Wheeling Woman Has Made More Than 50 Calls About Unemployment Overpayment, Is Concerned About Who Can See Her Social Security NumberOne woman has called the governor’s office, her state senator, and the Illinois Department of Employment Security more than 50 times in search of help with an unemployment overpayment.
Expert Says End To Cash Bail Does Not Mean Greater Risk To Community Safety In States Where It Has HappenedAmong the police reform measures that recently passed in Springfield is an end to cash bail.
Green Beret Accused Of Killing 3 People At Rockford Bowling Alley Held Without BailDuke Webb, a 37-year-old Florida resident and active military member, is facing three counts of first degree murder and three counts of attempted murder.
Drivers Who Use Illinois Tollways Say They're Having Problems Paying Online, Are Ending Up With FinesAll they want to do is pay their tolls, but driver after driver says it is not as simple as it sounds – and now, it is costing them even more.
Off-Duty Chicago Police Officer Shoots, Kills Son During Domestic-Related Incident In Garfield RidgeSources said the off-duty officer was involved in a physical altercation with his son around 1:45 a.m. at a home in the 5600 block of South Nottingham Avenue when he fired his weapon, killing his 23-year-old son.
Great-Aunt Demands Justice In Murder Of A Brother And Sister In Riverdale; Manhunt Continues For Father Of Sister's BabyFor the first time, we are hearing from the great-aunt of a brother and sister who were shot dead over Thanksgiving weekend in the south suburbs.
Residents Served By Mount Greenwood Post Office Say They've Had Problems With Mail Since Well Before PandemicPostal problems have been a side effect of the pandemic - but not in this case.
Teacher From Roselle Won't Even Let A House Fire Stop Him From Teaching His Students RemotelyJohn Little is 22 years old and has his first teaching job – and he wasn’t going to let a house fire get in the way of teaching his students remotely.
Despite Fewer Crashes Citywide, Oak Street S-Curve On Lake Shore Drive Remains Dangerous As EverFrom Jan. 1 to Nov. 29, there have been 199 crashes at the Oak Street S-curve on Lake Shore Drive. One person has died, and 32 people have been injured.
PHOTOS: 2020 Family Thanksgiving CelebrationsThe group may be smaller or may be meeting on a platform like Zoom this year, but festivity and gratitude are still everywhere this Thanksgiving.
2 Women Reach Out Social Media To Help Others, Brighten Lives During Holiday Amid PandemicThere has been an outpouring of holiday cheer on social media during the pandemic.
COVID In Chicago: UIC Researchers Say Sewage Testing Can Zero In On Where Virus Is Surging WorstThe subject of this story may not be dinner table talk, but it could be a game-changer in the fight against COVID-19. Chicago researchers are now testing sewage.
Sources: Former Police Supt. Eddie Johnson Pushed His Wife Away When She Tried To Stop Him From Burning Her UnderwearNew revelations surfaced Wednesday about how officers were alerted to respond to a domestic incident at former Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson's house.
FDA Approves Emergency Use Of Montoclonal Antibody Therapy For COVID-19: Doctors Explain How It WorksA COVID-19 treatment called monoclonal antibody therapy has just been approved for emergency use by the Food and Drug Administration, and we’re learning more about how it works.
Only On 2: CPD Officer Says They're Made To Work Even After Exposed To COVID; 'I Think It's Unsafe'"We're sitting on the buses. Nobody is wearing masks...Even in the daily operation of going to rollcall, nobody is wearing a mask,"