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Summer's here, your AC is humming -- and your bill is going up! New electric rates went into effect in June.
A group of Chicago aldermen is planning to call on City Hall's top watchdog to launch an audit of the city's red light camera system with an eye toward issuing refunds to anyone who has been wrongly ticketed.
A Waukegan man was sentenced to 40 years in prison Monday for kidnapping and torturing his ex-girlfriend in a North Chicago apartment over 24 hours in January 2013.
Richard Sincere has traveled regularly to Israel since studying in Tel Aviv in the early '70s, but it was one excursion in particular that left a lasting impact on the Evanston resident and businessman.
As Chicago looks to increase its presence on the global stage as a world-class city, it's no coincidence that five great public spaces are on the way simultaneously.
Officials are warning Chicagoans to expect heavy traffic in Wrigleyville and other parts of the city this weekend with a slew of concerts and summer festivals taking place.
The possibility that the civilian jetliner downed over war-torn eastern Ukraine with nearly 300 people onboard was hit by a missile could have profound consequences for the world's airlines.
In Chicago, the deeply rooted Ukrainian community is mourning those lives lost aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 and prays for the future of its troubled nation.
Because every presidential hopeful who visits Chicago to stump for someone else has a self-serving ulterior motive: money, money and more money.
The founder of the Malaysian Club of Chicago said he's getting word of a Chicagoan who might have been on board the Malaysia Airlines jetliner that crashed in Ukraine on Thursday.
In response to a growing need for memory care, a company with a specialized concept designed for residents living with Alzheimer's and dementia will begin construction on a new 30,000 square foot, $11.3 million memory care community in the Village of Gurnee.
AbbVie today announced its first Week of Possibilities, an employee volunteer program to support educational improvement projects in local communities where AbbVie is based.
A former North Chicago school board member was sentenced today to 10 years in federal prison for receiving at least $566,000 in kickbacks from three co-defendants who controlled several different transportation companies that received more than $21 million in student bus contracts over nearly a decade.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 10:52 am
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