIllinois judges are learning how to help the growing number of people representing themselves in court without a lawyer.
Wheaton Receives Over 1,000 Objections To Proposed Haymarket CenterThe head of the Haymarket Center blames the stigma around the opiod epidemic for opposition to a proposed treatment center in Wheaton.
Agreement Reached With Snow Plow, Garbage Truck Drivers' UnionSnow plow drivers will be back on the streets for any snow Sunday, after avoiding a strike vote.
Chicago and Northern Illinois' BBB Releases List Of Top Scams In 2017The Better Business Bureau said scammers used a different tactic most often last year to try and steal your money or identity.
Judge: School Transgender Policy Stays In PlaceA federal judge says he won't force a suburban school district to suspend a policy that enables transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms of their choice.
Boxing Day Celebrated At Hemingway Home In Oak ParkThe British tradition of Boxing Day was celebrated Tuesday at the birthplace of Ernest Hemingway in Oak Park.
Project HOOD Leadership Center Offering Construction Training ProgramManny Rodriguez, with the Illinois chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors, said the class goes beyond the nuts and bolts of construction.
Food Truck Owners Lose Court Battle Over Ordinance RulesThe food fight appears to be over as food truck owners lose another round in court.
No More Valedictorian Class Ranks At Kankakee High SchoolKankakee High School will no longer have a valedictorian or salutatorian and is switching to a college-style Latin laude system starting with this year's freshman class.