Authorities are analyzing how a Mokena couple who run Josco Construction Services in Joliet spent the remaining amount of a $1.1 million Paycheck Protection Program loan. Prosecutors alleged they spent more than half of that amount on a residence.
Winds with regular gusts of 35 to 40 mph are expected across northern Illinois, the National Weather Service advised.
Sherri Puhl, 52, of Joliet, died from injuries in an accident that was caused by “careless use of stove and smoking material,” according to the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office.
A 41-year-old woman has been flown to a Cook County hospital after suffering serious burns to her clothes at a Joliet residence.
Holiday festivities abound in throughout the communities in western Cook County.
Here are five tips for the busiest travel season of the year.
In October, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced a national shortage of Adderall, noting one of the main manufacturers of the drug was experiencing delays and there was not sufficient supply to meet demand.
Nearly 100 men and women from across northern Illinois will bring their barbershop-style vocal prowess to the stage for a Christmas concert repeated in St. Charles and Wheaton.
The Federal Aviation Administration has officially approved a massive redo of O’Hare International Airport that will mean new terminals, gates, hotels and development on the western side of the airport.
In the week leading up to the country’s most food-oriented holiday, leaders at suburban food pantries say they are working to feed more people amid rising grocery prices and fewer donations.
Scattered snow showers will once again impact northern Illinois, some causing sharp reductions in visibility both Friday evening and Saturday, the National Weather Service advised.
Kaquanice Larry and Whitney Flowers fraudulently obtained $75,000 in unemployment benefits with the use of stolen identities, according to the Illinois Attorney General's Office. Larry was further accused of defrauding the Paycheck Protection Program with a fictitious company.
The highest snow totals in the region, as of about 8 a.m., were along a narrow line from Plainfield to La Grange, the National Weather Service said on Twitter.
The firm building the Obama Presidential Center has suspended operations there after a noose was found at the Chicago site, and it’s offering a $100,000 reward to help find who was responsible.
You may see more coyotes between now and February as youngsters hit the road to look for mates and establish their own territories after leaving the dens where they grew up.