Activists Sue Two Illinois Sheriffs For Detaining Immigrants Without Judicial WarrantsThe lawsuits allege sheriffs in Stephenson and Ogle counties unlawfully detained immigrants for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement after minor traffic offenses.
Illinois Awards $350K For Women's Preventative Health CarePublic health officials in Illinois have awarded $350,000 in grants to help improve the health care of women of reproductive age.
University Of Illinois Announces New Technology CenterThe University of Illinois' engineering college and a company led by a graduate of the school are partnering on a technology center.
Schnucks Grocery Chain To End Tobacco Sales As Of Jan. 1Schnuck Markets Inc., one of the Midwest’s largest grocery store chains, will stop selling cigarettes, chewing tobacco and other tobacco products as of Jan. 1.
Planned Parenthood Opens Massive Illinois Clinic Near Missouri, Which Passed Ban On Most Abortions After 8 WeeksAs Missouri teeters on the brink of becoming the first state with no abortion clinics, a new Planned Parenthood center just across the Illinois border could help take patients who can't get abortions back home.
Fetal Remains Found In Illinois Now Stored In Indiana"We want to get it right under the law. We want to get it right for the families that are involved in this process,"
Ex-Marine Pleads Guilty To Drug Charges Linked To DeathThe U.S. Department of Justice says in a news release that 24-year-old Marcos Jamie Villegas of St. Charles, Illinois pleaded guilty on Wednesday to distributing oxycodone and fentanyl.
Can The Census Bureau Ask The State About Your Citizenship Status?"I understand the logic of why we would be the agency they would come to, but we guard people's privacy. We take that very seriously."
2 Illinois Men Sentenced For Transporting Stolen FirearmsTwo Illinois men have been sentenced to federal prison for transporting and possessing hundreds of stolen firearms.
Indiana Man Who Confessed To Illinois Killing Gets 37-Year SentenceAn Indiana man who confessed to killing a woman in Illinois when he lived there five years ago has been sentenced to 37 years in prison.
Chicago Weather: Rainy Day, Warmup AheadSunday has started out rainy, but conditions will improve as the day goes on
Chicago Weather: Flash Flood Watch, Heavy Rain ContinuesAs the rain continues into the weekend, some areas are still under flood warnings.
Illinois Panel Removes DuPage County Judge From BenchA northern Illinois judge has been removed from the bench after a state panel found "clear and convincing evidence" he committed multiple instances of misconduct.
People Turned Away After Standing In Line To Get Real ID At Secretary Of State's OfficeAnyone planning to fly after Oct. 1, 2020, will need a Real ID, which is marked with a star. But some people trying to get them are being turned away from the Secretary of State's office.
After Man Dies In Steel Company Machine, The Firm's Safety Record Is ExaminedThe Schaumburg facility specifically had been cited in 2017 after a worker lost three fingers to a circular saw machine. The company was issued six violations totaling more than $65,000 for hazardous energy and machine safety requirements.