Suspect Wearing Lederhosen Sought In Nail Salon BurglaryPolice in Naperville are looking for a burglary suspect with an unusual sense of style.
Best Places For Designer Frames In ChicagoSee the world in a new way by picking up some designer eyeglasses through these companies in the Chicago area.
Naperville Considering Ban On Possessing Powdered AlcoholThe city of Naperville is trying to get ahead of a potential problem by banning powdered alcohol.
Old Naperville Ladder Truck Now Fighting Fires In MexicoAfter going through the lengthy process of transporting the 25-year-old ladder truck and getting it through customs, it has finally been put to use in its new home city.
Metra Train Derails Near Naperville, Extensive Delays ExpectedTrain No. 1206, scheduled to depart Fairview at 5:45 a.m. and arrive in Chicago at 6:35 a.m., derailed just east of Naperville, according to Metra.
Rauner Seeking More Government ConsolidationGov. Bruce Rauner announced Friday he’s backing four pieces of legislation that would allow local governments to consolidate services in order to save money for taxpayers.
Man Robs Naperville BankA man robbed a U.S. Bank branch in west suburban Naperville Monday evening, according to the FBI.
Feds: Naperville Man Tied To Chinese Intelligence Agency Became Citizen IllegallyA southwest suburban man who may have lied about ties to the Chinese Communist Party and a Chinese intelligence agency has been charged with unlawfully becoming a citizen.
Best Ways To Commemorate MLK Jr. Day In ChicagoHonor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. this year by visiting museums or volunteering through these organizations in the Chicago area.
Naperville Teacher Accused Of Sexually Assaulting 16-Year-Old Boy A west suburban middle school teacher accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old boy on New Year’s Day has been ordered held on a $300,000 bond.
Naperville Homes Go All Out In Christmas Light DisplaysCBS 2’s Audrina Bigos reports in Naperville there are about 25 decked out homes on a tour of lights.
Sandra Bland's Family Wants To See Evidence From Grand Jury Investigation Of Her DeathThe family of a Naperville woman who died in a Texas jail cell earlier this year says a grand jury’s decision not to charge any of her jailers begs a number of questions that demand answers.