Governor Signs Law Limiting Illinois Police On ImmigrationIllinois will limit how local and state police can cooperate with federal immigration authorities under a plan signed into law Monday by Gov. Bruce Rauner, a move that puts the first-term Republican at odds with his party on immigration issues.
State Police Trooper Injured In 'Altercation' With Armed Motorist On I-294Authorities say the altercation occurred at the Halsted Street toll plaza on northbound Interstate 294, in South Holland.
State Police Stepping Up DUI Patrols For Super Bowl SundayState Police are out in force this Super Bowl Sunday, looking for people who have had too much to drink.
Shooting On Dan Ryan Is 27th On Expressways This YearThe Dan Ryan expressway is now back open after Illinois state police closed part of the expressway when someone shot at a tow truck.
Quinn: State Police Help Investigate Airport DisruptionThe governor says it will take an investigation of how a worker set fire at the suburban air traffic control facility before officials can start to talk about how to prevent something like this from happening again.
State Troopers To Assist Chicago Police In Apprehending FugitivesAfter a listening session about combating street violence, the mayor and his police superintendent disclose that more arrests will be coming, reports WBBM’s John Cody.
Ald. Colón Has 'Confidence In Legal System' After DUI StopColón, who represents the 35th Ward, was driving a Honda SUV early Friday on Interstate 290 near Sacramento when he was pulled over for failing to signal and improper lane usage.
Gov. Quinn Offers State Police To Help Stop Chicago ViolenceGovernor Pat Quinn says he's ready to send in state police to help with Chicago's violence if Mayor Emanuel needs it.
Police Release New Information In Search For Rest-Stop KillerAuthorities are searching for 36-year-old Terence Doddy of Rockford in connection with the murders of Tonya Bargman, 44, and Todd Hansmeier, 37.
Supt. McCarthy Nixes Idea Of Getting Help From National GuardChicago's top cop says tougher gun laws would help police curb violence. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
Quinn Open-Minded About Using State Resources To Curb Chicago ViolenceQuinn said state police are already helping patrol in East St. Louis, another city that has its challenges with violent crime.
Gary Seeks State Police Help To Curb Murders Gary has been waiting for an answer from the state of Indiana about whether help will be sent in to curb a wave of violence, but Governor Mike Pence says he needs more information.