Kenneth Williams

Hadiya Pendleton (Supplied to CBS)

Suspects In Hadiya Pendleton Murder Plead Not Guilty

The two men charged with murder in the shooting death of 15-year-old honor student Hadiya Pendleton pleaded innocent on Thursday.

03/28/2013

Michael Ward and Kenneth Williams, suspects in murder of Hadiya Pendleton

Pendleton Murder Suspect Violated Probation 3 Times

CBS 2 has learned Michael Ward violated that probation three times before her killing, with only one violation being reported to the judge.

02/12/2013

Michael Ward and Kenneth Williams, suspects in murder of Hadiya Pendleton

No Bond For Suspects In Hadiya Pendleton’s Murder

Bond has been denied for the two purported gang members allegedly responsible for gunning down a 15-year-old honor student two weeks ago.

CBS Chicago–02/12/2013

Michael Ward and Kenneth Williams, suspects in murder of Hadiya Pendleton

2 Charged In Hadiya Pendleton’s Murder

Two Chicago men have been charged with the murder of Hadiya Pendleton, the 15-year-old high school honor student who was gunned down at a Kenwood neighborhood park late last month, only days after marching at President Obama’s inauguration.

CBS Chicago–02/11/2013

Thornton Township High School District 205 board president Kenneth Williams (Credit: District 205)

Alvarez Files Suit Seeking Ouster Of Thornton HS Board President

Last month, Kenneth Williams received a letter from the state’s attorney’s office demanding he resign because he’s a felon. He was convicted of forgery in Indiana in 1985.

01/16/2013

Thornton Township High School District 205 School Board President Kenneth Williams (left) and Harvey Public School District 152 School Board President Janet Rogers (right) | (Photos supplied to CBS 2)

2 School Board Presidents Pressured To Resign Over Felony Convictions

Two south suburban school board presidents, both convicted felons, have been told by top prosecutors to step down by next week, or face serious consequences.

CBS 2–01/09/2013

File Photo (Ian Waldie/ Getty Images)

State’s Attorney Demands School Board President Resign Over Felony

The Cook County State’s Attorney’s office is demanding the president of a south suburban school district step down because of a felony conviction, the Sun-Times is reporting.

12/28/2012