Minimum Wage Hike Gives Fast Food Operators Major HeadachesThe state's minimum wage will rise to $15.00 an hour by 2025 after lawmakers gave final approval Thursday in Springfield.
Amazon Ditches New York HeadquartersAmazon said it does not plan to look for another location at this time, and will continue to build out offices in Arlington, Virginia, and Nashville, Tennessee.
Navy Pier Flyover Already Showing Signs Of Damage Two Months After First Section OpenedLess than two months after the first section of the Navy Pier Flyover opened along the lakefront, the long-delayed pedestrian and bicycle bridge already is showing surprising signs of wear and tear.
Robocalls Continue To Rattle 45th Ward Aldermanic Race"(There's) absolutely no truth to it. It's disgusting lies about our family and I wish they'd stop."
Aldermanic Candidate Under Fire For Controversial Photo: 'I Apologize'"It was silly. It was ridiculous. The kids in the photo were watching. They thought it was hilarious and so they wanted to take a photo with us and so we let them."
After CBS 2 Investigators Report, Senator Durbin Calls For Investigation Into SterigenicsCalling this an urgent health crisis, Senator Durbin and Senator Tammy Duckworth on Tuesday demanded the EPA find a third-party environmental engineering firm to identify a way to reduce emissions.
Lake Shore Drive Bridge Didn't Meet Certain Federal RequirementsWhile the Federal Highway Administration does not consider this design inherently unsafe, it can lead to priority status for replacement and rehabilitation.
LSD Bridge Emergency - 'Someone Caught It At The Right Time'IDOT will pony out 2.6 billion over the next six years for bridge maintenance and improvements but its own estimates, 10 billion dollars are needed.
A Push To Get A New, Longer Sentence For Jason Van DykeLegal experts argue if the judge had sentenced Jason Van Dyke on the 16 counts of aggravated battery, Van Dyke's prison term would be much longer.
14 More Men Framed By Corrupt Former Cop Ronald Watts To Be Cleared This WeekProsecutors will drop charges Monday against 10 more men allegedly framed by disgraced former Chicago Police Sgt. Ronald Watts, the fourth such mass exoneration linked to Watts and his team. Four more men with cases linked to the corrupt former cop will be exonerated later this week.
New Poll: In Mayor's Race, Daley Places SecondAccording to a mayoral poll prepared for one of the campaigns, Toni Preckwinkle leads at 16 per cent, with Daley at 14, and Gery Chico at 11.
Pilsen Developers Question Embattled Ald. Solis About Pulling The Plug On Residential-Retail Building"Everybody else in the community wanted it. And for no real reason, for no good reason, no rational reason, he dezoned it. His motives and his motivations are the key to this case and we want to depose him."