Russian company Evraz is looking to keep the state taxes of their employees as part of deal made with Illinois back in 2011.
A federal jury found Rev. Jeremiah Wright's daughter, Jeri Wright, guilty of money laundering Friday afternoon.
New data from the Chicago Department of Aviation shows that there were 6,321 O'Hare noise complaints mady by city and suburban residents in January, the most that have ever been recorded in a given month.
Cardinal Francis George is entering into a new, more aggressive regimen of chemotherapy to help fight his cancer diagnosis, has started to "show signs of new activity" near his right kidney.
About 1,000 layoffs will hit Illinoisans in upcoming months, according to notices submitted to the state.
The state's controversial pension overhaul is facing another legal challenge by state workers.
The U.S. Department of Labor is reporting that 175,000 jobs were added to the economy in February, which is higher than the upwardly revised 129,000 jobs created in January.
The Illinois Senate passed a resolution Thursday regarding the state's spending for 2015 that sets revenue at an estimated $34.49 billion.
Jewel-Osco has announced plans to pick up five additional Dominick's stores in the Chicagoland area.