“Every now and then I would stick one in a hamburger,”‘ the suspect reportedly told investigators. “Mostly hamburger, a couple of times I did it with a roast, maybe a pork chop every now and then.”
A Portage Park man is facing charges after police say they discovered more than 15 pornographic videos of children at his home.
A team of 12 federal investigators will focus on Metra’s operations, testing, and training. CBS 2’s Courtney Gousman reports.
Amer Ahmad, 38, of Chicago, pleaded guilty to conspiracy and bribery for using his former Ohio government position to secure “lucrative state business” for a friend.
Steven G. Zamiar, 46, has been indicted for allegedly beating two different people in separate incidents.
Johnson & Johnson has agreed to pay more than $2 billion to settle some serious criminal and civil charges with the federal government. CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports.
Euripides “Caca” Caguana was trying to help his teenage son beat a murder rap, the feds say.
Kevin Fletcher, 36, whacked two men in the head with his baton as they left Mr. Ricky’s nightclub in the south suburb back in the early hours of May 16, 2009.
CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley was in court for the latest chapter in what’s become an international and emotional drama.
A federal judge Thursday denied one-time political power broker William Cellini’s latest bid for a new trial.
Two men are now facing federal charges in the armed robberies of multiple stores and employees in Chicago and Aurora.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is announcing budget reforms that will ensure federal and state grants are spent in full, and thus, taxpayers are saved money.
U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) says he is not opposed to the sale of Thomson Prison to the federal government, but says there must be one provision.
Several new homeowners in Lake County are praising a federal program that helped them become first time buyers, although critics say the program is slow going.
Jurors began deliberating in the six-week trial of Michael “The Large Guy” Sarno and four co-defendants.
The deadline for Illinois residents to apply for federal disaster assistance from summer flooding has been extended to Nov. 17 due to the large number of applicants.