Hundreds Protest After Video Showing Laquan McDonald Shooting ReleasedHundreds of protesters took to the streets in reaction to the release of a police dash-cam video showing the shooting death of Laquan McDonald
Chicago Police Issue Alert After Packages Stolen From Postal Trucks Chicago Police have issued an alert after a series of thefts of U.S. Postal vans.
Chicago's Official Christmas Tree Lit In Millennium ParkThousands gathered at Millennium Park to watch Chicago's annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
Gary Police Release Surveillance Images Of Suspect Wanted For Burglarizing Car WashGary Police have released surveillance image of a suspect wanted in connection with a burglary at a car wash last week.
Who Was Laquan McDonald?Who was Laquan McDonald? CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker takes a look at his complicated life from the view of educators and family friends.
Pastors Call For Peaceful Protests Amid Release Of Officer Shooting VideoCBS 2's Vince Gerasole met with Chicagoans today, from politicians to pastors, recognizing the frustrations of the masses, and calling for calm.
City Releases Graphic Video Of Laquan McDonald Shooting Tuesday AfternoonThe city on Tuesday released a graphic, disturbing video of a Chicago police officer fatally shooting a teenager on the South Side last year, firing his gun 16 times in the span of 15 seconds as the young man appeared to be facing away from police.
Where Are Air Travelers Going For Thanksgiving?Thanksgiving has always been a popular time to travel, but where are all those people actually going?
Man Gets 55 Years For Fatal Shooting Last Year In West Garfield ParkAlexander Scott, 31, was found guilty of first-degree murder on Feb. 12 after a bench trial before Judge Charles Burns, according to Cook County court records.
Celebrate The Season With #GivingTuesdayThis season, WBBM Newsradio, 670 The Score, CBS 2 and the entire CBS Corporation has committed to supporting “Giving Tuesday” to shine a light on the importance of giving back to our local communities.
Rauner Wants More Info From White House On Syrian RefugeesSpeaking publicly for the first time about his announcement Illinois would temporarily stop accepting Syrian refugees in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, Gov. Bruce Rauner on Tuesday declined to elaborate on how the state would block Syrian migrants from resettling here.
Suspect In Oak Park Kidnapping Turns Himself InSherman Henderson, 31, was taken into custody at the Oak Park police station Monday night, after showing up with his attorney, according to a statement from Oak Park police.