Eighteen-year-old Maxwell Sherman actually smoked a cigarette, and talked on camera about the murder –- one day before he was arrested. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
Rescue teams moved from the Flint Creek in Lake Barrington to the Fox River on Wednesday in search for a man and his dog, who were seen earlier in the day caught in the water floating downstream.
Dominic Syzmanski amazingly lost only a foot and a few toes on the other foot when he was hit by a train two months ago. Tuesday, he surprised his entire school during an afternoon assembly.
Dominic Szymanski, the fifth-grade boy who was hit by a train in downtown northwest suburban Barrington on March 15, was able to return home from the hospital earlier this week.
Last week, a father and son jumped into action to save a child struck by a Metra train. On Wednesday, they sat down to talk with Chris Martinez about their heroism.
A Metra train struck an 11-year-old boy Friday evening in northwest suburban Barrington.
Last Friday, the theater debuted it’s new digital equipment and new sound system.
Two students at a northwest suburban middle school have been suspended after the district investigated a series of alleged sexual abuse incidents that took place earlier this month on a school bus, Pioneer Press is reporting.
A northwest suburban couple would scour the obituaries in local newspapers, then burglarize the homes of people who were attending funeral services for deceased family members, according to police.
A Barrington landmark has been rescued from digital extinction.
The owners of a Barrington antique shop are offending some people with what’s outside their store.
A 34-year-old teacher has been charged with sexting with one of the students at the Des Plaines middle school where he taught.
Authorities have charged three men and a woman with the murder of a man whose body was found in a pond in Barrington nearly a year ago.
Authorities in northwest suburban Barrington are investigating an allegation of inappropriate conduct by a school bus driver towards at least one student.
Police in the northwest suburbs are warning people about someone who has been trying to impersonate them.
Rodney T. Peterson of Arlington Heights was sentenced to two years’ supervision, ordered to pay a $400 fine and prohibited from contacting the two girls or their families, Barrington police said in a news release.
Quick thinking by two northwest suburban students who were approached and spoken to by a stranger last week led to the man’s arrest days later.
Hundreds of people turned out Sunday for an Honor Ride and Run in Barrington to support military veterans.
A 52-year-old man has died after being found unconscious in his burning home in Barrington.
BARRINGTON, Ill. (WBBM) — A 53-year-old investment banker has been packing in the ice cream to keep up his weight for an English Channel swim later this month in honor of his late father. Doug […]