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
A suburban-Chicago mother battling Type 1 diabetes finally received the potentially life-saving medical device she said she needed. Read More
A year after a runaway Blue Line train tore through the station at O’Hare airport, the station’s escalator still hasn’t been repaired, forcing arriving O’Hare passengers to struggle with luggage to the platform below. Read More
An NBC5 Investigates report last month prompted a flurry of complaints from our viewers that raise questions about American Airlines and how it treats the sensitive issues surrounding death and previously purchased airline... Read More
The Congressman, already under fire for globe-trotting vacations, documented on Instagram and often billed at taxpayer or campaign expense, abruptly resigned on Tuesday. And today, federal subpoenas began going out, in what would... Read More
The Chicago teenager currently on trial for murder in Bali, Indonesia, is "ecstatic" to be a new mother, according to her Chicago-based attorney. Read More