Protesters Shut Down Some Mag Mile Stores; At Least Four ArrestedThe demonstration, meant to disrupt “Black Friday” shopping on Chicago’s premier retail corridor, was in response to this week’s court-ordered release of a Chicago police car dash-camera video.
Woman Kidnapped From Oak Park Home Located In HospitalOak Park police said 31-year-old Sherman Henderson is believed to have abducted his ex-girlfriend from a home in the 600 block of Forest Avenue shortly before midnight Sunday night.
Dog Owners Pleased By Compromise To Allow Pooches On Path Through Maggie Daley ParkCBS 2’s Mike Parker explains the new rules.
Feds Seize Files, Computers As City Legislative Inspector General’s Office Shuts DownCBS 2’s Mike Parker talked to the watchdog who has had his last bark.
Mother Of Newborn Threw Baby Out Window In Uptown: Police SourcesCharges were expected Friday in the death of the infant girl, who was found outside a building earlier this week.
10-Year-Old Boy Accidentally Shot By 8-Year-Old BrotherPolice said the shooting happened around 9 a.m. in the 9000 block of South Bishop Street.
Veterans' Job Fair Draws Hundreds To Union Station About 300 veterans and their family members showed up at Union Station today for a job fair.
Madigan Seeks Probe Of Peoples Gas Main Replacement ProgramMadigan said an independent audit of the Peoples Gas Accelerated Main Replacement Program revealed skyrocketing costs for consumers. Originally estimated to cost $2.2 billion when it was first approved in 2009, the pipe replacement program could now cost $8 billion, according to an audit by Liberty Consulting Group.
Sign Of The Times: 'Active Shooter' Drill At Middle SchoolSome 200 teachers tried to deal with that “what if” scenario, in which a police officer played the role of an armed invader.
City Already Digging Up Newly Created Loop Link Bus Lane For Being Too NarrowCrews are now back at work, tearing up the pavement again on eastbound Washington between Clark and Dearborn.
Police: Man Who Fatally Shot Robbery Suspect Won't Face ChargesChicago police will not charge a gun owner for using it to stop a robbery in a Southwest Side business Saturday.
Pilsen Coffee Shop Hit Again By Anti-Gentrification GraffitiThere seems to be growing anger about who's moving in to Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood.