Police discovered complete chaos when they were called to a West Side bar early Friday morning.
The Israeli Consul General in Chicago says the consulate in the Ogilvie Transportation Center is expected to reopen Tuesday morning, a day after being evacuated because of a suspicious envelope.
The Israeli consulate in downtown Chicago was evacuated Monday afternoon after a worker opened a package containing a suspicious white powder.
A West Side man is behind bars, charged in a series of crimes that happened last year in the East Garfield Park neighborhood.
A man in a ski mask, armed with a handgun, robbed a northwest suburban gas station early Wednesday.
Police say a thief was after a designer jacket when he shot a man in the chest on busy Madison Street on the city’s West Side.
Police are investigating after a man was stabbed in the neck at a lounge in the West Loop.
If you search Google for “Merchandise Mart,” your results will come back accompanied by a convenient map plotting its location for you. But the map points to the Drake Hotel.
Maywood police are looking for the passenger of a car that crashed into an apartment building after a shooting early Tuesday morning, killing a girl as she was sleeping.
Police said a bomb threat near Ogilvie Transportation Center on Monday was unfounded.
Police are warning neighbors of two armed robbers who have been hitting major streets on the city’s West Side.
Residents at a West Side apartment complex said a piece of art there could put their kids at risk. It’s a historic statue and they’re afraid it could fall on a child, so they asked CBS 2’s Pamela Jones to help get it fixed.
A passenger was killed Tuesday evening when a vehicle crashed into a police squad car on the city’s West Side.
A red bullseye might soon grace the historic Louis Sullivan building on State Street that once housed the Carson Pirie Scott flagship store.
Madison Street is now closed between Canal and Franklin streets downtown, as Phase 2 of the Wacker Drive reconstruction project begins.
A huge construction parade is marching south down Wacker Drive starting Tuesday, as city engineers reopen Washington Street and close Madison Street to begin the second phase of reconstruction.
Michigan Avenue downtown was busy and bustling as usual in the midday hours, but a suspicious package shut the road down in the wee hours when a suspicious package was discovered.
At least 14 people were shot and wounded and two men are dead following a series of shootings during an eight-hour span throughout the city late Saturday and early Sunday.
Suspected carjackers made one miscalculation early Monday morning after allegedly taking a car from a man on the city’s West Side.
A man who was found in Arkansas was charged with gunning down two women as they were dancing nearly nine years ago on the West Side, police said.