It was less than 30 years old, and the only stadium in the world to host the Olympics, the Super Bowl, and the Final Four. I say "was" because it was taken down (mostly) this morning by about 5000 pounds of explosives. Don't worry, it was on purpose.
Chicago police issued an alert after at least a dozen ATMs were found to have skimming devices attached to them at stores and banks across the city. The devices, placed over or inside card slots to steal account information from customers, were discovered at 13 separate locations in less than a …
People living in and around the Austin neighborhood on Chicago's West Side have been calling in reports for weeks about what they thought was a stray dog, or maybe even a coyote. Turns out, it wasn't either of them.
No, it's not your imagination. If you've been feeling the pinch in your wallet at the gas pump, it's because gas prices here in the Rockford area have made a jump of more than 20 cents in the last week.
It's arguably the most famous speech in American history, and from November 13th through November 26th, you can check out one of 5 surviving copies of the Gettysburg Address (handwritten by Abraham Lincoln) at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield.
You know the routine. Spring ahead, fall back. In case you'd forgotten, this is the weekend we crank our clocks back an hour as we make the transition from Daylight Savings Time to Standard Time. Many people wonder why we're still doing it.
If you've recently received a text from Western Union telling you that you've got some money waiting for you (along with a link to click on to get the cash), you're more than likely a potential scam victim. Don't click the link.