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
Boy says he was tormented the entire school year, including threats against his life. Read More
Convent alleges it is exposed to "indignities" from neighboring facility. Read More
Chicago Teacher's Union questions whether budget maneuvers are politically-motivated. Read More
A popular trail in suburban Cook County is disappearing under a mountain of dirt, along with sections of a barrier designed to prevent an invasive fish species from spreading. Read More
Woman charged with attempted murder for allegedly provoking confrontation with motorcyclists. Read More
Court records show Jake Malecek -- convicted of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the death of a teen -- has been doing much more than just attending work and school. Read More
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
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