Cicero Police Officer Hurt When Car Speeds Away From Traffic StopA Cicero police officer was slightly injured Thursday morning when a luxury car that had been pulled over for a traffic stop ran over the tip of one of his feet while fleeing.
Baby Safe After Running SUV Stolen From In Front Of Cicero SchoolCicero police were trying to find the suspect who stole a running SUV from in front of a local elementary school, while a baby was strapped in the back seat.
Pick-Up Truck Crashes Into Cicero Town Hall BuildingCicero's Town Hall building was damaged following a car accident Saturday morning, according to a town spokesman.
Betty Loren-Maltese Holding Estate Sale To Help Pay Daughter's Tuition For Beauty SchoolBetty Loren-Maltese, the colorful former Cicero town president who spent more than six years in federal prison, is having an estate sale.
Four Killed In Pair Of Weekend Motorcycle AccidentsThe summer season means more people out on motorcycles, but the pastime took a tragic turn this weekend, when four people on motorcycles were killed in two separate crashes.
Man, Woman Killed In Cicero Motorcycle Crash A man and woman were killed while riding a motorcycle in west suburban Cicero Saturday afternoon, according to police.
Fire Destroys Commercial Building In CiceroA fire destroyed a roofing company’s building Wednesday afternoon in west suburban Cicero.
Cicero Man Charged With Beating 18-Month-Old Toddler To DeathA 23-year-old Cicero man has been charged in the beating death of an 18-month-old toddler last Thursday, a spokesman for the town of Cicero said.
Cicero Calls Church "Safety Nightmare," Pastor Accuses Town Of RacismThe pastor of a Cicero church is accusing town officials of racism, after they threatened to board up his church if myriad code violations are not addressed by Saturday night.
Freight Train Derails In CiceroCrews were notified at 4:18 a.m. of the derailment on Metra BNSF tracks in the 4700 block of West 26th Street in Cicero, Chicago Police News Affairs Officer Janel Sedevic said.
Landlord Gets Life In Prison For Arson Fire That Killed 7Lawrence Myers, 64, was previously convicted of seven counts of first-degree murder in connection with the fire on Feb. 14, 2010, according to the Cook County state’s attorney’s office.
Pal Of Cicero President Larry Dominick Pleads Guilty To Tax FraudPlumber George Hunter — whose sewer business has received more than $1.8 million from Cicero taxpayers without a contract — hasn’t signed a plea deal with prosecutors. Instead, Hunter, 59, entered a “blind plea,” admitting his guilt on two counts of tax evasion without any formal agreement with prosecutors.