A 36-year-old Gary, Ind. woman has been charged with murder, kidnapping and criminal confinement in the death of a 23-year-old Anderson woman police believe she duped into believing she was a child-welfare worker.
As a young woman from Chicago awaits a verdict from an Indonesian court in the killing of her mother, she’s moving to transfer part of her $1.3 million trust fund to her newborn daughter.
Heather Mack, 19, gave birth to a daughter, Stella, last week and returned with the baby to prison after several days’ stay in the hospital. She brought the 9-day-old baby to the prison clinic on Wednesday morning when she noticed the baby’s skin was yellow.
It can be difficult for journalists to write an article that is both ethical and objective. Thankfully, in the case of the baby lowland gorilla recently born at Lincoln Park Zoo, this isn’t a problem — she is objectively the cutest thing ever. Go Chicago.
A paramedic from north suburban Evanston delivered his own baby daughter Friday morning, after his wife went into labor while they were driving on the Edens Expressway.
The child fell from a building in the 700 block of East 93rd Street about 7:15 p.m.
The parents of a 7-month-old baby girl who was found dead earlier this year have been charged after authorities determined the child starved to death in northwest suburban Barrington.
About 8:30 a.m., the boy — described as a newborn — was found in a gangway in the 2700 block of North Hamlin Avenue.
Johnetta Smith, 24, of the 5800 block of South Wolcott Avenue, was charged with one felony count of child abandonment after leaving her 1-year-old daughter in a vestibule of an apartment building Friday night.
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The victim was shot in the back of the head and discovered around 8 p.m. Wednesday in the 1100 block of East 152nd Street between two homes, Dolton Police Chief John C. Franklin tells CBS 2’s Brad Edwards.
A woman once accused of injuring an infant she was babysitting is suing the city and two Chicago Police officers after charges against her were dropped.
A 5-month-old baby is in critical condition and not expected to survive severe head trauma that police say was caused by abuse.
Gary Allyn Warwick, 62, of Portage, had signed a waiver of his rights to a formal hearing before appearing in Porter Superior Court via video link from the Porter County Jail.
Gary Allyn Warwick, 62, was arrested without incident at a Texas Roadhouse restaurant in Portage, Ind., according to the U.S. Marshals Great Lakes Fugitive Task Force.
A pregnant woman boarded a plane in Abu Dhabi and flew 7,200 miles to Chicago. Just as she got off the plane, she went into labor – and her baby wasn’t going to wait. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
The woman, 25, was walking in the 4800 block of South Laflin Street when a group of males and females approached her and exchanged words, then knocked her to the ground and beat her.
The 3-week-old boy was left at Engine 101 at 2236 W. 69th St., and he was transported in good condition to Holy Cross Hospital.