One Police Department Rolls Out Friendly Initiative: 'Stop And Shake'As in, shake hands with the public to improve community relations. WBBM's Andy Dahn reports.
1 Killed, 3 Injured In Separate Head-On Crashes In Palos ParkAround 9 p.m., a 55-year-old woman was killed when two vehicles collided on 123rd Street between Wolf and Will Cook roads.
Woman, 70, Fatally Struck By Vehicle In Palos Park A 70-year-old woman died Saturday evening after she was struck by a vehicle in southwest suburban Palos Park.
Accomplices In Robbery Charged With MurderA Palos Park homeowner shot and killed a 19-year-old Indiana man during a home invasion Tuesday night, and now the teenager's alleged accomplices are being held responsible for his murder.
Homeowner Shoots Two Suspected Burglars Two people who broke into a south suburban home Tuesday night were shot by the homeowner, leaving one of the suspected burglars dead and the other wounded.
Suburban Police Officer Will Live-Tweet The Overnight ShiftPalos Park Police Chief Joe Miller says the "virtual ride-along" could be exciting, or rather routine. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports.
Anonymous Flyer Tries To Scuttle Plans For Mosque In Palos ParkSomeone is circulating an inflammatory message about the dangers of allowing a mosque in the southwest suburbs. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
1 Killed, 4 Hurt In Palos Park CrashA person was killed and four others were injured in a crash Friday evening in southwest suburban Palos Park.
Police: Delivery Scam Targeting Palos ParkAuthorities are warning residents in southwest suburban Palos Park against scammers staging a fake delivery, then stealing the victims’ debit card information.
1 In Custody, 1 Sought In Palos Park Van Theft, ChasePalos Park police are searching for one of two men who led officers on a chase in a stolen van early Saturday in the southwest suburb.
Lemont, Palos Park Locked In Land DisputeAs CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, homeowners aren't the only ones putting on the boxing gloves.
Flooding Slowly Recedes Amid Dry Conditions TuesdayThe rain might have stopped falling hours ago, but most of the Chicago area remained under a flood warning Tuesday morning, with many streets still covered in water from a series of storms that dropped nearly 5 inches of water in some suburbs.