Family Of Man Who Died In Police Custody Sues CityThe family of a 24-year-old man who died last year in police custody has filed a lawsuit against the city to get his arrest video released.
In Viral Video, Young Woman Gives Man Who Raised Her The Ultimate Gift: Adoption PapersUnderstandably, the gift brought him to tears.
Lawyer Seeking Video Of Death In Police Custody Accuses Mayor Of 'Empty Promise'Two weeks after Mayor Rahm Emanuel embraced a new policy calling for the release of audio and video of police-involved shootings and other serious incidents within 60 days, an attorney is slamming City Hall for withholding video connected to a man’s death in police custody last summer in Brighton Park.
Video Shows Off The Beauty Of Chicago's WintersSoak in the spring-like temperatures while you can, Chicago, winter will return.
Nanny Fends Off Attack In Bucktown GarageThe daytime incident was recorded on surveillance cameras, CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Another Police-Shooting Video Surfaces; What It Shows Is In DisputeThe surveillance images show at least some aspects of the June 2015 police shooting of suspect Alfontish Cockerham, who later died.
WATCH: Wake And TailgateGet tips for your mid-morning tailgate from Joey Campanaro, chef at Market Table in NYC.
Fox Lake Suspends Detective, Two Officers In Wake Of Detainee BeatingVideo of the misconduct was expected to be released Friday.
Sheriff's Officer Tried To Comfort Laquan McDonald As Teen Lay Dying: OfficialsSheriff's Officer Adam Murphy was on routine patrol when he came upon the aftermath of the Laquan McDonald shooting 14 months ago.
Chicago Police Superintendent: Treatment Of Detainee Who Died In 2012 Is Under InvestigationPolice claimed Philip Coleman was acting combative behind bars before they used a TASER. CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.
Officers' Accounts Don’t Match Up With Laquan McDonald VideoOne report states that the black teen was “swinging the knife in an aggressive, exaggerated manner," in contradiction to dash-cam video released last week.
Laquan McDonald's Classmates Have Watched His Videotaped Death, TooWhat do they think? CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker talks with school peers of the 17-year-old African-American teen, who died by police gunfire last year.