The woman who allegedly was attacked by a former suburban fire official went to him for help afterward, not knowing he was the one who broke into her home wearing a ski mask, and put a knife to her throat, prosecutors said Tuesday.
A 49-year-old Tinley Park man has been charged with home invasion and attempted murder after he allegedly broke into a woman’s condominium unit in the south suburb early Saturday and beat her while armed with a knife.
Five Indiana men accused of attacking an alleged white supremacist group at a Tinley Park restaurant in May pleaded guilty and were sentenced Friday.
Tinley Park-based Mack Cos. said it has sold nearly 200 single-family homes in the south and southwest suburbs to an Arizona-based real estate investment trust for $28 million.
Tinley Park firefighters saved two pit bulls that had inhaled smoke during a garage fire.
The mystery man who helped a teenager get a stalled car off railroad tracks in Tinley Park last week as a train was approaching says he’s not really a hero.
A 17-year old southwest suburban boy has every reason to count his blessings after a close call with a Metra train.
The past couple of nights have been busy ones for police in southwest suburban Tinley Park.
Tinley Park police have issued a warning after an 18-year-old woman was involved in a road rage incident.
A 47-year-old Tinley Park man is accused of a hate crime, after he allegedly attacked an African American man working on a house in his neighborhood on Sunday.
The occasion was a beauty school graduation, but the scene was less than beautiful this past weekend when a thrashing fight broke out.
A woman charged with animal cruelty and neglect goes on trial in Markham Monday.
The village of Tinley Park has reconsidered a possible full outdoor watering ban, after getting some rain overnight.
You can’t have a Fourth of July without fireworks. Fortunately, Navy Pier isn’t the only place to go to watch them. Many of the Chicago suburbs are also hosting their own displays, many accompanied by food fests and as they say, “fun for the whole family.” (Except that 13-year-old who thinks everything is uncool, including fireworks.)
Five Indiana men have been indicted for a mob attack that targeted an alleged white supremacist group at a Tinley Park restaurant last month.
He claimed to be a gas company meter reader, but cops said he’s a hustler who distracted a Tinley Park homeowner while accomplices stole tens of thousands of dollars of cash, jewelry and electronics.
A month ago, it was looking like game over for a Little League team in Hobart, Ind. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
Law enforcement sources say the victims’ group was made up of white supremacists, and those who assaulted them were protesters attacking their beliefs.
A law enforcement source Sunday said the group beaten at a Tinley Park restaurant Saturday was made up of white supremacists, and those who assaulted them were protesters attacking their beliefs.
Five men were in custody Saturday night after they allegedly entered a restaurant and began beating patrons gathered for a wedding with bats in southwest suburban Tinley Park.