CBS 2’s Courtney Gousman reports near the intersection of 75th and King Drive, where a burned-out building has caused all the problems.
A fire Tuesday afternoon that caused no injuries but did more than $200,000 worth of damage to a house near west suburban Naperville appears to have been deliberately set, the Sun is reporting.
An Oak Lawn man has been charged by police following an arson fire and explosion Saturday morning that destroyed a home.
An Oak Lawn man is being questioned by police following an arson fire and explosion this morning that destroyed a home.
Cook County Sheriff’s office deputies are investigating three recent arsons that were reported over one week in south suburban Ford Heights.
James Borg had been in medical care since the July 14 explosion that leveled 135 Southeast Circle Drive.
Juan Adame faces a potential life sentence after he was found guilty of the deadly arson
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A west suburban man has been charged with setting a blaze that caused $20,000 damage to a nearby park in July.
Two residents have been charged with arson after an extra-alarm fire started in their South Shore apartment building Friday night, causing a roof to collapse and displacing ten people, including five children.
A fire department lieutenant suffered neck and shoulder pain after being struck by roof debris from the fire.
A woman who allegedly lit her boyfriend’s couch on fire following an argument — sparking a fire that hurt six people in a South Shore apartment building — has been charged with arson.
Authorities think a fire that injured six people late Wednesday night in the South Shore neighborhood might have been deliberately set.
A Gary man with at least two open felony cases pending has been charged in Lake Superior Court with arson from a fire one year ago.
Two adults and a child were rescued from a home in West Pullman, after being trapped by a fire officials believe was a case of arson.
A white supremacist who burned down a black family’s southwest suburban home in a racist attack was told by a judge on Monday to be thankful for the black lawyer who defended him, the Sun-Times is reporting.
A few minutes after a Lake Superior Court jury had convicted him of arson and intimidation, James E. Gardner III took off running, but was quickly caught.
A parolee was ordered held on $25,000 bond for allegedly using gasoline to start a fire during an argument at his parents’ north suburban Morton Grove home last month.
Anthony LaPorta, 24, broke into neighbor Adam Giordano’s home on July 11, intent on stealing from the victim. When Giordano discovered LaPorta in his house, the assailant attacked him with a knife, killing the victim. LaPorta then set fire to the man’s home.
Three fires in a week, all within a few blocks of each other, all of them arson CBS 2′S Derrick Blakley says investigators in Hammond are looking into the pattern, trying to discover who set the fires and why.