No Charges For Neighbors Who Looted Family's Home In AuroraThere will be no charges filed against the neighbors who picked clean an Aurora home they believed had been abandoned.
Man Arrested For Magazine Subscription Scam; Says People Are 'Easy To Fool'Police in Riverside have busted a man for selling phony magazine subscriptions around the western suburb.
Illinois Town, Volunteer Fire Department Argue Over Who Should Pay For Mulch FireFighting a large mulch fire in Northern Illinois has resulted in a big price tag, and disagreement over who is going to pay it.
Man Surrenders On Child Pornography Charges After International ManhuntA three-year international manhunt has ended with the arrest of a former Chicagoan on child pornography charges.
RTA To Weigh Money-Saving Consolidations Of CTA, Metra, Pace OperationsThe chairman of the Regional Transportation Authority is floating a proposal he says could save taxpayers as much as $150 million a year.
Hemingway's Boyhood Home Under Sales ContractErnest Hemingway's boyhood home in Oak Park has been sold.
Unusual Weather Means Some Items Missing From Farmers MarketsThis year's unusual weather means you may not find your favorite item at your neighborhood farmers market this year.
New Dodge Model Rolls Off Assembly Line, Should Boost Local EconomyThe first production version of the 2013 Dodge Dart rolled off the Chrysler assembly line in Belvidere this week.
Joliet Police Reduce Narcotics To Dust With 'Drug Terminator'Joliet police are doing their part to eradicate drugs from the streets, using a powerful tool of destruction called the Drug Terminator.
Parole Violator Jumps From Balcony, Fails To Escape PoliceA parole violator made dramatic leap from a balcony in Naperville in an attempt to escape police, but his plan didn’t work.
Lawmakers Push For Background Checks For Online DatersIllinois lawmakers are pushing for criminal background checks for online daters.