If you’re planning to go to Soldier Field for the Bears’ second preseason game Thursday night, the Bears want you to remember new security rules that took effect last year, WBBM Newsradio’s Regine Schlesinger reports.
A local group that’s been working to put puppy mills out of business applauds a decision by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to impose restrictions on breeders who sell dogs on the Internet.
The Chicago City Council recently passed an ordinance allowing food truck vendors to expand their operations, and now, the owners of a mobile food operation are hoping to see a similar change in Evanston.
If you ride Metra this weekend, get ready for a few more NATO-related headaches.
Commuters on Metra and South Shore Line trains are prepared for major headaches as the NATO Summit approaches in just two days.
Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) is seeking regulations for pedicabs, including a fee, an inspection requirement and certain restrictions.
A west suburban congressman who clamped new restrictions on teen drivers in Illinois as a state legislator in 2007 now wants to extend the restrictions nationwide.
A couple of bills to further control the movement of guns in Illinois have failed to pass the state House.
State lawmakers in Indiana are working to enact some of the highest abortion restrictions in the country.
Some bills having to do with abortion are in the Illinois House Agriculture Committee.
The 59-year-old man who has been living on Naperville streets for the past nine years will get to stay there.