Flooding Slowly Recedes Amid Dry Conditions TuesdayThe rain might have stopped falling hours ago, but most of the Chicago area remained under a flood warning Tuesday morning, with many streets still covered in water from a series of storms that dropped nearly 5 inches of water in some suburbs.
Student Charged In Wake Of Shotgun Shell Being Found At Hinsdale CentralThe student, who lives in unincorporated Clarendon Hills, faces one count of possession of ammunition, a misdemeanor that will be petitioned through the juvenile court system, according to Hinsdale police.
17-Year-Old Girl Struck By Train In Hinsdale, In Critical Condition A teenage girl is in critical condition after she was struck by a Metra train Saturday night in west suburban Hinsdale.
Waukegan Teachers Strike Continues; Threat Looms In HinsdaleA teachers strike in Waukegan continued this week after negotiations failed to yield an agreement with the school district.
Large Crowd Expected At Hinsdale School Board Meeting As Teachers Negotiate New ContractContentious contract negotiations between the Hinsdale Township High School District 86 and its teachers is expected to draw a large crowd at a school board meeting Monday night.
Dillard Steps Down From Illinois Senate To Chair RTARepublican state Sen. Kirk Dillard, who made two attempts at Illinois governor, officially resigned from the Legislature after more than two decades in office to become chairman of the Chicago-area's Regional Transportation Authority, Senate Republican officials announced Monday.
Second Delay For Metra BNSF Line, After Train Hits Car In HinsdaleTrains on Metra’s BNSF Railway were halted near west suburban Hinsdale on Monday, after a train hit a car, just a few hours after earlier delays due to debris on the tracks in Cicero.
Hinsdale Business Owners Get Creative To Lure Customers In Cold, SnowThe mounds of snow and bitter cold are doing no favors to many businesses in west suburban Hinsdale, but the businesses are working hard to bring in customers.
Hinsdale Middle School To Stay Closed This Week For Mold CleanupHinsdale Middle School says the majority of staff has reported health concerns related to mold that was found in the building - and the school will be closed at least another two days for cleaning and testing.
State Sen. Pushes Legislation Aimed At Curbing Burglaries A Hinsdale State Senator wants restrictions on some business that he says are fueling a rash of suburban burglaries reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Forget Cell Phones -- Kids In The Car Are Even More DistractingWe all know that cell phones and driving don't mix, and there are laws against that. But many of us drive around with something that one recent study suggests is 12 times more distracting. CBS 2's Mary Kay Kleist reports.
Flooding Victims Seeking Relief At Food Banks In Western SuburbsSome food pantries in the western suburbs are finding that victims of the recent flooding are flowing into their centers now, looking for relief, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.