According To FBI Statistics, Chicago Lags Behind National Murder DecreasesWhile Chicago's murder totals have seen small declines, robberies and aggravated assaults have gone down at a faster rate than the nation as a whole.
FBI's Violent Crime Statistics For Every City In AmericaThe FBI's violent crime report is not a ranking — there are no winners, no losers. Mostly, these statistics are here to help individual cities track their crime over long periods of time...
Some Motorists To Pay More For Car Insurance Under New LawFor one Chicago man, the change is a little late, after he was injured while riding his bike.
ComEd To Delay Modernization Amid Rate Cut FightThe Citizens Utility Board says it would be unfortunate if ComEd delays its grid modernization plan - as it announced it would yesterday.
Assistant Attorney General Fights Natural Gas Rate IncreaseFaced with a rate increase, the assistant Illinois Attorney General is stepping into the debate, saying residents should not have to pay more on their home heating bills this winter.
Public Hearings Coming On Planned Hike In Illinois TollsIllinois Tollway officials say the public will get its chance to sound off on proposals to raise the tolls to help fund a $12 billion capital construction plan.
Report: Blue Cross Raked In More Than $1 Billion In 2010 ProfitsA report Monday morning says the parent company of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois doubled its profit last year to more than $1 billion.
Police: Crime Down In March Compared With Last YearCrime was down nearly across the board for the month of March, police say.