Judge Hears Arguments On New Red Light Camera LawsuitThe suit, filed by Chicago attorney Patrick Keating, alleges the city didn’t have proper authority from the Illinois General Assembly when it started the red light camera program more than a decade ago.
Bensenville Residents Sue City, Claim O'Hare Noise Makes Homes UnlivableA group of Bensenville residents has sued the city of Chicago, seeking to force the city to buy their homes, because of a spike in jet noise from nearby O’Hare International Airport.
Despite Injury Worries, Illinois High Schools Not Dropping FootballWhile some high schools around the country have been dropping their football programs, an official with the Illinois High School Association said he's seeing no evidence of that here.
Court Tosses Escapee's $10M Suit It Says Took 'Chutzpah'An inmate who escaped from a high-rise federal jail in Chicago has a unique theory on who's to blame. He says the government was negligent in enabling the breakout, so he sued for $10 million in damages.
Suit: Cops Mistreated Motorist After Turning Off Dashboard Camera
Harvey School Superintendent Accuses Board Member Of Threatening 'A**-Kicking'A school superintendent in south suburban Harvey filed a lawsuit alleging that her efforts to put the district’s spending under a microscope sparked retaliation by board members — including one who told her she was “itching for an ass-kicking.”
Suit: Chicago Public Schools Bungled Contract For Special-Needs NursesThe first day of school is supposed to be full of wonder and excitement for students. But for many special needs kids, it was anything but. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
Lawsuit Seeks To Block Chicago's "Netflix Tax"The Emanuel administration has been hit with a lawsuit over a June decision to expand its taxing authority to Internet streaming services.
Hospital Files Restraining Order To Kick Riot Fest Out Of Douglas ParkA local hospital is making a last ditch effort to keep Riot Fest out of Douglas Park.
City Suing Former Red Light Camera ContractorChicago is suing former red-light camera contractor Redflex Traffic Systems in the wake of a guilty plea in federal court by its one-time CEO.
Woman Sues Funeral Home For Giving Niece's Ashes To Wrong PersonVera Brown had raised her niece, LaShaira Boyd, since Boyd’s own mother died. When Boyd died last spring at age 29, Brown wanted the body cremated, but a month after the funeral, she got some unsettling news from Fountain Jordan Shepard Funeral Home.
Jury Begins Deliberations In Jordan Vs. Dominick's TrialA federal jury at a civil trial in Chicago has begun deliberating on the question: What's the market value of Michael Jordan's name?