No Bail For Officer Charged With Murder In Shooting Of Laquan McDonaldA Chicago police officer has been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald. Officer Jason Van Dyke was expected to appear for a bond hearing at noon Tuesday.
Cusak, Pfleger Forge Bond During Filming Of 'Chi-Raq'Spike Lee's controversial movie "Chi-raq" had its world premiere last night.
Spike Lee Film "Chi-Raq" Premiering In ChicagoThe movie opens nationwide December 4.
Men Claiming They 'Were With ISIS' Prompts Massive Police Response Downtown With both the nation, and the city, on high alert, police are taking no chances on potential terrorist threats.
Refugee Agencies Gearing Up To Accept Syrians In Illinois More Republicans are calling for a pause in plans to relocate Syrian refugees in the United States, including House Speaker Paul Ryan.
Interim Fox Lake Chief: Gliniewicz Should Have Been Fired “A Long Time Ago”Michael Keller was brought in from the Lake County Sheriff’s office to clean up the mess in the Fox Lake Police Department four days after Lt. Joe Gliniewicz killed himself.
One Year After Fire, Pain Endures For North Side Family Who Lost SonThe couple spoke to CBS 2's Derrick Blakley in this original report.
CPS Warns Of Potential Layoffs As Union Tells Teachers To Prepare For StrikeDrastic cuts leading to teacher layoffs and dramatically higher class sizes could hit Chicago classrooms in the first week of February.
Mailrooms For Residential High-Rises Overwhelmed By Packages From Online ShoppersWith the holiday shopping season right around the corner, building managers are bracing for holiday headaches.
Fed Up Neighbors Clean Up Mess Left Underneath ViaductCBS 2's Derrick Blakley reports it was all the result of one woman who was fed up with filth.
Ex-Speaker Hastert Plans To Plead Guilty In Hush Money CaseAttorneys for former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert have told a federal judge he intends to plead guilty in a case alleging he agreed to pay $3.5 million in hush money to cover up misconduct from before his time in politics.
Union Warns Air Traffic Controller Shortage Could Lead To Delays For Chicago TravelersChicago air passengers could be facing increasing delays if the numbers of air traffic controllers doesn't increase. That's the warning from the controllers' union, which says the situation here in Chicago and nationwide, has reached a critical stage.