Nearly a dozen public housing authorities in the Chicago area will receive $75 million in federal funding for development, financing and modernization, federal officials said.
A video gambling operator who was denied approval to open a casino-racetrack near Chicago is suing the Illinois Gaming Board, alleging that one of its employees illegally accessed sensitive information about him and his company and leaked it to three federal agencies.
A South Carolina lottery winner threw away his ticket before he realized he’d hit the jackpot.
2020’s super bowl ads had the laughs, the tears and the news. Here are some of the commercial highlights.
Women and minorities who own businesses will be able to network at a state transportation event scheduled this month.
Some of the groups tasked with helping ensure that Illinois gets a good turnout for the 2020 census haven't received their state funding yet.
Powerball will draw winning numbers for its $394 million jackpot Wednesday night at 11 ET.
Underprivileged areas in Chicago will receive an estimated $20 million investment for revitalization efforts that prioritize affordable housing and economic development, Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Monday.
A suburban Chicago man who cultivated the image of being a heavyweight in the Las Vegas sports gambling scene has been charged in U.S. District Court with operating a wire fraud scheme that defrauded one victim of millions of dollars, court records show
Bank accounts are getting harder to hack, so cybercriminals are increasingly targeting retirement accounts, such as 401(k), and experts warn that there's no guarantee you'll get reimbursed after a hack.
More young people are renting furniture and several start-ups are racing to fill up their living rooms and bedrooms.
Churches in the St. Louis area have bought up and eliminated nearly $13 million in medical debt that was weighing down 11,000 families.
The office of the State Fire Marshall is accepting applications for its Small Equipment Grant Program.
Someone stashed more than $43,000 in a footstool and forgot about it, before donating it to a Michigan resale shop in Owosso Township.
Researchers estimated that a $1 increase to the current state minimum wage could have prevented 27,550 suicide deaths from 1990-2015, according to estimates from a new study published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.
Illinois could lighten its property tax burden by consolidating governmental taxing districts.
A Sioux Falls company has awarded holiday bonuses its 120 employees likely won’t forget.
A new rideshare tax goes into effect in Chicago on Monday, and riders traveling solo via Uber and Lyft will pay the highest price.
Mercedes is recalling 750,000 cars because the sunroofs could rip off while driving.
There's many ways you can re-purpose your Christmas tree after the holidays.