An elderly landlord couple charged $500 for rat abatement on city property will not have to pay.
CBS 2′s Brad Edwards reports on a perplexing situation for a pair of elderly property owners.
Rony Monzon has scars near his heart. He was seriously wounded in July when he protected his friend from what he said was gunfire meant for a gangbanger.
In Cicero, a community of 30,000, current President Larry Dominick is in a bitter fight against contender Juan Ochoa.
Last May, James Kluppelberg stood under the sun for the first time a free man in more than two decades. Ten months later, he’s unemployed with little hope. CBS 2′s Brad Edwards reports.
BP initially paid Brian Cebra $9,400 for an initial round of bad-gas repairs. But then six weeks later when his wife was driving the truck died. CBS 2′s Brad Edwards reports.
Move over, Manti Te’o. Two women tell CBS 2′s Brad Edwards how they were duped online by “men” they never met in person.
Local residents were being warned to keep their pets on a tight leash, as coyotes are out in bigger numbers, and acting more aggressively, likely due to their mating season.
Khiyona Winfert lost her 15-year-old son, De-shon, last year. He was her only child.
Investigators determined the blaze had started in the kitchen, where a burner on the stove had been switched on. When the owner arrived, he had an explanation.
The pigeon war in Uptown continued raging on Friday, with some of the combatants refusing to give up.
Mystery solved. We now know who hauled off dozens of pigeons from the Uptown neighborhood to northwestern Indiana, and why he did it.
Great Clips, 1235 N. Clybourn, was robbed Monday morning by a man wielding a gun.
Reached in person Thursday, Ald. James Cappleman tried to steer the conversation to other problems in his ward. CBS 2′s Brad Edwards reports.
Hoosiers can’t say the city of Chicago never gave them anything. CBS 2′s Brad Edwards reports.
Pastor Corey Brooks says he would write the same check today. But he adds he’s also learned lessons. CBS 2′s Brad Edwards reports.
A new crime-fighting tool in Cook County might soon be in the palm of your hand.
Cook County Chief Judge Timothy Evans says a major impetus for restricting cell phones is the activity of gang members, who have used cell phones to take pictures of witnesses. CBS 2′s Brad Edwards reports.
As the city was closing out 2012 overnight, Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy was out on patrol with his officers, and even helped make a felony arrest.
CBS 2′s Brad Edwards spent some time driving around with the city’s top cop, who was the focus of national media attention last week when Chicago’s homicide tally hit 500.