Chicago Weather: Humidity, Showers On The WayAfter a cloudy Monday, rain and warm temperatures are on the way for Tuesday.
Police Seek Suspect After Fatal Hit-And-Run In WaukeganOfficials believe the offender was driving a black sedan and was traveling, at a high speed, eastbound on Washington Street.
Pritzker Admin. Members, Illinois Business Leaders Headed To Japan For Trade MissionMembers of Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s administration are headed to Japan on Friday for the administration’s first overseas trade mission.
Dozens Of Aurora Renters Given Days To Move Out Of Apartment Complex, Left Searching For New HomesTenants say they were warned Monday they'd have to be out of this complex in a week, some saying they never got the official warning.
Student Charged With Tying Noose In U Of I Dorm Elevator Amid More Complaints About Racism On CampusA University of Illinois student accused of leaving a noose in a residence hall elevator has been charged with a felony hate crime.
Illinois Gets $450,000 Federal Grant To Improve Maternal HealthIllinois is getting $450,000 in federal funds to improve maternal health.
Over 400 ComEd Employees Heading To Georgia To Assist With Hurricane ResponseThe company is sending more than 400 employees and contractors to help with the restoration efforts.
Last Day For Dukes Drive In After 44 Years In Bridgeview, Owners Hope To RelocateSaturday marks Dukes Drive In's last day at their location on Harlem Avenue after 44 years in Bridgeview, the owners confirmed
Suit Settled In Naperville Teen Suicide That Led To Illinois Law ChangeA wrongful death lawsuit brought by the parents of 16-year-old Corey Walgren that focused on those questions has been resolved, with the city of Naperville expected to approve a settlement on Tuesday.
Probes Of E-Cigarette Giant Juul Underway In Illinois, DC Juul Labs is facing mounting scrutiny from state law enforcement officials, with the attorneys general in Illinois and the District of Columbia investigating how the company's vaping device became so popular with underage teens.
Owners of Chicago Youth Center Charged With FraudAn indictment returned Tuesday says the co-owners of the Matteson-based Laynie Foundation billed Illinois Medicaid for more mental health counseling than the foundation provided.
Cook County Group Gets $6M Grant To Fight Youth HomelessnessThe group will use the funds to develop a plan to prevent and to end homelessness for people under the age of 25 through partnerships, new housing and services.
Sour News For Kankakee Lemonade Stand: New Water, Sewer Bills For Nearly $1,000"Why didn't they say all this in the beginning when everybody was trying to help me? And how am I going to do this now?"
Illinois Man Drowns While Watching Missouri Boat RaceAuthorities say an Illinois man has drowned while watching a popular boat race at the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri.
Illinois Officials Urge Driver Awareness As Schools ReopenIllinois officials are reminding motorists that schools are reopening. That means lots of children getting on and off school buses.