One of the men convicted of the 1993 Brown's Chicken massacre has been awarded almost half a million dollars in his civil rights suit against a Cook County jail guard accused of beating him.
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A south suburban man is accused of stabbing his mother repeatedly with a steak knife, then stealing $101 in cash from her, the Sun-Times is reporting.
Two men were hospitalized after a rollover crash in Edgewater early Sunday morning.
The battery suspect is described as being between 50 and 60, 150 pounds and having a protruding stomach. He’s losing his dark-colored hair and walked while “leaning back and to the right."
The FBI is investigating the robbery of a Chase bank Friday evening in the Irving Park neighborhood on the Northwest Side.
Service along the CTA Green Line was interrupted for several hours Saturday morning after a train conductor found a dead man on the tracks near a West Side rail station.
A man was killed after he was ejected from an SUV on Interstate 57 on the South Side early Saturday, police said.
CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist looks at a new procedure offered at only a handful of places. It's still a bit controversial. But some doctors and their patients swear by it.
CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports Bristol Court Banquets and Legendary Catering has left some couples high and dry with impending wedding dates.
A Washington Heights thrift store employee died Friday after a small gun hidden in discarded clothing accidentally went off and fatally wounded her.