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Sterigenics trial: Closing arguments wrap up 1st lawsuit against Willowbrook company over emissions

Susan Kamuda is suing the Willowbrook company, claiming emissions from its plant caused her breast cancer and her son's non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Massive alligator spotted strolling through Texas subdivision: VIDEO

Have you ever seen a gator be lifted off the ground by a tow truck? Now you have! 🐊

R. Kelly found guilty in Chicago of child porn, enticing girls, but not of rigging 2008 trial

A federal jury on Wednesday convicted R. Kelly of several child pornography charges in his hometown of Chicago, delivering another legal blow to a singer who used to be one of the biggest R&B star

Ready, Set, Pay Online: Illinois Tollway makes it easy to pay missed tolls, get relief

With Tolling 2020, the Illinois Tollway is making it easier than ever to pay missed tolls while providing relief on existing violations.

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Chicago in search of 'perfect tree' to become city's official Christmas tree for Millennium Park

Christmas is still more than three months away but the search for Chicago's official holiday tree starts today.

Chicago shooting: 2 boys shot just minutes apart in South Side homes, CPD says

Chicago shootings injured 2 children inside their homes in Burnside and West Woodlawn just minutes apart on the South Side Wednesday, CPD said.

Illinois law eliminating cash bail faces criticism, but supporters say it makes system fairer

Critics say the Safe-T Act, which will eliminate cash bail in Illinois as of January 1, is dangerous. Supporters say it makes the system fairer.

Pritkzer, Bailey continue to throw down on crime

Darren Bailey says "The Purge" dystopia is here in Chicago and blames Gov. J.B. Pritzker. Pritzker says Bailey's a hypocrite who actually voted against funding state crime labs and explains why busing

Federal jury in Chicago convicts R. Kelly on multiple counts, but acquits him of fixing his 2008 child pornography trial

Federal jury in Chicago convicts R. Kelly on multiple counts, but acquits him of fixing his 2008 child pornography trial

Federal jury in Chicago convicts R. Kelly of at least 1 charge at child pornography trial

Federal jury in Chicago convicts R. Kelly of at least 1 charge at child pornography trial

Chicago federal jury gets R. Kelly's child pornography and trial-fixing case

Chicago federal jury gets R. Kelly's child pornography and trial-fixing case

Son says renowned jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis, 87, winner of three Grammys, has died at home in Chicago

Son says renowned jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis, 87, winner of three Grammys, has died at home in Chicago

Chief justice to retire from state Supreme Court

Illinois Supreme Court Chief Justice Anne M. Burke announced Monday she will retire from the bench effective Nov. 30.

Renowned Chicago jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis has died, age 87

Renowned jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis, whose music entertained fans over a more than 60-year career that began with the Ramsey Lewis Trio and made him one of the country's most successful jazz musicians,

Crowds queue for Queen Elizabeth II's coffin as King Charles III spends quiet day

Thousands of mourners lined up through the night to file past the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II in Parliament's Westminster Hall on Thursday. Jim Dolan has the story.

Medicare prescription drug plans offer cost control for 1st time ever, helping thousands of seniors

Medicare prescription drug plans will offer cost control for the first time ever next year, benefitting thousands of Illinois seniors.

Police: Shooting leaves 2 dead, 7 hurt in Chicago park

A shooting at a southside Chicago park has left two people dead and seven others wounded

LIV Golf's controversial, Saudi-backed tour comes to Rich Harvest Farms in Kane County

The Liv Golf series will be played in the Chicago area at Rich Harvest Farms. It's surrounded by controversy because it's financed by Saudi Arabia.

Jury starts deliberating in R. Kelly's child porn and trial-fixing case

Jurors began deliberating Tuesday at R. Kelly's federal trial in Chicago, sorting through a month of evidence and arguments to weigh charges accusing the singer of producing child pornography, enticin

Rev. Jesse Jackson released from rehab after undergoing therapy for Parkinson's disease

Reverend Jesse Jackson was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2017.

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