Illinois State Police Issue Nearly 6,000 Traffic Citations Memorial Day WeekendISP Officers issued 5,924 traffic citations and 5,206 written warnings May 25 through May 28.
1,000 Additional Police Officers To Patrol Chicago Memorial Day Weekend1,000 additional police officers will be patrolling around Chicago Memorial Day weekend to try to curb a historically violent start to the summer.
Hit-And-Run On Eisenhower Leaves One DeadOne person was killed and at least four others were injured. It happened around 4:45 Sunday morning.
Police Conduct Raids In Search For Suspect Who Shot ATF OfficerLaw enforcement agencies are on a manhunt, canvassing a neighborhood on Chicago's South side in search for the gunman who ambushed and shot an ATF agent in the face.
College Wrestler Killed In I-57 Hit And Run"I'd do anything to give him his life back. I'd give my own life for him."
Elgin Police Release Video Of Fatal Police ShootingElgin police released a video of the fatal shooting of a woman by an officer during a standoff on the Jane Addams Tollway earlier this month.
State Police Target Expressway Crime With Operation Ryan’s HopeThe program, named after the Dan Ryan Expressway, was launched in 2015.
Illinois Police Announce Super Bowl Weekend DUI EnforcementThe Illinois State Police is warning people that if they drink too much at Super Bowl parties this weekend they may end up having a not-so-super time on the way home.
Disastrous Multi-Car Crash On Congress And WellsThe collision happened at Congress and Wells. One person was pinned in and had to be cut out of a vehicle.
Speeding, Distracted Driving Ranked Top Traffic Offenses On TollwaysThere were 5,078 tickets and warnings issued for distracted driving, and 40,955 tickets and warnings for speeding on Chicago area tollways last year.
Pregnant Woman Injured In Stevenson Expressway CrashThe crash happened about 6:55 a.m. in the northbound lanes of Interstate 55 before Pulaski, according to Illinois State Police.
Police Stepping Up DUI, Seat Belt Patrols Over HolidaysPolice and sheriff's departments across Illinois are stepping up patrols to try to reduce alcohol- and drug-related crashes this holiday season.