If you start noticing more boats patrolling Lake Michigan and the river – it’s because of the NATO summit, as you might have guessed.
Parking restrictions and other security measures for the NATO summit next Sunday have already started going into effect.
About 40,000 people took a walk on the lakefront on Sunday, for the 21st Annual Y-Me “Race At Your Pace,” a 5K to support breast cancer patients.
The U.S. Secret Service has revealed security measures for next month’s NATO summit, which will push protesters a bit further away from McCormick Place than they originally planned to be.
The Shedd Aquarium has adopted a beach near the aquarium for Earth Day, and will help remove trash and debris from the sand for the next several months.
It took just seconds; a dog that was supposed to be playing on the beach ended up dangling from the jaws of another dog, dying and unable to fight back. Now, there’s a huge push to find the owner of the animal that reportedly attacked.
Chicago city residents might need a light jacket later in the day Thursday, but areas farther west will continue to experience summertime temperatures in what is technically still winter.
Chicago police were searching Belmont Harbor on Sunday, after a missing man’s jacket was found along the lakefront.
A man was critically injured Monday morning when he was attacked by what police described as two pit bulls while jogging along the lakefront in Rainbow Beach Park.
A West Side man has been charged with burglarizing a car near the lakefront on the South Side and police believe he burglarized several other vehicles after finding more than 100 gift cards, purses, wallets and numerous other stolen items in his home.
Akilah Easter was attacked on the lakefront this summer and managed to get away, but she said her nightmare didn’t end there. Easter said that, when Chicago police officers arrived to investigate, she felt victimized again.
Saturday’s rain storm put a bit of a damper on attendance for the Chicago Air and Water Show this weekend.
As many as 2 million people were expected to take in the Chicago Air & Water Show on Saturday and Sunday and that means a big job for Chicago police.
Chicago police were stepping up patrols along the lakefront this weekend to handle the large crowds expected at the city’s beaches and for the Lollapalooza music festival.
With a summer heat wave upon us, beaches are already packed and the popular Air & Water Show is just around the corner. So why aren’t police officers going to be patrolling the lakefront on ATVs?
The Chicago Police Department is keeping many members of its force on the clock this weekend, even if they had sought to take time off, to help keep popular spots safe. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
The boy was walking with his parents down a pier when he fell in the water Sunday afternoon.
The woman who was attacked last week in broad daylight along Chicago’s lakefront recounts her ordeal to CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot.
Dark-eyed, wild bandits have invaded both the north and south lakefront, but officials are working to out-smart them.
Warmer temperatures drew crowds to the lakefront this weekend — just two days after a woman in a wheel chair and the man pushing her accidentally fell in at the Columbia Yacht Club.