The city of Chicago is considering the feasibility of a municipally owned grocery store as a means of promoting equitable access to food following several notable store closures.
A crash involving a Greyhound bus and three commercial vehicles along Interstate 70 near St. Louis has left three people dead and more than a dozen injured, Illinois State Police say.
A renovated Walgreens store in downtown Chicago now only has two aisles of products available for public browsing while the rest is behind counters.
2Bears Tavern Group, an organization that owns four gay bars in Chicago, announced they are no longer selling Anheuser-Busch products due to the company's distancing from Dylan Mulvaney.
Residents are fleeing blue states in droves and affecting the adjusted gross incomes of the states they are leaving and moving to, according to recent data released from the IRS.
A viral TikTok video shows an employee at a Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen in Chicago dumping food on the floor and destroying the restaurant after he allegedly wasn't paid for a month.
Walmart is closing half of its Chicago stores by this upcoming Sunday, saying collectively the stores there “have not been profitable since we opened the first one nearly 17 years ago."
A Canadian Pacific train has derailed in the Chicago area, the latest in a series of train derailments around the U.S. in recent months.
Hedge fund billionaire and GOP mega donor Ken Griffin says he "would love" to see Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis run for president, touting his leadership in the state.
Happy Foods store owner Barbara Eastman warns she "can't afford" the "huge" costs associated with a state bill requiring businesses to hire their own security amid rising crime.
The Illinois Supreme Court issued an opinion in an ongoing case against White Castle in connection to the Biometric Information Privacy Act that could potentially result in major fines.
OSHA has issued citations against three Amazon facilities for conditions they say exposed workers to risk of lower back and other musculoskeletal injuries.
The Chicago Police Department held an event on Saturday in which residents received $100 gift cards if they turned in their guns with no questions asked.
A Chicago man who died of natural causes before Christmas in 2016 has left behind $11 million for his family in what officials say is a national record.
Amazon employees at two locations held walkouts Tuesday at the start of the company's second Prime Day of the year, making demands of the retail giant.
Certain residents in Cook County, Illinois will receive $500 monthly payments for a period of two years under a new pilot program.
Tyson Foods Inc. will relocate about 1,000 corporate positions from the Chicago area as well as South Dakota to its headquarters in Springdale, Arkansas.
The CEO of McDonald's says crime in Chicago has made it difficult to attract employees and suggested companies like his will continue to leave if the city doesn't address it.
Illinois health care workers who filed a lawsuit against their employers' vaccine mandate were awarded a $10 million settlement after arguing the rule violated Title VII.
The winning Mega Millions lottery ticket was sold at an Illinois Speedway location. The jackpot prize ballooned to $1.337 billion, the third-largest lottery prize.