(CBS) — Police in west suburban Oak Park responded Thursday evening to reports that an intruder broke into the home of an elderly woman and tied her up before fleeing. The incident occurred in the 1000 block of […]
In this Original Report, CBS 2’s Mike Parker shows us how it’s affecting the family that’s growing more frustrated with each incident.
(CBS) – A Chicago family purchased a home months ago, only to find a squatter living in it. The new owners say they are paying bills in a house they can’t live in. CBS 2’s […]
In the hallway outside one of the condo units, painters have been at work covering up the latest piece of racist graffiti left behind by somebody. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
Many Burbank residents who live near this Melvina Ditch reservoir are upset. It appears the folks who run it have their homes in their sights.
(CBS) — When the doors of a CTA train close, how safe are you? In just over two weeks, two women have been attacked, one brutally. Both suspects were caught, but what’s being done to […]
Imagine having your basement flooded with raw sewage. Imagine no one will do anything about it. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
Some people get so obsessed with social media, it can cost them their marriage.
Some residents worry about how all the vanishing lanes will slow down traffic. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
Earlier this week, Robert Breuder announced he was going on medical leave, a move that would have allowed him to return at a time of his choosing.
The PAWS facility in southwest suburban Tinley Park has shut down adoptions and stopped taking animals from owners as because of dog flu.
CBS 2’s Mike Parker spoke with those seeing new doors opening.
Mourners gathered at Old St. Pat’s Church to pay final respects to the legendary linebacker, who was found dead in his Chicago home Monday at age 70.
Protesters in Zion renewed their demands to equip police officers with body-cams.
Two men claimed last week they were ejected by their Uber driver after they shared a kiss.
Chicagoan Shadi Ramini says he and a friend ordered the Blue Ribbon taxi through Uber.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart is issuing a dire warning about what will happen to his jail because of Governor Bruce Rauner’s cuts to state social safety net programs, reports CBS 2’s Mike Parker.
Imagine this: you’re terminally ill and your doctors have tried every available drug and nothing works. Now, Indiana is trying to give hope to those who are dying and hopeless.
Police in La Porte County are investigating what they call “widespread” sexting among high school students in the greater Michigan City area.
(CBS) — As several hundred protesters chanted outside an Elgin restaurant Friday, Gov. Bruce Rauner told supporters inside that he is ready to do battle with Illinois’ public employee unions. Rauner said he is not […]