Stolen Car Crashes Into Library After Teen Shot In Chicago LawnJust after 11 p.m., a person in a black car fired shots into a grey Scion near 60th and Whipple. One of the bullets struck a 14-year-old passenger in the chest.
8th Graders Graduate From FBI's Junior Special Agents Program16 students from Luke O'Toole Elementary School participated in the first of its kind program.
Operation Santa Rolls Through ChicagoA police motorcade is carrying Santa and Mrs. Claus throughout the city and suburbs this weekend.
Salvation Army Helps Woman Through Tough Time, Provides GroceriesThe Salvation Army's Norridge Corps Community Center offers a variety of services and programs to help those in need in the community, one of which is the food pantry.
Lake Shore Drive/Stevenson Expressway Interchange Project CompletedCrews have finished two years of construction to build new ramps connecting the Stevenson Expressway and Lake Shore Drive.
Transgender Inmate Seeks Protection Order Against Prison GuardsThe 26-year-old inmate who goes by the name Strawberry Hampton (legally Deon Hampton) has been repeatedly sexually assaulted by corrections officers.
U.S. Justice Department Withholding Grant Money, Hurting Police DepartmentsA suburban police chief said the US Justice Department has been withholding grant money from local police departments over undocumented immigrants.
Christmas Tree Ship Arrives In ChicagoIt's a reenactment of a Chicago tradition from the late 1800s.
"Sweetheart Swindler" Has More AccusersLenard Adams, who’s charged with swindling four women and sexually assaulting one, has new accusers in Hobart, Merrillville and Highland according to Hobart Police Lt. James Gonzales.
Winter Overnight Parking Ban Starts FridayPeople parking illegally face a minimum $150 towing fee, a $60 ticket and a storage fee of up to $20 a day.
Body Scanner Helps Officers In LaPorte CountyTraining for deputies had barely been completed when the scanner caught an inmate trying to smuggle pills in her bra.
Thousands Of Sandhill Cranes Flock To NWIAn estimated 12,000 Sandhill cranes had their stop over floating into a huge field called the goose pasture.