Woman wants to sell clothing featuring the dying words of Eric Garner.
Commission’s ‘Plan for 2015’ is heavy on past accomplishments, light on details.
Police deny spying on protesters. But a lawsuit asks when - or if - the department uses cell tracking tech.
Our Hey Gov! series travels to Edwards County, Illinois, one of the sickest in the state. We found a county different from Chicago in demographics and density, but with some of the same health challenges.
Our Hey Gov! series starts in Southern Illinois with a look at a small-town battle with statewide implications.
Edward Shultz was beaten by inmates in Cook County Jail more than 10 hours after a judge ordered Shultz's release.
Under the authority of Sheriff Tom Dart, Cook County makes inmates who’ve already been freed by a judge, go back to jail to be processed out.
The state is expanding its Aftercare pilot, but experts and data question whether the program is working.
Open tryouts for Gary’s indie-ball team draw baseball hopefuls looking for one last chance, or their first big break.
Illinois General Assembly is considering a dozen bills that could impact charter schools. Charter advocates want lawmakers to see the faces of affected students.