A top Cook County Republican and several Democrats in the Chicago City Council are urging voters to vote "no" on Chief Judge Tim Evans.
The indoor skydiving experience iFLY lets participants feel like they are flying in midair. But a southwest suburban man claims it left him paralyzed.
It's billed as fun for everyone but a Palos Park man is suing, claiming indoor sky diving left him wheelchair bound and puts others in extreme danger.
The water feature near Palos Park in Cook County was formerly called Laughing Squaw Sloughs, but is now known as Cherry Hill Woods Sloughs, while the former Squaw Island in Calhoun County has been renamed Calhoun Island.
Kristen Conners, an audiologist from Prescription Hearing, talks about how pandemic mask mandates led many people to recognize hearing problems they'd always been experiencing. For more, go here: prescriptionhearing.com
If you are in the market for a new vehicle, or maybe an RV, look no further than the Palos Fire Protection District. They are auctioning off a used ambulance said to be perfect for road tripping. Greg Berry is Municibid’s CEO and founder, the company hosting the auction.
A suburban school is spreading some holiday cheer. FOX 32 goes 1-on-1 with Barbara Plucinski, 2nd grade teacher for Palos Consolidated School District 118.
Rene Leyva from the McCord Gallery and Cultural Center talks about how they have fared since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Police in Palos Park say several residents in the southwest suburb have received unsolicited seeds in the mail from China.
Unrequested debit cards from KeyBank are likely a sign that a scammer requested unemployment benefits using a victim’s stolen identity, but was unable to change the forwarding address.
Scammers may use emails and fake websites in their phishing and malware attacks, police said in a statement.
Police are looking for two people who stole a cash register from a Subway restaurant Sunday in the southwest suburb.
Jonas Pasaulis was last seen about noon Monday when he left his Palos Park home to do construction work in Lemont, according to Palos Park Police Chief Joe Miller.
Police in southwest suburban Palos Park are warning residents of phone scammers posing as FBI agents looking for information on a crime.