Three Charged After Man Is Lured To Aurora Apartment, Beaten And RobbedAround 1 a.m., the 28-year-old Summit man was lured to the Aurora home of Adriana J. Chavez, 25, after she promised him sexual favors.
Robbery Victim May Have Been Lured Through Online Dating Site: Elgin Police
Friends, Family Of Motorcycle Accident Victim Outraged At Grisly Pictures Posted OnlineMiranda Valles, 21, of Downers Grove was killed early Sunday when the motorcycle on which she was a passenger crashed into a median on I-290.
Sleeping Cop In Online Video Gets Unpaid SuspensionThe Chicago Police Department launched an investigation after the video of the officer sleeping soundly in a police SUV was posted online over the weekend and went viral.
Authorities Shut Down Debt-Scam 'Boiler Room'Typically, it’s difficult for authorities to catch operators of scams like this because they usually operate in foreign countries. In this case, they were operating in Aurora. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Beware Prom Dress Rip-offs Online, Consumer-Advocacy Group Warns With high school girls thinking about prom season, here’s a warning from the Better Business Bureau.
Lynwood Teen Fatally Shoots Himself During Online Video Chat With Friend: PoliceBlake Hannett, 15, was pronounced dead at his home in the 2700 block of Lake Park Drive in Lynwood at 8:39 p.m., according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office.
Skokie School Will Reopen After Online Threat Is Deemed 'Not Credible'Classes will resume Friday at Skokie’s McCracken Middle School, following a threat posted online that was investigated by police.
That Wedding Dress Deal Online? It May Be Too Good To Be TrueThousands of bad websites are ripping off brides to be. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker talks to one victim.
Are You A 'Returnaholic' With Online Buys? If So, Retailers Have Their Eye On YouCBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker takes a look at the punishment you could face for returning to sender too many times.
How To Haggle With Online RetailersIt sounds simple enough: Contact a retailer and share the lower price you saw on a competitor's website. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker puts the method to a test.
Google Settles Online Privacy Case For $17MGoogle has agreed to pay Illinois, the District of Columbia, and 36 other states $17 million to settle allegations that the company skirted privacy settings on Apple Safari and allowed advertisers to gather information and track consumers’ Internet browsing habits.