Chicago, State Police Promise To Be Out In Force This Holiday WeekendTheir assurances come amid an alarming spike in expressway shootings. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Lansing Cop Shot Responding To RobberyOfficials said the officer's injuries are not life-threatening.
Chicago Woman Sentenced To Year In Jail For Kicking Cook County DeputyTina Silas kicked the officer in November 2013 when she was at the courthouse for a case involving her son. It was her third Class 2 felony.
Two Men Shot -- One Fatally -- At Englewood BarbershopThe owner of the shop, Sunni Ali Powell, tells WBBM he was just outside the shop when the men were shot.
Navy Pier Rolls Out Its New Ferris Wheel This Holiday WeekendCBS 2's Vince Gerasole got a preview.
Parents, Students, Educators Press Lawmakers In Springfield Over School FundingCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports from the Illinois state capital.
Chicago Students Show Their Art At Prestigious Loop LocationThe Union League Club says it has the largest private art collection in the Midwest outside of the Art Institute. Adding to that for the month of June is the work of twelve teens.
Bookings At Trump Hotels Plummet, Study Finds As his political momentum soars, bookings at Donald Trump's hotels are falling, including his property here in Chicago, a new analysis finds.
Chase Bank Robbed In Portage, IndianaA man displaying a handgun robbed a Chase bank branch in Northwest Indiana on Thursday, before fleeing in a car with two accomplices, another man and a black Labrador retriever.
Mel Reynolds Asks Judge To Push Back Tax Evasion TrialFormer congressman Mel Reynolds has asked a federal judge to grant him a three-month delay in his upcoming trial on misdemeanor tax evasion charges, claiming he can't prepare his case because of the conditions at the jail where he is being held.
Charges Filed In Beating Of 'Walking Man'A man has been charged with a misdemeanor in the beating of Joseph Kromelis, a fixture in downtown Chicago known as "Walking Man."
Pension Board To Let Fox Lake Officials Comment In Gliniewicz CaseThe Fox Lake police pension board unanimously voted Wednesday to let village officials present evidence when the board convenes in the case of Lt. Joe Gliniewicz and his widow, Melodie Gliniewicz.