The Fraternal Order of Police say they are prepared to file an unfair labor practice charge against the brass of the Chicago Police Department over a plan to implement a pilot program in three districts which the union... Read More
The Chicago Transit Authority says a runaway train that rammed another Blue Line train had been left idling for 48 hours, and the agency has taken action by firing two employees, and suspending two others in the aftermath of... Read More
The OEIG found that inspector Charles Drager falsified official records, violated the department's administrative code, and failed to report his secondary employment. The Inspector General cited Drager's work as a part-time "vocal... Read More
Union president Robert Kelly calls the charging, suspension and probation of a switchman is "ludicrous." Read More
Over the past two years, hundreds of motorists have alleged a Chicago-based auto insurance company has systematically denied claims and refused to pay people whose cars were damaged in accidents caused by its customers. Read More
Two more Dresden Nuclear Power Plant employees have been arrested in the past month, further calling into question the security screening that all nuclear power plant employees must undergo on a regular basis. Read More
Court filings show Markham and Harvey police departments paid millions of dollars to settle complaints involving Anthony Debois. Phil Rogers reports.
Woman strip searched by LaSalle County Sheriff's deputies speaks out for first time. Read More
Former Rep. Jesse Jacks on Jr. has agreed to put his Washington, D.C. home on the market in an effort to satisfy a $750,000 forfeiture he owes, court documents filed Friday indicate.
The popularity of E-cigarettes, those battery operated inhalers that deliver nicotine without the smoke, is on the rise. But the $1.5 billion dollar business continues to battle a slew of health, safety and regulatory... Read More
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