CHEERS! Guinness has tapped the Windy City to be the site of its second US brewery.
Police outside of Auckland arrested two men who were trying to sneak into the New Zealand city with a trunk-full of Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Molly Hart from AAA Chicago talks about why more people are transitioning to electric cars and some of the advantages of ditching gas-powered vehicles.
Students at Benet Academy in Lisle said that Amanda Kammes was offered the job and had been filling out paperwork when she listed her wife as an emergency contact. The students described Kammes as well-liked and well-qualified for the job.
United Airlines on Friday reported a system outage that briefly impacted its website and mobile app, as well as operations at some airports.
A local company's take on a caramel apple beer was so popular, it is back this fall.
Nikki Felming from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission dishes out tips for keeping your young children safe.
The igloos are coming back to the First Street Plaza in downtown St. Charles.
The Chicago Department of Public Health on Tuesday removed Connecticut and Washington, D.C. from its COVID-19 travel advisory.
The Powerball jackpot has grown to an estimated $432 million with a $313.5 million cash option before taxes. The next drawing is Wednesday.
While many toys are relatively inexpensive to produce, they are often shipped long distances – sometimes halfway around the world. That means shipping can be 30 to 40 percent of the total cost of a toy. And shipping prices have skyrocketed.
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The state of Illinois is also paying $1,000 bonuses to childcare workers, which they will get sometime between October and March.
Prices start at $50 for members and go up to $200.
A study found the best and the worst places to retire for the year 2021 based on affordability, activities, quality of life and health care.
Taco Bell wants you to help eliminate waste by sending your used sauce packets to be recycled.
There have been many shortages during the pandemic. Now, there is a shortage of tortillas in Chicago.
Several Chicago aldermen are calling on the city to mandate proof of vaccination when visiting indoor public settings.
For almost 100 years, some of the most popular bakeries around the Chicago area have been meeting monthly in an exclusive baker's club.
With back-to-school in full swing, safety experts and law enforcement are urging parents to be mindful of what they share in regards to a popular social media photo trend with kids – as it could make them easy targets for predators.