Evanston Police Officer Hit By TruckAn Evanston police officer was injured Saturday morning when she was hit by a truck in the north suburb.
Police Released Photos Of Evanston Robbery SuspectsPolice in north suburban Evanston released photos Saturday of three people suspected of trying to rob two Northwestern University students — one of them successfully — early Friday near a Purple Line CTA station.
Presidential Candidate-Inspired Cookies Fly Off Shelves In EvanstonBennison's Bakery launches presidential candidate-inspired cookies. People are eating them up!
Northwestern Student Killed By Truck While Riding Bike On CampusChuyuan “Chu” Qiu, 18, was riding her bike west on Northwestern Place when she crashed into a cement truck headed north on Sheridan Road.
Evanston Officials Say Home Depot Owes City $15,000Evanston says the city’s been trying to collect money raised from the sale of yard-waste stickers. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Evanston Police Release Sketch Of Suspect In Attempted Sexual AssaultAnyone who recognizes him is asked to call Evanston police at (847) 866-5000, or text 274637 and enter “EPDTIP” in the message along with information.
Evanston Debates Whether To Backpedal On Protected Bike LanesBicyclists are now riding between the curb and parked cars. Residents say that makes traffic lanes too narrow. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Street Named In Honor Of Well-Known Evanston BarberWith the pull of a string, part of Church Street is now Samuel Johnson Place, an honor earned for cutting hair for 67 years.
Evanston Alderman Has Second Thoughts About Bicycle-Light MandateLast summer, Ald. Brian Miller says, when a juvenile was stopped for not having a light, he got upset and police charged the teen with resisting arrest. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
2 Carjackings Reported Overnight In EvanstonPolice are investigating two carjackings reported just over three hours apart from Thursday night to early Friday.
Four Shot In EvanstonAll four victims were being treated at Evanston Hospital for injuries that were not thought to be life-threatening, police said.
Fourth Of July Is 'Dibs' Time In EvanstonIf it can be moved, it’s holding down spots: blankets, chairs of all sizes, dog crates, ladders, umbrellas, mixing bowls, cribs, tables, bunting, tubs of driveway seal coat, picnic benches and even crime scene tape.

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