Another Northwestern University student was attacked by robbers for his cell phone overnight, in the third such incident in just the past few weeks on or near the Evanston campus.
A group of men beat a 41-year-old man to death over a cell phone at a bus stop on 79th Street over the weekend, in an attack that a neighbor called “senseless.”
Chicago Police are investigating the death of a man in his 40s who was beaten by a group early Sunday morning on the South Side.
A South Side man is accused of punching and trying to rob another man while standing on a platform in the Monroe Street Red Line subway stop early Wednesday.
The City Council has approved a ban on texting or using a handheld phone while riding your bicycle.
Seven teenagers have been charged in the mob beating and robbery of an 18-year-old man in Chinatown.
For anyone who may think he or she can text or use a cell phone and drive with no problem, think again.
A man who shares a famous name was arrested for allegedly trying to ransom a cell phone.
A defense attorney is accused of loaning her cell phone to a jail inmate who made personal calls. The detainee was eventually charged with killing a Chicago police officer and a former CHA cop.
A state lawmaker doesn’t want drivers to stop and take pictures or videos of vehicle accidents.
Two boys were hurt Saturday afternoon when they were struck by a car driven by a motorist who might have been on a cell phone at the time.
The family of a pedestrian fatally struck by a vehicle filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the motorist, claiming she was updating her Facebook page on a cell phone when the crash happened.
It turns out that a false alarm at a Winnetka school that prompted a SWAT team response was actually the result of a “butt dial.”
Tanya Shannon has been gone for days now. But a ping from a missing cell phone gave investigators hope that technology might lead them to her. CBS 2′s Kristyn Hartman reports.
Robber had taken his cell phone but cabbie had a backup.
First it was cash, then plastic. Now your cell phone is the new way to pay for your everyday purchases. But as CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, our latest mobile wallet has its rewards and risks.
Your cell phone is the new way to pay for your everyday purchases.
The Citizens Utility Board says if you use a cell phone, chances are you’re wasting money.
A teenager was arrested on North Michigan Avenue after allegedly stealing a man’s cell phone and biting him overnight.