New E. Coli Outbreak Linked To Romaine Lettuce Has Now Affected 23 States, Including IllinoisA new E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce is growing – with cases now in 23 states.
Property Tax Help Center Open On Chicago's West Side"People are getting money back before Christmas. And it’s tax free money so they’re happy."
Season’s Greetings At Sears: Dingy Shops, Sparse ShelvesSears once towered over the retail landscape but has been on a slow decline for years. Lampert combined Sears and Kmart in 2005, pledging to return Sears to greatness. That didn’t happen. Sears was hit hard during the recession a decade ago and never recovered.
Fake Check Causes Very Real Problems For Man Searching For Roommate"Nail him. Find out where it's going to and what account it's going to. I'm sure they have ways to find that out."
FBI Sending Out A Warning When Using Smart TVs"They are really replacing TVs before they even break because they are such a good value."
If You're Hosting Thanksgiving Dinner, Check Your Pantry And Fridge For These Recalled FoodsHere are the foods to keep away from your holiday table.
More Than 75,000 Pounds Of Packaged Salad Products Recalled Due To E. Coli In LettuceAbout 75,233 pounds of packaged salad products with meat or poultry are being recalled, because the lettuce ingredient might be contaminated with E. coli.
How To Avoid Zelle Scams and FraudThe electronic payment method almost all major U.S. banks promote may be the riskiest of all.
House Approves Cap On Insulin Costs, Plan Returns To SenateInsulin is necessary for people with diabetes to regulate blood sugar levels. About 1.3 million Illinois residents have diabetes, although not all rely on insulin.
'Don't Give Them Your Money:' Entrepreneurs Say Groups Offering Pricey Classes On Marijuana Business Are A ScamAdults in Illinois can legally buy weed in less than two months, and the prospects for making a profit off pot are very high. But so is the risk of being ripped off.
When Pot Is Legal, CHA Residents Won't Be Able To Light Up"It's totally unfair to say one sector can do something and public housing people can't."