Chicago police have located a massive marijuana field on the South Side.
Exposure of a $7 million marijuana growing operation downstate has led to drug charges against two Chicago men.
Prosecutors say a man had marijuana in his system when he caused a crash that killed a long-time music teacher in the Elgin schools.
You might think as Lollapalooza kicks off that the music festival would be the perfect incubator for Chicago’s new marijuana policy, but such is not the case.
The City Council has passed an ordinance that will make the possession of small amounts of marijuana punishable only by a ticket in most cases.
A City Council panel has given the first stage of approval to Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s plan to allow police to issue tickets to people caught with small amounts of marijuana, rather than making arrests in all such cases.
The city’s most influential alderman on Monday said he had serious concerns about Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s plan to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana.
A proposal to lighten the penalties for possessing small amounts of marijuana in Chicago has the backing of Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
A 30-year old former Lake County prosecutor’s law license, as he has admitted to having a drug dealer as a roommate while he was sometimes handling drug cases.
Federal prosecutors have charged 19 people for taking part in two drug rings that supplied large quantities of powder and crack cocaine to the city and suburbs.
Federal officials are continuing to investigate a package addressed to a northwest Indiana business that turned out to contain 340 pounds of marijuana.
Two teenage boys from Crystal Lake are in big trouble, after allegedly making $700 worth of photocopies of a single $20 bill and using them to buy pot.
Two men are free on bond and awaiting trial on felony narcotics-related charges, after they and others were arrested during an anti-crime effort conducted by Naperville police on the city’s west side.
Joliet police are doing their part to eradicate drugs from the streets, using a powerful tool of destruction called the Drug Terminator.
Former Illinois running back Mikel Leshoure attempted to eat his stash of marijuana to avoid being busted during a traffic stop in March.
Veteran law enforcement officers said it’s a drug manufacturing operation unlike any they’d ever seen. CBS 2’s Mike Puccinelli takes an exclusive look inside the hidden world of a sophisticated drug grow house on the West Side, following a raid by the Chicago Police Department’s Central Anti-Violence Task Force.
Police continue to move on citizen tips on drug houses in the city, executing another search warrant this week that adds up to almost half a dozen in the last few months.
Police have arrested four people and seized more than 2,100 pounds of marijuana in a drug bust in the South Side Englewood neighborhood.
An advocate for the legalization of marijuana says teens would never have been able to buy and sell pot at Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, if the substance were legal and regulated.
Some security check points force patrons to empty their pockets, remove their belts and shoes, and undergo a frisking.