East Chicago, Ind. Post Office Bomb Linked To Hammond ThreatHammond Mayor Thomas McDermott says the pipe bomb that exploded at the East Chicago post office last month, injuring a worker, was meant for an attorney working for the city.
Man Charged With Having ‘Explosive Device’ In West Side ApartmentMichael Debrown has been charged with possessing an explosive device that prompted the evacuation of a Homan Square apartment building.
FBI: Bank Robber Threatened To Bomb West Side PNC BranchA homeless man threatened to bomb a West Side bank while robbing it last month, in one of two heists for which he now faces federal charges, authorities said.
Woman Charged With Setting Off Explosion In Evanston Target BathroomEmergency crews were called at 4:08 p.m. Wednesday to the store at 2209 Howard St. following the explosion involving a plastic bottle inside the women’s bathroom.
Terror Suspect Now Charged With Soliciting Murder Of FBI AgentAdel Daoud, 19, was arrested in September and accused of attempting to blow up neighboring bars in the South Loop.
Chicago Tavern Owner: My Bar Was At Center Of Terror-Bomb PlotThe feds won’t say which downtown bar a suburban teen wanted to blow up Friday night — but Mike Feirstein is convinced it was his.
4 Teens Arrested For Detonating Homemade BombFour teenagers were charged with aggravated assault after tossing from a car a homemade bomb that exploded near three men and a newborn baby in south suburban Country Club Hills.
Man Pleads Guilty In Attempt To Set Off Bomb Near Wrigley FieldA man who attempted to plant a bomb near Wrigley Field pleaded guilty on Monday and will face 20 to 30 years in prison.
Prosecutors Working On Plea Deal For Wrigleyville Bomb SuspectA plea deal was in the works on Tuesday for a man accused of trying to set off a bomb near Wrigley Field on the night of a Dave Matthews Band concert last year.
Wood Dale Man Busted For Explosives StockpileA Wood Dale man who claimed to be a fan of the Fourth of July had a stockpile of bomb-making materials, police say.
Geocache Mistaken For Bomb In EvanstonA scary-looking item drew a bomb squad to a park just west of downtown Evanston over the weekend, but the item turned out to be harmless and mundane.
125th Anniversary For Haymarket Square Conflict125 years ago today, the Chicago Police Department suffered what it considers its most devastating loss.