A suburban COVID-19 testing company that halted operations amid complaints about missing results and reports of pending investigations will not reopen in Illinois in “the foreseeable future.”
State Rep. Avery Bourne of Montgomery County is anticipated to join Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin's ticket as soon as Monday at a campaign event in Aurora, which will kick off a battle royale to win the Republican primary June 28.
The Cook County Public Guardian's Office argues DCFS is not doing enough to place kids in proper care settings and has pushed the court to find the director in contempt in homes of causing action
From Jan. 3 to Monday, there were 221,527 new COVID-19 infections, and residents 19 years old and younger constituted 58,521 of those, the highest count in all age groups.
The former village president of Barrington Hills, McLaughlin is in his first term as a state representative
This month, Nicor Gas customers will pay more than twice as much as in the same month last year. People’s Gas bills will be up by 92%, while North Shore Gas customers will see a 41% hike.
DCFS is unable to move children to proper care facilities because of a "bottleneck" in the system, according to court documents. One 9-year-old girl has been in a psychiatric hospital for seven months after her scheduled release date
An Algonquin eye doctor who had been awaiting trial for the 2019 first-degree murder of his girlfriend, and who was investigated in his wife’s suspicious demise eight years earlier, has died.
The Chicago area’s heaviest snowfall since mid-February is expected to start at about noon on Saturday and will last through early Sunday when it gives way to frigid temperatures for a couple of days.
Snow started falling Tuesday morning, as much of northern Illinois was under a winter weather advisory for most of the day with up to three inches of snow possible