A person can fly roundtrip from Chicago to Springfield next week for a little over $200. So, why are Illinois taxpayers spending nearly five times that amount to fly politicians and bureaucrats the same route? More>>
One day after FOX 32’s story about a pricey park that taxpayers paid for, but can't use, leaders of the agency that built the park scrambled to avoid answering questions. More>>
With summer finally here, perhaps you'd like to take your family out to the park. Well, here's a story about a beautiful new park that you paid for, but you'll never be able to use. More>>
There's a lot the Riverdale Park District doesn't have. For instance, a swimming pool. However, one thing they do have is a credit card for the elected officials who run the park district. More>>
It's one of the most important rules in politics and government: you can't use taxpayer dollars to help your political campaign. More>>
If you find yourself needing a loan, you'd probably go to a bank. However, Village Officials in Southwest Suburban Summit found another way to get some fast cash -- from taxpayers. More>>
Despite the video, Sarah Naughton was acquitted in a criminal trial. However now, she is facing a different judgment – this time from her peers. More>>
It's been months since the last snowflake fell, but Chicago residents are still hitting potholes that make your teeth chatter. Which is why one Southside resident was puzzled when construction crews began repaving a road that virtually no one uses.
A deputy director at the Illinois Department of Natural Resources resigned Thursday just hours after FOX 32 confronted DNR officials with evidence that he needed a gone fishin' sign on his door last summer, while he was claiming to be sick. More>>
FOX 32 has uncovered new information about the rape kits discovered last February, gathering dust in a police station in south suburban Robbins. More>>
Cook County State's Attorney Investigator Frank Cupello wasn't interested in talking to us when we stopped by his home in Kildeer last February, wanting to know how he was able to live in this affluent area of Lake County for nearly two decades, yet vote in West Suburban Elmwood Park, 26 miles from his home, using his parent's address. More>>
Did a state trooper try to shakedown a man in order to get his gun?
An investigator with the Cook County State's Attorney's Office has stepped down after FOX Chicago News and the Better Government Association found him spending hours during his work day hanging out at a cigar shop. More>>