Man sues Markham Police Department claiming false arrest, excessive force. Read More
Everest College instructor says school was involved in deceptive practices. Read More
Morton Grove family commissioned independent autopsy that determined Pravin Varughese did not die as originally thought. Read More
A Morton Grove mother plans to sue after an independent autopsy determined her son, a Southern Illinois University student, did not die as originally thought. Read More
Wednesday's hearing dealt with an investigation into a 2009 drug conspiracy case, in which prosecutors say Brindley encouraged Rahshone Burnett, a convicted drug dealer, to lie on the stand to help his client. Read More
The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency is investigating a large fish kill near Huntley, but the answers may be coming from half a world away. Read More
The son of a Vietnam veteran who passed away in April said surveillance video would prove a North Chicago federal health care facility was not prepared to help his father when they arrived under emergency circumstances. Read More
More people using online money, but security risks remain. Read More
Girl kicked off train at Jefferson Park station at 11 p.m. Read More
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SUV involved in high-profile murder case before current owner bought it.
New law breeds confusion and con artists.
It’s a scheme similar to others that have preyed on consumers for years. The Federal Trade Commission likens it to the "sweepstakes scam" where consumers win millions, or the "secret shopper: job that pays so well.
Business owners say their ratings on the site dropped after declining to pay for advertising. Some liken it to extortion. Lisa Parker reports.
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.