Hinsdale Couple Gets Judge's OK To Keep 'Lady Justice' Statue On LawnFor nearly two years, Curtis Kmiecek and Dana Kurtz been in a legal battle with the village over a sculpture in front of Kurtz's law firm.
Waukegan Police Discover Rare 'DMT' Drug Lab in Apartment BuildingThe rare, hallucinogenic drug, is known on the street, as "businessman's trip" or "Dimitri."
Girl, 8, And Woman Shot In AustinJamiah Barnes, 8, was crossing the street to attend a prayer vigil for a 14-year-old boy who had been slain earlier in the day, just three blocks away, when two men began arguing and someone began shooting. Jamiah was shot in the forearm, and a 40-year-old woman was shot in the hand.
South Side Church Donates 'Essentials' To FamiliesThe 60-member congregation collected $5,000 for their first annual giveaway. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Top Cop Moves To Fire Officers For Lying About Laquan McDonald ShootingPolice Supt. Eddie Johnson has moved to fire seven police officers for lying about the circumstances of the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald in 2014, in order to justify Officer Jason Van Dyke’s use of deadly force.
Chicago Police Foundation Paying For New Cops' Emergency First Aid KitsA local police foundation is trying to make emergency kits available to new police academy graduates, free of charge.
Bartender Helps Capture Two Teenage RobbersTwo teenagers robbed 10 people, Monday night in one hour’s time in Chicago’s River North.
Carjacker Tells Victim: 'Give Me The Keys Or I'll Blow Your Head Off'The incident happened over the weekend in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Gold Medal Winner Simone Manuel Inspires Young Chicago SwimmersCBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports how that victory has inspired so many here in Chicago.
Disappointment, Anger Persist Over Bud Billiken Parade RestrictionsParade organizers are trying to get a handle on the parade running time, but some young people are crestfallen they can't participate. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Two Officers Relieved Of Police Powers After Fatal ShootingPaul O’Neal, 18, was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where he died Thursday night after an encounter with police.
Sources: Axe Could Fall On Several Chicago Cops In Laquan McDonald CaseSources say Chicago Inspector General Joe Ferguson is wrapping up his investigation and could recommend as many as five patrolman, three detectives and a sergeant be suspended or lose their badges.