Melrose Park to join nuns' lawsuit against strip club. Read More
Chicago's Department of Transportation is knee deep in repair requests, with residents waiting months or more than a year for relief. Read More
A widow files a lawsuit claiming generic Paxil (paroxetine) tablets triggered her husband's suicide. Read More
Nursing students at Richard J. Daley College have complained to administrators as well as officials at the City Colleges of Chicago over what they see as unfair testing procedures. Read More
There are estimates that the repair tab for bridges in Illinois would now run a whopping $10 billion. Read More
Swimmers who enjoy Chicago-area beaches along Lake Michigan and numerous inland lakes may be exposed to potentially harmful levels of bacteria for hours or days before officials take action. Read More
When demand exceeds supply, black market organ sales seen by some as a win-win proposition. Read More
Two men say they were treated like criminals and removed from a plane after insisting attendants check out a suspicious bag, but Spirit Airlines claims the men were disruptive. Read More
The pollution events raise concerns with critics who say a massive project aimed at decreasing combined sewage overflows is taking too long to implement. Read More
New energy efficient windows are designed to keep the heat out in the summer and the heat inside during the winter, but they appear to be having an undesirable effect -- burning objects in their magnified path. Read More
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New law breeds confusion and con artists.
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