A Chicago Heights alderman is facing battery charges after allegedly breaking a co-worker’s thumb in February during an argument at a Chicago Heights School District 170 warehouse, police said.
A man was stabbed to death Friday afternoon in his south suburban Chicago Heights home.
Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow is among those expected to speak at a weekend summit sponsored by the Illinois State Crime Commission.
The state Department of Children and Family Services is investigating the Sunday death of a two-month-old girl in south suburban Chicago Heights.
Two Chicago Heights men have been arrested on felony drug charges, after police and the DEA wrapped up an 8-month undercover investigation.
Two men robbed a Radio Shack in Chicago Heights at gunpoint Friday afternoon, police said.
Another person has filed a lawsuit in a dispute over who was participating in a workplace lottery pool that won the $118 million Mega Millions jackpot with a ticket bought at a south suburban gas station earlier this month.
A Chicago Heights teenager died early Sunday after he was stabbed in the south suburb.
A south suburban gas station gave out about $12,000 worth of free gas over a two-week period recently, but it wasn’t part of a promotion, it was because someone tampered with the pumps.
More than 200 friends gathered Friday at the park in Oak Lawn where Michele Peters played softball.
Two people were in custody Wednesday, after the Moose Lodge near Sauk Village was robbed by a shotgun-wielding suspect.
A 19-year-old woman died early Saturday after being shot while standing with a crowd of people in south suburban Chicago Heights.
A 20-year-old man was shot to death about a half-mile from his home in Chicago Heights overnight.
A south suburban Chicago Heights man had a gun and used it on an intruder this week, and now the alleged home invader is dead.
A convicted felon from Chicago Heights has been arrested for allegedly holding a woman against her will, beating and choking her after meeting her on the Internet.
In suburban elections, there were a number of upsets and incumbents getting the heave-ho.
In a federal lawsuit filed Monday, a man claims Chicago Heights police officers dragged him out of his vehicle and punched him while his two-year-old son watched.
When suburban voters head to the polls tomorrow many will have a decision to make between the old and the new.
A Cook County judge has decided that free speech rights protect political ads suggesting a mayoral candidate in Chicago Heights will allow drugs to be sold from City Hall.
Ryan Fantasia, 20, was charged with two counts of felony obstruction of justice in connection with Friday’s shooting death of 19-year-old Hayley Pelock.