Best Fall Colors Coming Soon To Chicago AreaSome trees have stayed green longer than usual this year because of the warm weather we have had, but that will change soon.
Labor Department: Elmhurst Firm Depleted Retirement FundThe U.S. Department of Labor wants to know what happened to nearly $2 million allegedly missing from an Elmhurst company's retirement plan.
Sears In Serious Discussions About Moving Out Of IllinoisSears is showing its strongest signs yet that it is likely to move its headquarters out of Illinois.
City-County Task Force Finds $11 Million In SavingsA task force assigned with finding ways for Chicago and Cook County to save money by joining efforts has apparently found some.
Coroner: Alcohol, Drugs Contributed To Sybaris Pool Suite DeathThe Will County coroner has released the results of toxicology tests in the July 29 death of an Oswego woman at the Sybaris pool suite in south suburban Frankfort.
Gary U.S. Steel Plant Hopes To Convert More Cars To Natural GasMore vehicles may be converted to run on natural gas, as part of a pilot program at the U.S. Steel plant in Gary, Ind.
Gas Stations Owe State Of Illinois Millions Of DollarsIllinois is apparently due million of dollars from some of the State's 24-hundred gas station operators.
Cantaloupes Recalled For Bacterial Infection ThreatSome cantaloupes that were shipped from Colorado to Illinois and at least 16 other states are being recalled.
Rep. Walsh Ordered To Prove He Doesn't Owe $100K In Child SupportA Cook County judge ruled Wednesday that Congressman Joe Walsh must prove that he made nearly $100,000 in child-support payments as part of his ongoing legal dispute with his ex-wife, Laura Walsh.
CHA To Clear Out Most Cabrini-Green Row HousesThe Chicago Housing Authority is relocating 33 families living in row houses at what remains of the Cabrini-Green public housing development.
Road Travel Expected To Increase For Labor Day WeekendWhere are you going over the Labor Day weekend? AAA says the majority of us won't be going very far.
Belmont-Cragin Grocery Store Closed After Flies Are Found EverywhereCity inspectors shut down a grocery store in the Belmont-Cragin neighborhood this week, after finding insects buzzing around everywhere.
EPA To Hire Unemployed For Great Lakes Cleanup ProjectsThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to spend $6 million to hire the unemployed for Great Lakes cleanup projects.
State Waives Weight, Size Restrictions For Short Truck TripsA new state law allows some trucks to exceed the weight and size restrictions for short trips, so as to reduce fuel and equipment costs for Illinois businesses.
Rabid Bat Found In Will County For Second Time In A WeekFor the fifth time this year and the second time in a week, a wild animal with rabies has been discovered in Will County.