Mueller Report Now In The Hands Of The Justice DepartmentMueller is only required to release a summary of the findings. But top Democratic leaders said it's imperative for Mr. Barr to make the full report public.
Flooding In Suburban Berwyn Has Senior Citizen Worried About More Water Damage"I have a bad knee. My grandson lives with me and he's a disabled vet...We have a hard time getting out. Even to just get to the garage."
U.S. EPA Tests Soil In Mount Greenwood For Hazardous Chemicals"People who get exposed to it, they can get cancer at high enough levels."
Mother Mad At Cemetery After Son's Grave Is Flooded"When they lowered my son in the grave and hundreds of people were out here. We were all witnessing the water pouring in from around the front and the sides."
Recent Robberies In Beverly Concern Business Owner"Any crime in our neighborhood is unusual. We're a very tight-knit community. We look out for each other."
Butler College Prep Kids Get Scholarship SurpriseDuring the "Draft Day" presentation, UIC offered those students full ride scholarships to study education as part of their Call Me MiSTER program.
Preckwinkle Has Stopped Spending Money On TV AdsMeantime, Toni Preckwinkle received the endorsement of a host of west siders, including Illinois U.S. Congressman Danny Davis.
At The Cozy Corner, The Bill Doesn't Add Up"It adds up with all of the customers. It could add up to thousands of dollars in the end."
Anti-Gay Flyers Make Their Way Into Mayor's RaceIf victorious, Lightfoot is set to make history not only as Chicago's first black female mayor, but Chicago's first openly gay mayor as well.
Preckwinkle Downplays Lightfoot's Endorsements From Former Mayoral RivalsLightfoot has raised $676,000. By contrast, Preckwinkle has raised $329,000 with labor unions the biggest contributors at $135,000.
Joliet Bridge Still Showing 'Permanent Deformation' Worrying EngineersThe long term plan would be to replace this bridge but funding is still an issue.
Mayoral Candidates Outline Their Solutions For Chicago's ProblemsBoth candidates said poor communities need more investment, jobs, and mental health facilities.