About 69,000 ComEd customers are without power Thursday morning after a heavy storm moved through the Chicago region. The storm also brought enough rain to set a new record. This month has been the wettest July in Chicago history.
The U.S. Postal Service announced Tuesday that it will be evaluating whether to close 14 Chicago-area post offices over the next few months because of a lack of revenue. More than 200 offices in Illinois are on a list that includes 3,700 locations nationwide.
To find out more about female veterans, Eight Forty-Eight turned to Larkin Ray Harris; Harris is a Navy veteran set to direct a study for the National Center on Family Homelessness about unemployment among female veterans in Chicago.
Some Illinois residents are worried about the potential closure of hundreds of postal offices in the state.The financially-troubled Postal Service announced Tuesday that it's considering closing more than 1 in 10 of its retail outlets. It will study 3,653 local offices and branches fo
The last month is on track to be one of Chicago's wettest Julys on record. For folks with flooded homes and businesses that’s obvious but where and when the next flood willl occur is not quite as clear.
Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy is calling on residents to help bring down the number of police-involved shootings. McCarthy spoke to reporters Tuesday, after officers shot and wounded two residents Monday in unrelated incidents."
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn said Tuesday that he hopes to avoid calling a special session of the legislature in September over work-rule changes at McCormick Place convention center.The governor met with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and legislative leaders Tuesday morning to discuss the issue, but did