Aurora Cops Help Girl, Grandmother Move To Nicer ApartmentIt’s moving day for Sheila Jackson, but she doesn't have to do any of the heavy lifting.
Thieves Steal 5 Luxury Cars In Libertyville, Lead Police On Chase In WisconsinThe vehicles were stolen Sunday night around 11:20 p.m. and about 15 minutes later, the thieves were across state lines leading police in Wisconsin on a high-speed chase.
Man Charged With Killing 11-Year-Old Takiya HolmesA 19-year-old man has been charged with murder in the shooting death of 11-year-old Takiya Holmes over the weekend.
Democrat Chris Kennedy To Run For Illinois GovernorIt is Democratic businessman's first run at an elected office, but as CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports, Chris Kennedy says he's ready for the job.
Hillside CarMax Hit Twice In Two Days By Car ThievesTargeted car dealerships is becoming a trend among Chicago street gangs, according to Hillside police.
Army Veteran Facing Deportation Asks Judge To Let Him Stay In U.S.Convicted drug offender Miguel Perez, 38, never became a U.S. citizen but was in the Army and served in Afghanistan.
Lindsey Graham Calls Trump's Voter Fraud Claims 'Inappropriate'The White House provided no evidence to support the allegation that millions voted illegally in the election.
Latest Target Of Mean Tweeting: Donald Trump's 10-Year-Old SonCBS 2’s Mai Martinez asks an expert why lines are crossed on social media.
Lisa Madigan Sues Navient, Sallie Mae For Student Loan OffensesIllinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is suing some of the largest names in the student loan industry.
Former Chicago Police Superintendent Heaps More Scorn On DOJ ReportGarry McCarthy is offering additional criticism about the federal report released last week that slams CPD for civil-rights violations.
Chicago Aldermen Call On DOJ Officials To Investigate Law DepartmentSome Chicago Aldermen are calling on the Federal Justice Department to investigate the city’s Law Department for alleged abuses.
Chicago's Former Top Cop Disagrees He Was Unavailable For Feds' Review Of CPDU.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch says Garry McCarthy was "not available" to talk with her office. The former police superintendent says that's "nonsense."