The Town of Cicero has agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by a transgender woman who claims she was humiliated, harassed and threatened with arrest for “fraud” by police officers.
Police in west suburban Cicero are looking for a group of men who broke into a gold exchange store and attacked an employee, while filling up a bag with piece after piece of expensive jewelry.
A savings and loan with strong ties to Chicago’s Hispanic community has become the 38th bank nationwide this year to fail.
A police officer in Cicero shot a suspected gang member fleeing from police Thursday evening in the western suburb.
With all that’s happening in Chicago, like the NATO summit and Mayor Rahm Emanuel running the city, it’s hard sometimes to keep up on the suburbs; like Cicero, and news there about money under the table, and clout beyond belief.
Being a Cicero Library Board member can be good for your health.
A member of the J. Sterling Morton High School District school board in the near western suburbs may be forced to resign.
The site of the old Sportsman’s Park racetrack is getting a new life as the site of a Wal-Mart Supercenter.
Bond was set Thursday at $1 million for a 35-year-old Cicero soccer and Tae Kwon Do instructor accused of sexual misconduct with two boys.
A 2-month-old girl from Cicero is dead, and now her family is facing allegations of neglect.
An Aurora mother now stands charged with kidnapping and sexual assault, after vanishing for a month with her three young sons and a former student.
While the return of the sun and gradually warming temperatures mean that spring really is on its way to the Chicago area, it also means ice skating enthusiasts will have to wait until the onset of next winter to take part in this activity outdoors.
An armed man shot himself in the chest Friday afternoon after barricading himself and causing the lockdown of a Cicero school.
Just as Jeanne Gang changed high-rise facades with the wavy blue Aqua tower balconies downtown, she’d also like to change the face of suburbs – and decided to start with Cicero.
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.