The principal of school on Chicago's North Side school spoke out Thursday, contending that the training offered by a suburban company was inadequate and that questions about the no-bid contract Supes Academy received are nothing... Read More
Former congressman Aaron Schock may be gone, but he still has to explain himself to the Federal Election Commission. Read More
Allegations of fake loans, lies and threats finally caught up with Chantelle Dickey. The Federal Trade Commission and the Illinois Attorney General filed suit against Dickey and her husband, Charles Dickey, that accuses them of... Read More
Plant once leaked into Chicago’s main source of drinking water
remains a a source of controversy, and federal regulators said they will continue to monitor the plant closely. Read More
If you have unused gift cards in your wallet right now, you are in good company: There’s an estimated $44 billion dollars in unredeemed gift cards floating around out there. Read More
Armed with only a laptop and the strength of social media, Alaa Basatneh helped guide a revolution more than 6,000 miles away from her home. Read More
State Police investigators say they are pursuing promising leads in one of the state’s most troubling cold cases: the 1992 kidnapping and murder of 21-year-old Tammy Zywicki. Read More
Kankakee residents last year voted down a proposed sales tax increase to maintain jail staffing levels. NBC Chicago's Phil Rogers reports.
Dozens of companies closed their doors and cost the county millions of dollars after Illinois lawmakers reformed tax rules. NBC Chicago's Phil Rogers reports.
Every year, government investigators try to plug a very expensive leak in the federal system: public employees who use their federally-issued credit cards, to buy gasoline for themselves and others. Read More