Conversation and news about local officials, government and campaigns.
Medical Cannabis Pilot Program informational meeting takes place Wednesday, Aug. 20, in Chicago.
With the economical benefits of legalized marijuana working for Colorado, is your state the next in line?
You can double check your polling place and see a sample ballot online.
Daniel Biss, Jan Schakowsky, Laura Fine and Robyn Gabel are hosting the event as the ACA enrollment deadline approaches.
Nearly 5,500 new 17- and 18-year-old voters registered to vote during registration events held at 89 high schools around suburban Cook County in January and February
Gay couples wanting to marry won't have to wait until state law goes into effect in June.
Rep. Scott Drury has proposed legislation that would make posting explicit photos of someone without their consent a felony sex crime.
Residents criticized the part of a proposed Niles tree ordinance that would prevent people from cutting down trees on private property without a permit.
President Barack Obama's tribute to the wounded military man resulted in a long ovation and many wiping tears from their eyes.
In Tuesday's State of the Union address, will President Obama channel the spirit of Pete Seeger?
A surge of cyber attacks affecting millions of Americans has many of us wondering what to do.
The TCF Bank was inside Jewel-Osco store.
Park Ridge is no longer salting residential streets because it can't find salt to buy at any price. Will we all be sliding on the roads soon?
Temperatures are expected to drop well below zero on Monday, Jan. 27 and Tuesday, Jan. 28.
A close look at the current battle over net neutrality, and how last week’s ruling will affect the future of internet freedom.
A look at the growth of poverty in the suburbs of America.
Postage prices will rise on Jan. 26.
The village is trying to get grant money to fund a new police station and other needs, according to the Morton Grove Champion.
The Skokie Village Board will vote Jan. 21 on whether to sell the building to an agency which serves the developmentally disabled.
The village has seven licensed places people can play; mayor said he hasn't heard complaints.