A DuPage County judge has overruled objections from both sides and will allow cameras into the courtroom for a high-profile murder trial next month.
Murder suspect Joseph Spitalli tried from jail to hire a hit man to kill his former girlfriend so she couldn’t testify against him — and offered to use his tax refund to pay for the slaying, DuPage County prosecutors alleged Monday.
Police say they started out socializing together at a downtown bar. Then they allegedly committed traffic violations together not far from the police station, while driving home one behind the other.
Former Maywood officer Deon Sams, 38, of Bolingbrook is charged with one count each of criminal sexual assault and official misconduct.
Coyote sightings in the western suburbs have increased, and small pets are being targeted by the wild animals. CBS 2′s Bill Kurtis reports.
This is Day Four of early voting in Illinois, and thousands of people are taking advantage.
You’d think it would be easy to find people eager to make nearly $200 for one day’s relatively easy work. But it’s not, CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.
An elderly Naperville man is probably wishing he’d stayed away from his ex-wife.
The Illinois Supreme Court will issue an order Monday permitting live broadcast coverage of trials in DuPage County.
A DuPage County health club trainer is out of jail on bond, after being charged with sexually molesting a teenage boy.
Police say a barefoot stranger came upon the Sanchez family home in unincorporated Addison and tried the door. It was unlocked.
Next month, DuPage County plans to begin building a new $5 million facility where police will investigate crimes against children.
A snapping turtle trapped in a barrier meant to stop Asian carp has prompted DuPage County officials to take a look at that barrier to make sure it’s not a consistent problem for wildlife.
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is taking a hard look at expanding its presence in the western suburbs. But it is not yet time to get in line for tickets.
The art work of John Lennon is returning to the Chicago area, more than 40 years after a local judge declared it obscene and ordered it burned.
Suburban prosecutors say they are satisfied that it is now a lot more difficult for someone to be wrongfully convicted of a crime than it was years ago.
The sister of John Spira, the west suburban man who disappeared more than five years ago, says she’s so frustrated at the pace of the investigation she’s taken matters into her own hands.
Torrential downpours, cloud-to-ground lightning, wind gusts in excess of 70 mph, and hail as large as golf balls could all be in store for northern Illinois and northwest Indiana Sunday afternoon and evening, according to the National Weather Service.
The weather is warming up, trees and flowers are blooming, and experts and homeowners who have ash trees remain on the hunt for trees infested with the emerald ash borer.
Voters in Lincolnwood resoundingly repudiated their local school board in the election Tuesday.