Joseph Polito confessed a lifelong addiction to porn in November, seven months after the Chicago Sun-Times revealed he regularly looked at a variety of websites during work hours in 2010 and 2011.
Federal authorities were investigating the cause of a fatal plane crash near Joliet on Tuesday.
A Will County judge who secretly viewed hard-core pornography on his courthouse computer fought back tears Thursday as he confessed he’d been addicted to porn since he was a little boy.
Will County Forest Preserve Police burned more than 400 marijuana plants Saturday morning after a hidden field of the illegal crop was discovered the previous week.
A Troy Township Democratic committeewoman has been arrested for allegedly having sex with a teenage boy.
A Will County jury found Vernon McCormick of Lockport guilty in July of the Jan. 3, 2011, murder of Deonte Lesley.
An argument between brothers left one dead and the other facing murder charges early Saturday in unincorporated Will County near Lockport.
With Drew Peterson convicted of murdering his third wife – will the prosecutors in Will County try to convict him for the murder of his fourth wife – even if there’s no body?
The jurors in the Drew Peterson trial asked the judge what “unanimous” meant Thursday afternoon as they continued their deliberations.
A new report says heroin deaths in Lake and Will Counties have doubled over the last six years.
The prosecution has rested its case in the Drew Peterson’s murder trial.
The Drew Peterson trial has wrapped for the week.
The Joliet trial of an Illinois man accused of killing his wife and three children has continued with testimony from the woman’s father and sister.
They say they’re drowning in their water bills; scores of angry customers of Aqua Illinois say they have to think twice now about everyday tasks like taking a shower, washing the dishes, or even using the bathroom.
A Will County judge admits to using his courthouse computer to view internet porn during office hours.
A Will County man is being held in Wisconsin, pending charges that he killed his girlfriend while they were in Door County, attending a wedding.
Will County prosecutors are now taking on two high-profile murder cases at the same time in the same courthouse.
After five years of legal proceedings and a few bizarre twists, the trial of a man accused of fatally shooting his wife and three children in an SUV in suburban Chicago is expected to begin Monday.
The judge in the Drew Peterson murder trial said Wednesday he is not bound by rulings by the previous judge regarding hearsay evidence in the case, and is allowing previously barred testimony that Peterson allegedly threatened to kill Kathleen Savio and made it look like an accident.
Will County officials say they plan to meet later this month with the Illinois transportation director to discuss the proposed Peotone airport project.