The pilot was killed in a small plane crash Sunday night in Plano. (CBS)

Pilot Killed When Small Plane Crashes In Plano

A pilot was killed when a small plane crashed Sunday night in the southwest suburbs.


Plano High School (CBS)

Plano Mom Talks About Son’s Alleged Sex Assault By Classmates

A recently filed hazing lawsuit claims a Plano High School lawsuit was held down by four other schoolmates, while a fifth student sexually assaulted him in the boy’s locker room.


Plano High School football field (Credit: CBS)

Five Plano High Students Charged Over Possible Hazing Incidents

-Five students at southwest suburban Plano High School are accused of sexual assault and battery over possible hazing incidents.


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Fake Police Officer Sexually Assaults Woman At Gunpoint

A man who was impersonating a police officer sexually assaulted a woman at gunpoint after pulling over her car in the far west suburbs, police said.

CBS Chicago–08/08/2012

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Boy, 16, Charged After Walking Into Home, Peeing On Bed

A 16-year-old boy is in serious trouble, after he walked into a house in the middle of the day in the exurban town of Plano, and peed all over the resident’s bed.


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Plano H.S. Continues Random Drug-Testing Of Students, With Parents’ Support

A suburban high school is drug-testing students randomly. But 100 percent of parents are in favor of the program, CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports.



Intoxicated Motorist Rolls Vehicle, Admits To Texting

A woman rolled the vehicle she was driving intoxicated while text messaging early Saturday in southwestern Little Rock.


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Underage Plano Boy Takes Parents’ Car, Crashes It

A Plano boy who was not old enough to drive ended up in the hospital, along with a 16-year-old girl who joined him, after he allegedly took his parents’ car without permission and crashed it.

CBS Chicago–08/15/2011

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Layoffs Hit Suburban Police Departments

After several years of furloughs, layoffs and decreased revenue, some of the hefty police payrolls are suddenly within reach of cities’ budgeting shears.