At least 30 citations have been issued to Chicago businesses for flouting the indoor mask mandate, the city said.
A federal judge has noted "serious ongoing" violations to the rights of transgender prison inmates in Illinois which must be "immediately addressed."
Illinois State Police said 10 troopers have been injured this year in Scott’s Law-related crashes.
U.S. sailor Maggie Shea of Wilmette and her teammate Stephanie Roble failed to qualify for the 49er FX skiff class final after an unusual penalty in the qualifying races.
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Leaders of the Kenosha Coalition Organizing Resolution, or KCOR, introduced the program Wednesday and plan to hold “community restoration walk…
Illinois State Police conducted extra patrols to enforce laws regarding alcohol and drug-impaired driving during June.
Six Flags Great America has agreed to a $36 million settlement to end a class-action lawsuit over the amusement park’s use of finger-scan entry gates.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's administration on Monday rescinded a rule that limits restaurant tables to no more than six people, a day after she apologized for ignoring the COVID-19 regulation at an East Lansing bar.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security inspector general's office detailed several violations at a southern Illinois jail that houses Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees, according to a report released Thursday.
Driver who prosecutors say ran from fatal wreck will face trial unless defense and prosecution can work out a plea deal.
A 25-year-old Des Plaines man with a long history of traffic violations was driving 108 mph and under the influence of drugs when he caused a fatal crash last month that killed a husband and wife and their son in Mount Prospect, police and prosecutors said.
Payouts in the $650 million Illinois Facebook class-action privacy settlement have been delayed after three users of the social media platform appealed a court decision approving $345 each for 1.6 million class members.
Illinois Rep. Rodney Davis, the ranking Republican on the House Administration Committee, wrote to Blodgett alleging that Speaker Nancy Pelosi had avoided security screening on her way to the floor.
City of Springfield leaders called the gathering at a building at 11th and South Grand Avenue East where a Decatur man was shot early Saturday "an unsanctioned event" and will look to curb other such gatherings.
State troopers will be out in force in Fayette and Effingham counties and looking to arrest drunk or drugged drivers.
The Bloomington Liquor Commission on Tuesday fined 2 establishments a combined $1,300 for violating state-imposed COVID-19 mitigations and fined 4 businesses a combined $2,400 for failing to remit food and beverage taxes.
Preliminary investigation showed that the fire started at the top of the stairs into a second-floor unit, which is the only entry and exit to the unit. There were no smoke detectors on the second floor, where the family was found, officials said.
More than 125 people have been arrested so far on charges related to the violent insurrection led by supporters of President Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol. Here's a look at some of the more notable arrests and allegations made by authorities.
Police investigated whether Kyle Rittenhouse violated conditions of his bond after a photo widely shared on social media showed him in a Racine County bar on the afternoon of his arraignment.
Prosecutors have added a new infraction to the criminal case against Kyle Rittenhouse — a citation for violating curfew on the night of the shootings of three men in which he has been charged.
Joe Wargo previously told The Pantagraph they continued operating because the new restrictions were unfair. They followed social distancing, mask use and other procedures, he said.
Chicago Ald. Tom Tunney’s restaurant is facing up to a $10,000 fine from the city after he acknowledged letting people eat inside the establishment in violation of city and state rules designed to help stop the spread of coronavirus.