Sewage Flushing Directly Into Chicago River's North BranchA business owner in Chicago's Ravenswood Manor neighborhood recently found out his toilets dump directly into the Chicago River, but the worst part of the discovery is that it's been happening for a century.
Pastor To Get Settlement After Claiming Chicago Cop Beat Her During Road Rage IncidentA local pastor is about to get an $800,000 settlement, following allegations of abuse by Chicago police.
Former Will County High School Head Coach Allegedly Told Players To "Unleash Their Inner Rapist" During Pre-Game Pep Talks, Lawsuit SaysEmployees of Reed-Custer Community Unit School District 255 in Braidwood failed to prevent an incoming freshman from being sexually assaulted and then failed to protect him after the incident, according to a lawsuit filed by the teen's family on Wednesday.
Bishop Continues To Avoid Discussing Clergy Sexual Abuse AllegationsThe Attorney General promised a sweeping inquiry into the state's six diocese, and on Friday staff from the Attorney General's office was in Joliet looking at records.
One Of State’s Highest Paid School Superintendents Fired For Financial MisconductOne of the state’s highest paid school superintendents has been fired for financial misconduct.
Harwood Heights Mom Of Autistic Infant Claims Landlord Is Unfairly Evicting Her FamilyA mom in suburban Harwood Heights is questioning whether her 2-year-old son’s autism has led to her landlord’s attempts to evict her family.
Broken Grates Become Sidewalk Tripping HazardBroken, unsecured grates around trees in Chicago move when stepped on and protrude above the sidewalk. Bavcevic tripped on one, fell on her face and suffered a head injury, facial bruising and a massive forehead lump she can still feel more than a year later.