Was the vandalism of 51 floats for the Gay Pride Parade this past weekend a hate crime?
Vandals who slashed the tires of 51 parade floats overnight couldn’t put a stop to the 42nd Annual Pride Parade on Sunday along Halsted Street on the North Side.
A brick-wielding suspect in an SUV apparently went on a vandalism spree in north suburban Evanston over the weekend.
Three Orland Park men chargee with vandalizing Toyotas at the Chicago Auto Show allegedly told police they were angry about jobs going overseas.
Judge castigates Mariusz Wdziekonski, 24, for his hatred and wanting to inflict pain.
Vandals did extensive – though not permanent – damage to Wheeler High School near Valparaiso around midnight Sunday, closing the high school for the day.
An admitted neo-Nazi was convicted Friday of desecrating nearly 70 Jewish graves with swastikas and other anti-Semitic graffiti in 2008.
For the fourth time this month, vandals have broken the windows at the offices of a Chicago politician. This time, the victim was State Rep. and Cook County Commissioner-elect John A. Fritchey.
For the second time this week, candidates running for alderman in Chicago’s 46th Ward woke up to find smashed windows at their campaign offices.
On the North Side of Chicago during the past two days, bricks have been thrown through the windows of some political and governmental offices. CBS 2′s Dana Kozlov reports.
omeone vandalized a Chicago cemetery over the weekend, tipping over several grave markers and monuments and pulling up several flags placed at the grave sites of veterans.
Three youths have been charged with vandalizing two northwest suburban cemeteries, after allegedly knocking over dozens of headstones over the Halloween weekend.
First, dozens of headstones were vandalized. Then, dozens of cars were smashed up in driveways all across McHenry. CBS 2′s Vince Gerasole reports.
Cook County Commissioner Tony Peraica was arrested Saturday night on misdemeanor vandalism charges in west suburban McCook.