A northwest suburban man who died Sunday is the seventh cold-related death of the season in Cook County.
Monday was supposed to be the beginning of the no-cell phone policy, but on Friday the chief judge’s office said there would be a three-month grace period. Thus, perhaps, the confusion.
Gun owners in Chicago and suburban Cook County may have new incentives for keeping better track of their weapons.
Cook County Chief Judge Timothy Evans says a major impetus for restricting cell phones is the activity of gang members, who have used cell phones to take pictures of witnesses. CBS 2′s Brad Edwards reports.
The head of the Cook County Board says she’s working to address some of the racial inequities in the County’s criminal justice system.
Cook County has a new first couple–the first couple to say “I do” in 2013.
The city’s parking meters, Chicago area water rates, cigarettes, license plates — all are getting more expensive this year.
Beginning Jan. 14, cell phones will be banned for most people at Cook County courthouses. Sheriff Tom Dart is concerned about the logistics of the policy shift.
After a judge with ties to former Mayor Richard M. Daley recused himself from the involuntary manslaughter case against a Daley nephew, Cook County Chief Judge Timothy Evans is asking the state’s highest court to appoint a judge from outside the county.
Cook County investigators have been raiding stores across the county that have been breaking the law, and ripping off taxpayers of millions of dollars, by selling cigarettes without proper taxes.
A homeless man found near a University of Illinois at Chicago student center is the second person in Cook County to die of cold exposure.
An off-duty Cook County corrections officer was shot multiple times after he thought he was being followed while driving his car.
An off-duty Chicago police officer allegedly ran his car into a young woman riding her bicycle and later blamed her for causing the accident, the Sun-Times is reporting.
Signs marking the location of a fatal accident may soon go up around Cook County.
Andrew Thomas, 18, was being held on an aggravated battery charge for an alleged attack on his girlfriend.
After some voters at the end of the day Saturday had to wait as long as two hours to vote, the city Board of Election Commissioners posted an Early Voting Traffic Report on its website.
Dr. Stephen Cina says with about 5,000 bodies passing through the facility each year, the challenges are great. CBS 2′s Roseanne Tellez reports.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle may be getting creative when it comes to plugging a budget hole.
The same cemetery that has been handling indigent burials for Cook County will continue to do so despite earlier criticisms of its operations.
Cook County commissioners reportedly ran up more than $98,000 in expenses without providing a shred of paperwork.