Exelon Utilities CEO Retires Amid FBI Probe Of Illinois State Senator SandovalThe move comes weeks after the FBI raid at Illinois State Senator Martin Sandoval's home and offices. As part of that investigation, officials subpoenaed communication records between ComEd and Sandoval.
Village Manager On Leave After Alleged Involvement In Hit-And-RunPolice took Deetjen into custody and on Monday, Village of Oak Lawn officials voted to put him on paid administrative leave until the police investigation is complete. Oak Lawn Police Chief Randy Palmer is taking over for now.
Man Says He Got No Help After Car Was Damaged By Gravel-Spilling TruckCars were swerving as a trucker headed down the road, apparently oblivious to rocks pouring from his truck. That is what a suburban man said happened on his commute – and when he tried to get help, he couldn’t find any.
Preckwinkle Presents County Budget Plan Without Taxes Or Layoffs, With New Marijuana Expungement JobsIt’s balanced, there are no new taxes or fees. and there are no layoffs. Those are three reasons Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and her budget staff believe the budget she is about to propose is good news.
Police Release Surveillance Images In Violent Home Invasion On Fullerton ParkwayPolice late Wednesday released surveillance images of three men suspected in a violent home invasion in an apartment building on Fullerton Parkway in Lincoln Park.
Uber Eats Driver Caught On Video Stealing Packages From South Loop BuildingGetting food using a delivery app is something many of us do, but a South Loop man’s $8 craving ended up costing a lot more than that for residents of his building.
Criminal Charges Filed After Grace Watanabe, 98, Was Bilked Out Of Life SavingsFinally, there is some justice for a 98-year-old woman who was swindled out of her life savings – at least that is how the Cook County Public Guardian sees it.
2 Chicago Area Business Leaders Among 4 Killed In Wrong-Way Crash In San FranciscoTwo people from the Chicago area were among four people who were killed early Thursday in a crash on a San Francisco highway.
Chicago Teachers Choose Strike Date Of Oct. 17; Mayor Lightfoot Denies Request For CommentChicago teachers on Wednesday voted to pick a date of Oct. 17 to start a strike, should they not reach an agreement with the Chicago Public Schools.
Attorney Claims New Evidence Proves Marni Yang Did Not Kill Rhoni Reuter, Former Bear Shaun Gayle's Pregnant GirlfriendThe case drew national attention – a woman who was pregnant with former Chicago Bear Shaun Gayle’s baby was murdered, and a woman with whom Gayle was sleeping on the side was convicted. But now nearly nine years later, the new attorney for Marni Yang says she didn’t do it.
Lawsuit Claims Boy Was Subjected To Punishments, Isolation, Abuse By Teachers At School Because Of Physical DisabilitySecond grade is supposed to be a time to grow and learn in a supportive environment. But the father of one Chicago boy believes his son’s physical delays led to classroom punishment.
Parent Baffled After CPS Intercepts Emails To Son's Case Manager Before DeliveryA Chicago Public Schools parent could not understand why her emails were not getting to her son’s case manager.
Paralyzed By Bullet, Artist Mariam Pare Becomes Master Of Painting With Her MouthThe gunshots seemed to come out of nowhere, and when they stopped, a suburban artist was left paralyzed.
Elevator Repaired After Disabled Austin Neighborhood Siblings Are Trapped For Nearly A WeekIn a story you saw first on 2, a disabled brother and sister were left prisoners in their apartment for nearly a week because of a broken elevator.
Parents: Our Daughter Nearly Died From VapingPiper Johnson's plans to start college and move in to her dorm were quickly derailed when what she thought was a case of bronchitis turned into a near-death experience.