On Friday, police cars were parked outside Simeon Career Academy as it played Julian.
More security is coming in the fight against people who would unlawfully get prescription drugs.
School officials for northwest suburban Barrington School District 220 say they are just playing it safe. Real safe.
The deadly school shooting spree last week in Connecticut prompted Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn to push for a review of school safety measures in the state.
Across the country, schools will be on high alert following Friday’s shooting in Connecticut.
You can never predict a tragedy like the school shooting massacre in Newtown, Conn., but schools prepare as much as they can. Just this week, a school in north suburban Zion held a drill for a shooting.
CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist shows you how to spot the danger — and a simple way to fix it.
Authorities have beefed up the police presence at a northwestern Indiana shopping mall where a fight among teenagers led to gunfire a couple weeks ago.
A local security expert says expect to see changes at movie theaters in the wake of the shooting in Colorado.
Taste of Chicago opens on Wednesday, and Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy says he’s putting “adequate resources” on the streets to keep them safe during the festival.
Metra says it lost $800,000 in revenues during the NATO Summit weekend last month, as riders stayed away.
President Obama has arrived in Chicago for the two-day NATO summit that is being held in his hometown amid protests by demonstrators.
If you ride Metra this weekend, get ready for a few more NATO-related headaches.
U.S. fighter jets will be actively flying over Chicago on Friday as part of a security drill in the days before the NATO Summit.
Several out-of-state canine teams are here in Chicago to help with NATO security – teams from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
Metra is reminding riders of security restrictions and schedule changes for the NATO summit.
Are surveillance drones flying over Chicago as part of the massive security operation for the NATO Summit?
The NATO summit is almost here, and while Mayor Rahm Emanuel has insisted it will be business as usual for most of the city, at least one business is profiting from the heightened security in Chicago.
If you start noticing more boats patrolling Lake Michigan and the river – it’s because of the NATO summit, as you might have guessed.
With less than a week to go until the NATO summit, there are growing signs of the extra security that’s going into place in time for the arrival of NATO delegates this weekend.