Woman Fined Nearly $1,000 For Ticket She Says She Paid 9 Years AgoImagine getting a letter from the city saying you owe $980 dollars because you paid a ticket late more than nine years ago.
Electrician Buys $2 Million Lottery Ticket While Running ErrandsEarlier this month, Chase Knapp bought a scratch off ticket while out getting pet food and quarters for his fiancée.
Study: Police Still Arresting -- Not Writing Tickets -- For Marijuana PossessionResearchers at Roosevelt University spent more than a year studying marijuana arrests across the state, why and where people are arrested and how much it costs.
City Says Chicago Man's Ticket For Dumping Snow In Street Was MistakeA Northwest Side business owner is now off the hook, after getting a ticket from the city last week for allegedly dumping snow into the street three months ago.
3 Months Later, Chicago Man Gets Ticket For Shoveling Snow Into StreetA Northwest Side business owner has a court date the first week of July during which he’s going to have to prove that he didn’t shovel snow into the street back in March.
A Dozen Illinoisans Come Within One Number Of $600M Powerball Jackpot One number in Saturday night’s Powerball drawing was the difference for a dozen Illinois players between being $10,000 richer and living the life of a multi-millionaire.
Pastor Threatens Lawsuit Over Alleged Racial Profiling In GlencoeAn Evanston pastor has threatened to sue police in north suburban Glencoe, accusing one of its officers of racial profiling.
Tunney Seeks Crackdown On Failure To Shovel SnowFailing to shovel your walkway this winter could be a costly mistake.
Man Arrested After Forcing His Way Onto Plane At MidwayA South Side man was arrested at Midway International Airport Tuesday evening, after pushing his way onto a plane without a ticket or boarding pass.
Double-Digit Metra Fare Hike Likely Next YearIt's looking more and more like two years of double-digit fare increases are just up the track for Metra riders.
Naperville Man Ticketed After Being Hit By CarAn incident Friday afternoon in west suburban Naperville has given a whole new meaning to the expression “running into a neighbor.”