2 Investigators: Resident Calls City About Overgrown Property -- For Three YearsThe trees and bushes kept on growing. Shirley Hardy then called CBS 2's Pam Zekman.
Bullet Strikes North Side School Building During Summer ClassesAt least 20 children were on the playground when shots were fired from a car Friday morning in the 4700 block of North Winthrop. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Second City, Slate Team Up To Skewer Presidential CandidatesFor all their differences Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have something in common: their unpopularity with large numbers of voters. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Chicago Official Downplays Threat Of Zika Transmission HereStill, health officials aren't taking any chances. CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports.
Drew Peterson Gets 40 Years In Glasgow Murder PlotFormer Bolingbrook police officer Drew Peterson was sentenced to 40 years in prison Friday for trying to hire someone to kill the prosecutor who helped to convict him in the murder of his third wife.
It's Official: Obamas Select Jackson Park For Presidential Library President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama have officially announced they have chosen historic Jackson Park as the site for the Obama Presidential Center.
Help Sought In Search For Suspects In Murder Of Family Dollar ManagerChicago police and local activists were asking for help identifying the suspects in a series of robberies at Family Dollar store, including one in which the manager was shot and killed earlier this month.
Ex-Judge To Investigate Possible Cover-Up In Laquan McDonald ShootingA former Cook County judge has been appointed as a special prosecutor to investigate whether any Chicago police officers tried to cover up the circumstances of the fatal police shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.
Police Warn Of Pair Robbing People At Gunpoint On CTA TrainsChicago police were warning commuters to be on alert, following a string of armed robberies on the CTA.
Sources: Axe Could Fall On Several Chicago Cops In Laquan McDonald CaseSources say Chicago Inspector General Joe Ferguson is wrapping up his investigation and could recommend as many as five patrolman, three detectives and a sergeant be suspended or lose their badges.
East Chicago Public Housing Complex Has Lead Problem, EPA WarnsThe mayor of East Chicago sent a letter to residents suggesting people move to protect their health.
Rain, Standing Water Prompts Wood Dale To Cancel Prairie Fest TodayIt's been a year since a 35-year-old man died at the fest when a storm brought down a tent.