Feds have asked for 17 years for Vicente Zambada-Niebla, son of other top Sinaloa cartel boss
City Hall refuses to pay to defend John R. Schuler from the lawsuit.
You could be a great driver but still have to pay more because of gender, ZIP code, other reasons unrelated to driving, a Sun-Times investigation found.
Judge Nicholas Ford, a former prosecutor whose rulings in a police brutality case, other criminal matters have come under fire on appeal, has retired.
ANALYSIS: To most who follow development, growth, "Mayor 1 Percent" tag hung on Emanuel is unfair. Others say he did too little for neighborhoods.
The FBI is trying to determine who paid for the ring former Pat Quinn press secretary Brooke Anderson got from her husband Lou Bertuca, the ex-governor’s 2014 campaign manager.
A Cook County judge found an eyewitness persuasive in a Chicago murder case. What he — and the accused — didn’t know: The witness was legally blind.
Former Chicago police Sgt. Eric J. Elkins, who quit amid two internal affairs probes, had been the subject of a Chicago Sun-Times investigation.
Tens of thousands in Illinois are waiting months for health care because of state backlog in determining who’s eligible for Medicaid.
THE WATCHDOGS: Loan now part of a broadening federal probe of failed Washington Federal Bank for Savings that also includes bank president's hanging.
Even when they are involved in runway mishaps at O'Hare Airport that violate safety regulations and could pose a deadly hazard, Chicago city workers routinely escape serious disciplinary action, records obtained by the Sun-Times show.
Ald. Edward M. Burke's law firm has financial ties to nearly every development project he touted during his recent re-election campaign, a Better Government Association investigation found.
A city worker assigned to ensure runway safety was involved in a runway mishap at O'Hare Airport on April 2, when he drove a municipal vehicle onto a live runway as an American Airlines jetliner was landing.
Jesus Raul Beltran Leon’s guilty plea scuttles a drug conspiracy trial set for next month.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission is urging consumers to check the make and model of their dehumidifiers to see if they've been recalled, warning of fires.
Chicago’s Noble Network of Charter Schools has spent $338,000 related to the sudden retirement of its CEO, who said he’d "acted inappropriately" with recent female graduates of the city’s largest government-funded but privately run charter network.