Nick Young wants to go back into time, and he doesn’t need YOLO.
Joakim Noah scored 21 points, Luol Deng added 19 points and 12 rebounds, and the Chicago Bulls won their fourth in a row on the road with a 96-89 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night.
Police have arrested three suspects, but are still searching for one more, in a home invasion and robbery in Grayslake overnight.
A 40-year-old man has taken the southwest suburban Burbank park district to court, charging he was sexually abused during the 1980s.
A defense witness at the murder trial of Christopher Vaughn doesn’t appear to have helped his case.
A Naperville man has a date in court, facing charges in connection with a case of apparent bicycle rage.
Brewing beer at home is perfectly legal, but state officials are issuing a reminder that offering homebrew at a public event is not.
If you haven’t noticed as many squirrels in your yard as usual, you’re not alone.
An Evanston store is taking on a clothing giant, accusing the Gap of swiping one of its designs.
Governor Pat Quinn put his signature on a bill that requires the public spotlight on the details of corporate tax breaks as soon as they are completed.
An Illinois agency is taking a second look at why the Inspector General’s office reportedly failed to investigate the deaths of some disabled citizens.
A family from the southwest suburbs is involved in a game of chicken with Will County.
A Joliet man is being held on charges he lured a woman into his car and molested her four months ago.
It has been a year now since same-sex civil unions became legal in Illinois, but the advocacy group Equality Illinois says many couples are not finding that their unions are being treated as equal to marriages.
Veteran CBS News and “60 Minutes” correspondent Mike Wallace, who started his career in Chicago, has passed away at the age of 93.
Two bills in the Springfield hopper are not likely to make teenagers looking for a golden tan happy.
South suburban Sauk Village Mayor Lewis Towers is suing village trustees to buck an ordinance that limits his powers to appoint department heads.
It’s off to the DuPage County Jail late next month for a Naperville woman who has pleaded guilty to charges connected with a storefront church investment scheme.
A Tinley Park police officer seeking overtime pay for caring for a police dog between shifts is not entitled to the extra money because the contract with the police union covers the arrangement, the village says in response to a lawsuit filed by the officer.
The school board in a far southwest suburb has shelved plans to put limits on social networking.