Police Release New Suspect Photos In Deadly Robbery AttemptChicago Police released additional photos Tuesday afternoon of the suspects who attempted to rob a couple downtown over the weekend, leading to the woman’s death as she tried to escape by running across Lake Shore Drive.
Police Investigate Attempted Child Abduction In Park RidgePolice are investigating an attempted child abduction Monday in Park Ridge.
Driver Takes Wrong Turn, Damaging Elgin BallfieldsElgin police say a 74-year-old Hoffman Estates woman made a wrong turn yesterday and took out parts of three fences and a flagpole at the Elgin National Little League fields.
Storm Rips Roof Off Apartment In Suburban Willowbrook A powerful storm ripped off the roof on a west suburban apartment building, forcing authorities to evacuate residents.
20 Years Ago, Gorilla Saved Boy Who Fell Into Brookfield Zoo Ape HabitatThe frightening incident involving a gorilla and young boy at the Cincinnati Zoo, brings to mind a moment 20 years ago in Chicago--with a much different outcome.
Settlement In Chicago Cops' Lawsuit Spares Emanuel From Testifying On Code Of SilenceThe Emanuel administration has agreed to pay $2 million to settle a lawsuit filed by two Chicago police officers who claimed they were victims of retaliation after blowing the whistle on corruption. The deal spares the mayor from possibly having to testify about a “code of silence” within the department.
"Ridiculous" Lines Jam Emissions Testing FacilitiesHundreds of drivers stewed in frustratingly long lines at auto emissions testing sites across the Chicago area on Tuesday, as motorists scrambled to get their cars tested so they can get their new license plate stickers.
"Prolific" Burglar Charged With Ransacking Riverside Home While Family SleptRiverside police said 23-year-old James Ussery burglarized a home on the 100 block of North Cowley Road on May 10 as the homeowners and their five children slept.
Emanuel Praises Lawmakers For Overriding Rauner Veto Of Pension Relief PlanMayor Rahm Emanuel applauded Illinois lawmakers Tuesday, a day after the legislature overrode Gov. Bruce Rauner’s veto of legislation to provide the city with short-term relief in funding police and fire pensions.
Scattered Storms Likely Tuesday AfternoonShowers and thunderstorms should ramp up across the Chicago area Tuesday afternoon, and scattered storms could continue on and off through Wednesday.
Going Inside The Chicago Police Department's 'Strategic Subject List'Chicago suffered through an especially bloody holiday weekend, with 69 people shot over the Memorial Day weekend, including six fatalities. Police said the vast majority of the victims were on a watchlist of sorts – what the department calls its “strategic subject list.”
Girl Dead, Brother Missing After Getting Trapped By Kankakee River DamCrews have resumed their search for a 12-year-old boy believed to have drowned in the Kankakee River on Monday, a day after his 13-year-old sister died trying to save him from the strong current near the Wilmington Dam.