Chicago Dogs To Play Ball in RosemontThe Dogs make their debut on May 18 on the road. Their home opener is the following week, on May 25.
A Rose(mont) By Any Other NameThe water tower with all the roses on it. The iconic design first "rose" above the near northwest suburb in 1982.
World Armwrestling League Kicks Off New Season In RosemontArm wrestling is one of mankind’s oldest competitions, dating back to ancient Egypt; and now the sport is enjoying a modern day surge in popularity.
Rosemont Police Search For Fashion Outlets ThievesSurveillance video captures five men, running full speed down the mall. Police speculate they're in their late teens or early 20s.
Operation North Pole Takes Place In RosemontChildren and their families will take a holiday train ride from the downtown Des Plaines Metra station to the Crystal Lake stop.
Attorneys: Rosemont PD To Release More Files In Kenneka Jenkins CaseJenkins’ death was ruled an accident by the Cook County medical examiner’s office.
New Details In The Case Of Kenneka JenkinsPolice abased some questions to witness on tips from social media. One included a theory that Kenneka was killed by a gang for $200.
Kenneka Jenkins' Mother: 'This Protest Is Over'In a video posted to her Facebook page Sunday night, Tereasa Martin said, “You know what, this protest is over.”
No Video Exists Of Kenneka Jenkins Walking Into Freezer: HotelThat's because there is no surveillance video camera trained on the freezer where Jenkins, 19, was found dead earlier this month, CBS 2 has learned.
Five Things To Know About Death Of Kenneka JenkinsKenneka Jenkins was found dead in a walk-in freezer in a hotel in Rosemont.
Rosemont Police: No Need For FBI Takeover Of Kenneka Jenkins CaseRosemont police will retain control of the controversial death investigation of Kenneka Jenkins, the Chicago woman found dead in a hotel walk-in freezer, authorities said.
Questions Remain Over Hotel Death, Despite Video Clips: Family"We have received only snippets of video, none of which shows Kenneka Jenkins walking into a freezer," attorney Larry Rogers said.