With the support of five of its seven board members, Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Waukegan will be renamed John Lewis Middle School, effective July 1st.
Openlands Lakeshore Preserve in suburban Highland Park remains closed after a suspected grenade and other World War II-era materials were found on the lakefront last week.
A Zion man has been sentenced to 13.5 years in prison for allegedly conspiring to provide material support to ISIS.
It's going to be a cool and dry week ahead in Chicago and the suburbs. Monday, April 12, will be partly sunny with highs in the low 60s and winds gusting to 35 mph. A dry cold front will pass Monday night.
A U-Haul truck became stuck on a bridge in northwest suburban Long Grove Friday afternoon.
For 20 years, the nonprofit Diveheart has been changing lives by introducing a new wave of therapy.
Warren Township High School Superintendent John Ahlgrim talks about the devastation to their athletic department after voters struck down a tax hike that would've saved their sports programs.
More than two-thirds of Oak Park residents voted "No" when it came to defunding the police.
If you talk to administrators at Warren Township High School, the stakes for Tuesday's referendum could not be higher.
Lake County Clerk Robin O'Connor breaks down some of the Lake County local elections taking place today and why she expects a great voter turnout.
A woman has been charged after biting a Lake County Sheriff's Deputy while he was attempting to provide her with paperwork from an earlier incident.
A Grayslake police officer shot and seriously wounded a man who threatened to kill himself and then pointed a gun that was later determined to be a replica.
There’s controversy brewing in Waukegan over changing the name of one of its schools. But some members of the community are pushing back against the move.
Maggie Morales from the Lake County Community Foundation talks about what they're doing to insure equitable distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Demetri's offers authentic Greek fare in north suburban Deerfield.
Lake County Health Executive Director Mark Pfister updates the status of their vaccine rollout.
FOX 32's Brittany Garzillo reports...
"This tax credit is definitely a blessing," said Maria Ramirez, a working mom in Waukegan. "I am working two jobs as a middle class American in Lake County. I've never qualified for any government assistance because I've made just over the minimum bracket. So it leaves me in a predicament where I don't qualify, so I have to get a second job."
Starting this week, these sites offer free COVID-19 vaccines to all eligible Illinoisans regardless of zip code.
A 65-year-old Ingleside man was shot at after a minor crash on the Tri-State Tollway Sunday morning in Lake County.