Snitches are emerging as enthusiastic allies as cities, states and countries work to enforce directives meant to limit person-to-person contact amid the virus pandemic that has claimed tens of thousands of lives worldwide.
A married couple who emigrated from Ukraine more than two decades ago died of the coronavirus only hours apart over the weekend.
Officials said that the infant is the youngest person in Illinois to die after contracting the novel coronavirus.
The total number of infected people at the nursing home is 42 – 30 residents and 12 staff members.
Officials have announced that 22 people at a nursing home in suburban Chicago have tested positive for coronavirus.
Around the country, people rushed to line up child care and make arrangements to work from home.
Thousands of people waited hours in line at O'Hare Airport customs on Saturday, apparently because of new coronavirus screening procedures, prompting the governor of Illinois to tweet, "the federal government needs to get its s@#t together. NOW."
Chicago bars were packed Saturday afternoon into the evening as revelers celebrated St. Patrick's Day a few days early and ignored warnings about the coronavirus pandemic.
There are now 19 people in Illinois infected with the coronavirus.
A 48-year-old woman has been charged in connection with the abuse and abandonment of a dog found last month in southwest suburban Willow Springs.
Chicago Public Schools is officially doing away with Columbus Day in favor of Indigenous Peoples Day, according to a report.
A former U.S. Marine and DEA supervisory special agent broke the Guinness World Record for holding a plank. George Hood, 62, held the plank for 8 hours, 15 minutes and 15 seconds.
If the allegations are true, the teacher’s comments would be a violation of the district’s anti-discrimination policy.
In a story FOX 32 News broke first, former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett was indicted Tuesday in Chicago by special prosecutor Dan Webb, stemming from the alleged racist and anti-gay attack on him that occurred in January of 2019.
An industrious group of Girl Scouts sold hundreds of boxes of their signature cookies after setting up shop outside of a Chicago cannabis dispensary over the weekend.
A 19-year-old man suspected of spraying disinfectant inside a Walmart in suburban Chicago while announcing to startled customers that he was infected with the new coronavirus turned himself in to police.
Privacy advocates hail Illinois' strict biometric privacy law as the nation's strongest form of protection in the commercial use of such data, and it has survived ongoing efforts by the tech industry and other businesses to weaken it.
Illinois' first month of legal recreational marijuana generated nearly $40 million in sales, state officials announced Monday.
Qaw’mane Wilson, 30, was sentenced Friday by a Cook County judge.
Gregory Rieves, 51, who retired from the state police in March after 25 years with the agency, was rushed to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.