Cassandra Feuerstein, who suffered nerve damage in her face in the March 2013 attack, was glad that Michael Hart was charged for the crime but thinks he got a “slap on the wrist,” said Torri Hamilton, a lawyer who is representing Feuerstein in a pending civil lawsuit.
The four 19-year-old suspects charged with first degree murder and attempted murder in the shooting death and injury of two Niles North High School students late last month have been indicted by a Grand Jury, it was announced Tuesday, Oct. 28 in Cook County Circuit Court in north suburban Skokie.
CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports while we don’t know the nature of those Instagram posts, Skokie Police are taking then so seriously they’re asking federal agents to join the investigation.
A Skokie middle school has canceled classes Wednesday as police investigate a series of posts on Instagram.
Police in north suburban Skokie responded to an attempted armed robbery Thursday afternoon at a Salvation Army Family Store.
A woman who robbed a BMO Harris bank in north suburban Wilmette Tuesday is also suspected of robbing another bank in nearby Skokie last week.
Skokie police have released the person they say pulled the trigger in the fatal shooting of a Niles North High School student last month. The Cook County State’s Attorney’s office did not think there was enough evidence at this time to charge him, according to Skokie police officials.
Skokie Police have arrested the person they allege pulled the trigger in the fatal shooting of Niles North student Max Gadau last week, Pioneer Press is reporting.
CBS 2’s Brad Edwards learned in this Original Report what your hometown pays may be a lot more than the one next door.
An employee of the LL Bean store in Old Orchard Center found the boy, Brooklyn Venter, sitting on a stairwell in an “employee only” portion of the store.
A Los Angeles man who was a suspect in the 1992 murder of 15-year-old David Chereck, from Skokie, has been arrested in connection with the case.
For Jeffery Tasch, music is in his blood.
The officers spotted Reginald Stewart and another suspect walking across a parking lot carrying a “large sack” and boxes containing over $3,000 in merchandise, which they dropped when the officers approached
Riders cheerfully filled the seats and stood in the aisles, swapping stories about rides on the Swift, also known as the Yellow Line, which links downtown Skokie with the Howard ‘L’ terminal.
The suspect boarded a Yellow Line train and began yelling at passengers on March 28. When a senior citizen told him to leave, the man approached the senior citizen and pulled his jacket over his head before punching and kicking him.
A north suburban man had to have a metal plate put into the left side of his head after being attacked by Evanston and Skokie police officers, according to a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday.
About 2:05 a.m., the female was traveling south on I-94 when she crashed her vehicle and, having gotten turned around, began driving north in the southbound lanes between Willow and Old Orchard roads.
The weather is the subject of a protest march Saturday in Skokie.
There’s even more incentive to not lose Friday’s big Olympic semifinal.
A 5-year-old boy who was the subject of an AMBER Alert was found safe in Skokie on Thursday, after he was taken in a carjacking earlier in Park Ridge.