There are over 200 new laws in Illinois that will go into effect beginning January 1, 2014. Although the changes affect many different social sectors,
Social media helps keep friends and family members connected, but new evidence suggests others are using these sites for a more sinister purpose.
Bernard Kerik, the former New York Police Commissioner who spent three years in jail on federal tax evasions charges, recently spoke out against
Another student has come forward in the wake of the Maine West High School boys soccer team hazing scandal. The juvenile is the fifth member of the
Drivers who live in the fast lane may soon be able to go a little faster on the highway after Gov. Pat Quinn approved a bill to up the speed limit to
A New Lenox man who paralyzed a 28-year-old by punching him outside an Illinois bar will receive 30 months probation and a monetary forfeiture in lieu
The Federal Communications Commission voted in a 2-1 decision to cap how much a prison phone service provider can charge for a 15-minute long-distance
A Park Forest man died from abdominal cavity bleeding late last week after he was hit by bean-bag rounds fired by police.The incident all began