Carl Shampine, 49, had been drinking with friends at the home about 3:30 p.m. Sunday when Santiago Salgado arrived and they got into a fight
Charges have been filed against a Cicero teenager for allegedly starting a 5 alarm fire that destroyed an abandoned warehouse and a business on 54th Avenue last Tuesday.
Through the night, fire crews braved dangerous cold as they worked to extinguish a fire at a vacant warehouse, and later responded to a large house fire about a mile away.
A 3-alarm fire is burning Tuesday in west suburban Cicero, where flames have consumed most of a vacant warehouse.
Nearly 40 children were sent to the hospital and two Cicero Elementary schools were closed after reports of a gas leak in the area.
Service was disrupted between Pulaski and 54th/Cermak for a little more than an hour.
Cicero Town President Larry Dominick has won the latest round in the bitter, long-running battle with two of his brothers, one of whom alleged that he was fired from a town board after blowing the whistle on his brother to the Internal Revenue Service.
By at least one measure, he’s the most corrupt former Chicago alderman of all time.
A security guard at a west suburban high school allegedly sexually assaulted a 16-year-old student.
A Cicero elected official allegedly didn’t listen to Naperville cops.
Three people were shot in west suburban Cicero early Sunday morning, when a dispute between neighbors erupted in gunfire.
It’s the second time the town has agreed to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Town President Larry Dominick.
Three people were taken to area hospitals with minor injuries after a CTA Pink Line train struck a vehicle in west suburban Cicero Thursday evening.
A Cicero family pizzeria re-opens for business just one week after the owner was shot and killed in a robbery.
A Chicago man has been charged with the murder of the owner of a Cicero Pizzeria, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
A Cicero man was shot and killed during a robbery inside his restaurant.
Six people were hospitalized in a Tuesday afternoon crash on the Southwest Side.
Cicero town president Larry Dominick, a self-proclaimed lifelong Cubs fan, has offered Ricketts and the Cubs 50 acres of free land to “build a new stadium with significantly increased seating, more parking and the opportunity to generate more advertising revenues.”
A suburban cancer patient, at the end of her life, is about to lose her home.
An HIV-positive Cicero police detective faces felony charges, for allegedly having unprotected sex with a man who did not know the detective was infected.