Hero Kid, 4, Calls 9-1-1 When Her Mother Has Asthma AttackThe Chicago Police Department on Wednesday honored 4-year-old Aria Koval with an honorary commendation.
Computer Outage Knocks Out 911 Lines In Four CountiesOfficials have managed to re-route 911 calls so they’re getting through to the sheriff’s departments in Ogle, DeKalb, Lee, and Stephenson counties.
Chicago Firemen Honor 9/11 VictimsThey saluted the American flag at half staff.
9/11 Heroes Run Raced Along Chicago's Lakefront SundayThis is one of over 50 races that the organization holds across the country.
Volition America Race Held In Honor Of 9/11, Military MembersThe Volition America Race and 5K took off at Grant Park early Sunday morning.
Chicago Area Woman Who Perished On Sept. 11 To Be Remembered In NilesVanessa Kolpak, 21, was in the South Tower of the World Trade Center 15 years ago.
Wi-Fi May Not Give Correct Location When Calling 911When making an emergency call on Wi-Fi, 911 systems use the emergency address on file when transferring one’s call to a local dispatcher.
Some West And Northwest Suburbs Now Using Texting-To-911 ServiceStarting today, people who need emergency help in some west and northwest suburbs have a new tool at their disposal, but officials don’t want it to be used, for the most part.
Feds Will Finally Cover Illinois Residents Who Rushed To World Trade Center Site And Then Became IllRetired Chicago firefighter Art Noonan spent five days working at "the pile" -- Ground Zero -- after 9/11.
Northwest Indiana 911 Dispatcher Fired After Rescue Sent To Wrong HomeA Northwest Indiana 911 dispatcher has been fired after a fatal mistake.
9-1-1 Operator Fired In Wake Of Caller's Heart-Attack DeathBurt Sanders, 44, was found dead inside a church where he was volunteering on June 6 -- seven hour after he called for help.
In Chicago, Efforts Never End To Detect Potential Terror StrikesCBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine has a behind-the-scenes look at the war on terrorism, Chicago-style.