Tremayne Davis, 23, of Chicago was charged Saturday with one count of first-degree murder, one count of attempted armed robbery and one count of obstructing justice,
Hussein Saghir was found dead outside Sam’s Tobacco and Food Mart, at 235 West Irving Park Road, around 6 p.m. Jan. 19 after what was believed to have been a robbery attempt.
The employee was fatally shot outside Sam’s Tobacco and Food Mart, 235 W. Irving Park Road on Sunday evening.
Police shot a man multiple times in northwest suburban Bensenville after he allegedly violated an order of protection Friday evening.
An alert parent is credited with helping police arrest a Chicago man who allegedly grabbed a Fenton High School student and threatened her with a knife Friday.
Firefighters were battling a large house fire in northwest suburban Bensenville early Monday.
Detectives from Chicago and the suburbs believe they finally got their man. Police plan to announce charges on Wednesday for a man arrested in connection with the robberies of more than a dozen local hair salons.
Charges against Adan Ozuna include unlawful possession of a stolen vehicle, endangering the life of a child, and driving with a revoked license, Bensenville police announced in a news release Friday.
Police have canceled an Amber Alert after a child who was abducted overnight in Bensenville was located.
Bensenville police received a call of an armed robbery at the bank at 123 W. Main St. on Monday morning.
A standoff between a gunman in police in west suburban Bensenville — which prompted officials to place four nearby schools on lockdown — ended peacefully Tuesday afternoon when a 36-year-old man was arrested.
A teacher at Niles North High School in Skokie has resigned after being charged with sexual misconduct.
A Bensenville-based group wants to provide service dogs to wounded veterans. But some may find the breed of dog they’re training to be surprising.
Some families are complaining about the way the city is removing bodies from a suburban cemetery to pave the way for the further expansion of O’Hare International Airport.
It’s quite a day today for one sports team at Fenton High School in Bensenville.
An Illinois Supreme Court decision clears the way for the City of Chicago to move ahead with the controversial O’Hare expansion project.
A small group gathered at St. Johannes Cemetery in Bensenville this morning for a final Veterans’ Day observance.
A bank was robbed Saturday morning in west suburban Bensenville, police said.
The Illinois Supreme Court has issued a roadblock to the expansion of O’Hare International Airport, by temporarily blocking the removal of bodies from graves in a cemetery in the path of the work.