Latest Autos News
Thieves Make Easy Pickings Of Unlocked Cars In Western Springs
The victims are all what police are calling easy targets, with cars unlocked or garage doors left open. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports..
2 Arrested After Shootout With Chicago Cops Leads To Chase Into Alsip
What began with a gunshot turned into a chase, a car crash, and a very tense morning for police in Chicago and Alsip, where schools were closed amid a search for one of the suspects.
Chicago Men Patrolling Streets To Create Safer Communities
New Era Chicago is doing street patrols in what the men call the diamond, the four neighborhoods they say are plagued by violence: Roseland, South Shore, Austin and Englewood.
Cubs Fan Tries To Sell Car With A World Series Incentive
A man is selling his car with an incentive if the Chicago Cub’s win the World Series.
Miserable Milestone: Chicago Surpasses 600 Homicides This Year
Nonfatal shootings also are way up citywide. As of last week, more than 2,100 people had been wounded this year and survived, compared with about 1,400 people shot in the same time period in 2015, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.
Emanuel Aide: Two-Thirds Of Valet Companies Breaking The Law
A top city official said Tuesday there needs to be a tighter rein on valet companies, after a recent investigation revealed two-thirds of them were violating city ordinances.
Dash Cam Video Shows Deadly High-Speed Police Chase, Crash
Two of the suspects died in that crash. The four officers sustained non-life threatening injuries. The chase and crash are still under investigation.
Man Gets 3 Years For South Side Crash That Killed Passenger
Wallace Faust, 20, pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of aggravated DUI in an accident causing death.
Dallas Shoplifting Call Leads To Chase & Suspect Shot With Taser On Highway
Two men are in jail after a wild high-speed chase that ended with one of them being shot with a taser gun while running across lanes of a busy North Texas highway.
Report: Only 18 Percent Of Americans Can Drive Manual
A new report shows fewer Americans own a car with manual transmission let alone know how to operate one. And there appear to be a number of reasons for it.