The town of Cicero will be forking over $500,000 as part of a settlement to a former town worker.
An 18-year-old west suburban man was stabbed to death in a fight with his mother at their home, according to police, who said the victim started beating the woman and his 14-year-old brother when he got home early Thursday.
Police in Cicero discovered more than 2,000 DVDs of allegedly illegally copied hit movies in a car they pulled over Friday for a broken headlight.
Cicero Town President Larry Dominick campaigned on a pledge to end nepotism, but now, a published report says he has put his wife and at least eight of her relatives on the public payroll.
Some West Side ministers were giving away $5,000 in free gas Saturday morning.
Over the holiday weekend, former Cicero Town President Betty Loren-Maltese sold much of her belongings at a yard sale. Next, she’ll try to sell a book to help pay her bills and some of the restitution she still owes the government from her 2006 corruption conviction.
A man whose theft of a diamond ring from a west suburban home was proven by an X-ray of his stomach pleaded guilty Tuesday and was sentenced to 12 days in jail and two years’ probation.
A home repairman is charged with stealing a diamond ring from the owners of a house where he was working, then swallowing it when he got caught.
The home once owned by former Cicero Town President Betty Loren-Maltese has been sold in a federal foreclosure auction for a mere $87,000.
Chicago Police are looking for a 16-year-old girl last seen July 17 in west suburban Cicero.
A piece of the storied history of corruption in west suburban Cicero can now be yours.
At a time when money is tight for most cities in suburbs, the Town of Cicero reportedly has a surplus of rubber chickens.
A federal jury Thursday awarded $650,000 in damages to a former Cicero town employee who claimed Town President Larry Dominick fired him in act of political retaliation.
Veterinarians euthanized all 81 cats found on the property of an elderly Cicero woman because the animals were infected with feline leukemia.
The number of homeless people in suburban Cook County dropped by almost 10 percent since 2009, according to a count in January, but advocates fear the dip could be temporary.
From the outside, the house on West 32nd Street looked like a regular home, but inside “it looked like something out of a bad B-movie,” according to a Cicero police official.
Police on Monday posed as UPS employees to nab a west suburban man accepting packages of wooden clocks jammed with $600,000 worth of compressed cannabis.
Metra trains are back up and running this morning, after an accident in Cicero that left two people dead.
Firefighters checking in on a 61-year-old woman Monday afternoon found more than 50 cats inside her west suburban home, including a dozen that were dead in her backyard.
Two men are charged with mailing false zoning violation citations to Cicero residents, then collecting “fines” and keeping the money for themselves.