Mayor Emanuel says he’ll deal with Ald. Edward Burke’s police detail–when it’s time.
The Illinois Auditor General says if the state is not careful, your income tax information could wind up in the wrong hands.
When this year’s Taste of Chicago opens its 10-day run Friday, officials are promising both fun and a safer atmosphere.
Managers of the Western Hemisphere’s tallest building are trying to determine how a mentally ill man made it past security and nearly to the top of the building recently.
The Chicago Police Department is considering giving Mayor Richard Daley and his wife, Maggie, a security detail after his term ends later this month.
Officials believe the death of Osama Bin Laden increases the risk of retaliation from his supporters. And the greatest threat is to the nation’s buses and trains
Chicago continues to step up security measures in the wake of Osama bin Laden’s death.
With the death of terror mastermind Osama Bin Laden, the city is increasing uniformed police presence and is ramping up monitoring of its vast array of surveillance cameras.
State police let their presence be known at the state capital Monday as elected leaders were sworn in, two days after the shooting of an Arizona congresswoman and some of her contituents.
Just days after a gunman was shot to death by a customer-turned-hero, an Orland Park tanning salon is stepping up security. And, as CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole reports, employees are finding security in each other, too.
Travelers at Midway International Airport now need to go through an extra layer of security.
Glenbard South High School is tightening security this morning, after a threat inside a school bathroom.
The weather is proving to be a bigger problem for travelers than a planned “opt-out” protest at airports across the country. So far Wednesday, it’s much ado about nothing.
Some flyers say new security measures meant to prevent terror in the air amount to just groping on the ground. One Chicago-area woman compares her experience to sexual assault. CBS 2’s Kristyn Hartman reports.
The U.S. Homeland Security chief insists there are privacy safeguards, as passengers complain about the machines’ intrusiveness.