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A 3-year-old girl was found dead after an apartment fire that started when a mattress ignited Wednesday in the North Side Rogers Park neighborhood.
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A sign for the office for American Aviation Supply is seen near the door of Sycamore Place at 308 W. State St. in Sycamore.
American Airlines was sued Tuesday by Chicago's regional transportation agency, which claims the carrier engaged in a decadelong practice of illegally diverting millions of dollars in sales taxes it owed on jet fuel purchases.
Colleen M. Boraca has been named a clinical assistant professor at Northern Illinois University College of Law, where she will supervise and teach the law school's new health advocacy clinic course, beginning this semester.
A woman whose failed sterilization led to the birth of a child with sickle-cell disease may have a case for wrongful pregnancy, an Illinois appeals court ruled.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle is unopposed for re-election, so she's focusing much of her political effort and spending some of her campaign cash to ensure that three allies are nominated in the Democratic primary.
Jury selection began Tuesday in the trial of an Arlington Heights man accused of beating and stabbing his father to death at their home in 2011 after trying to take his life savings.
Arlington Heights police are still investigating what caused a Palatine man to speed in the wrong lanes of traffic on Rand Road, causing a five-vehicle accident Monday afternoon that ended his life and injured three others.
Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown is in the middle of two different situations that raise questions of ethics violations - and both sticky settings involve her husband Benton Cook.
Allan Kustok, 63, is convicted of murdering his wife Anita "Jeanie" Kustok on Sept.
Dana Sampson, whose parents were killed in the 1993 Brown's Chicken massacre, called the $451,000 award convicted murderer James Degorski received in a federal lawsuit ''excessive.'
The wife of an Illinois Tollway worker who died in a fiery January crash on the Reagan Memorial Tollway near Aurora is suing the truck driver charged with causing the crash and the trucking company that employed him.
Sex trafficking, a crime once in the shadows in the United States, has burgeoned through websites exploiting a loophole in federal law.
The Kane County Republican Central Committee has censured the 8th District Congressional primary candidate Manju Goel of Aurora for the tactics it claims she is using in her battle with opponent Larry Kaifesh of Carpentersville.
The following information is from the Glenview Police Department. An arrest is not an indication of guilt.
In over 30 years of practicing law, I have represented clients who have been severely injured or even killed because they were hit by a vehicle driven by someone who was DUI.