Hourly wages at Aldi start at $13.10 for store associates — about 65 percent more than Illinois’ minimum wage of $8.25.
Bears kicker Cody Parkey’s missed field goal and how one brewery responded dominated the news in Chicago this week — plus stories about R. Kelly.
These are the stories that mattered most to Chicago residents this week.
From a proposed gas tax hike, the Bears and another FBI raid at the offices of a local alderman, these are the stories that mattered in Chicago.
These are the stories that mattered to Chicagoans the most this week, including reports about the Rolling Stones and teens facing murder charges.
What mattered most to Chicagoans this week? Here’s a roundup of our top five stories.
Comedian-actress Erica Watson has launched a makeup collection with Nena Brands inspired by her childhood on Chicago’s South Side.
Two people in Illinois came short of winning the $1 billion Mega Millions jackpot, but came close with a $1 million prize.
Al’s Beef is turning 80 years old and marking the occasion with a special offer — 80 cents — for fans of its famed Italian beef sandwich.
People are reacting to the Oct. 5 verdict of Officer Jason Van Dyke, who was charged with murder for shooting and killing 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.
VIP packages for Michelle Obama’s book tour include one-on-one photos with the former First Lady. But it might be cheaper to meet Beyoncé.
Heinz’ mayo and ketchup mixture will soon be available at grocery stores – and Chicago could taste of the hybrid condiment before every other city.
The patriarch of the polygamous family from TV’s “Sister Wives” said they lived in “exile” after fleeing Utah in 2011.
Seven people were arrested at a rally calling for a Confederate statue at the University of North Carolina to be returned after it was yanked down.
Lyft’s “Ride to Vote” initiative is an effort to remove transportation barriers for potential voters in the upcoming Nov. 6 elections.