Study shows crime went up 7 percent when blocks of streetlights broken. Read More
Markers can come loose and smash into vehicles. Read More
Streetlights were not working when woman was carjacked and fatally struck by her vehicle Tuesday. Read More
Group objects to board's failure to allow public comment at meeting. Read More
Renovations company pulls Chicago man's warranty following an online review. Read More
Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk publicly called for the Chinese government to do more to stop the drug from entering the U.S. Monday.
The new Crime Prevention Information Center is a high tech control room deep inside police headquarters which serves as a conduit to put intelligence information into the hands of officers on the street. NBC 5's Phil Rogers reports.
A report on the matter from the Illinois Office of the Executive Inspector General, says Dr. George Reid received $16,000 severance after he was asked to resign, but negotiated additional payments of $32,000, the equivalent of two... Read More
The Chicago Transit Authority hopes an investigation will provide answers as to what caused pieces of steel to come loose from the track Tuesday night causing a train derailment in the Loop. Read More
A group of Stone Park nuns are stepped up their efforts to close down a neighboring strip club by organizing a community march Wednesday. 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.