Settlement In Chicago Cops' Lawsuit Spares Emanuel From Testifying On Code Of SilenceThe Emanuel administration has agreed to pay $2 million to settle a lawsuit filed by two Chicago police officers who claimed they were victims of retaliation after blowing the whistle on corruption. The deal spares the mayor from possibly having to testify about a “code of silence” within the department.
Going Inside The Chicago Police Department's 'Strategic Subject List'Chicago suffered through an especially bloody holiday weekend, with 69 people shot over the Memorial Day weekend, including six fatalities. Police said the vast majority of the victims were on a watchlist of sorts – what the department calls its “strategic subject list.”
Meet Cook County's Tough Love JudgeSome probation violators are sent to Judge Jackie Portman, and 85 percent will make it out without getting in trouble again. CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports.
Bystander Killed Outside Starbucks 'Could Have Been Any One Of Us'A gang-related shooting in Bronzeville last week claimed the life of a city worker, just a couple of blocks from Chicago Police headquarters. CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports.
Police Officer Shoots Suspected Fugitive On South SideAround 9:30 a.m., members of a fugitive task force – including Chicago police officers and U.S. marshals – approached a home in the 11800 block of South Sangamon Street, where they were serving an arrest warrant.
Chicago Area Mother Shot On Wisconsin InterstateThe man who opened fire on Tracy Czaczkowski’s vehicle Sunday was already wanted for shooting and killing a man earlier that day.
Sex Abuse Survivors: Don't Keep SilentSurvivors of sexual assault and their supporters came together to raise awareness in a unique way, CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
Man Wrongly Locked Up For 24 Years Not Taking Freedom For GrantedSo what's the first 24-hours of freedom been like for Darryl Pinkinz? CBS 2's Mai Martinez finds out in this Original Report.
Water Fountains At Some Glenview Schools Had High Lead LevelsMost locations tested within acceptable lead levels set by the EPA, school officials in District 34 said. CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports.
New Facebook System Describes Photos To People Who Are BlindWhat's it like to hear the new automated descriptions? CBS 2's Mai Martinez talks with two Facebook users about their experience.
Interim Police Supt. Eddie Johnson Moves Closer To Getting Job PermanentlyAs CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports, the City Council is essentially allowing the mayor to sidestep the current police board selection process.
Electrode Cap Helping Keep Man’s Brain Tumor At BayIn this Original Report, CBS 2's Mai Martinez talks to the man who says it's given him a new lease on life.