Sold under the brand name Tannerite, the explosive is composed of two separate ingredients: ammonium nitrate and aluminum powder. The two powders need to be mixed together before the product becomes explosive. Read More
A Chicago Reporter Investigation Reveals No "Due Process" For Many Immigrants Targeted for Deportation. Read More
Illinois taxpayers have been charged a total of $38,340.08 since January of 2012 for parking spaces for the personal cars of executives several state agencies. Read More
Even as foreclosure rates subside, homeowners "underwater" on their loans maintain one common complaint: paperwork delays seem to start, and end, inside banks. Read More
There were clear warning signs in the days leading up to the dramatic escape of two convicted bank robbers from the Metropolitan Correctional Center last December, NBC Chicago has learned. Read More
The private company that oversees on street parking in Chicago has seen revenue increase by 368 percent since 2008. Read More
Suburban emergency room attendants say they're seeing an increasing number of young adults who have overdosed on heroin, and they say there's no question the use began with access to pills. Dick Johnson reports.
The 2010 Illinois law imposed a fine of $100 dollars for any gang member convicted of a crime. But it's either not being collected or accused gang members aren't paying up. Read More
A Palos Heights homeowner says a Cook County program that was supposed to make her home energy-efficient instead left it much worse for the wear. Read More
The Federal Motor Carrier Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation provides a search tool offering crash and inspection history. Read More
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If signed by Gov. Pat Quinn, legislation would prohibit any teen with unresolved traffic citations from getting a state driver’s license.
Bank of America and Wells Fargo are accused by law enforcement of turning their backs on struggling homeowners. Lisa Parker reports.
It's a scam that's victimized people all over the country, and the hallmarks are always the same: a child in an accident, a wanted criminal in another car and a demand for wired money.
Realtors often at odds with online realty services say bad data is becoming an everyday headache.
When a device goes bad, whose duty is it to tell the patient?
Perpetrators of the so-called "Grandparent Scam" found a willing and loving victim when they targeted Alice Solinski, a grandmother to 11 and great-grandmother to 13.