Bill Murray Defends Hoffman Over Harassment AllegationsMurray was interviewing his former agent, Michael Ovitz, whose memoir has just been published. Murray and Hoffman were Ovitz clients when they worked together in the 1982 film "Tootsie."
Urban Meyer Placed On Leave, OSU Investigates Allegations Against Ex-AssistantMeyer said he was aware of an incident involving Zach and Courtney Smith in 2009, while they were still married.
Cook Co. Clerk Dorothy Brown Facing Questions About KickbacksFor five years, the feds have been investigating allegations that Cook County Court Clerk Dorothy Brown sold jobs in exchange for donations.
Friends Say Whitney Houston Was Molested By CousinThe allegations were made in the documentary "Whitney," which was made with the cooperation of Houston's family.
Ravinia Music Festival Cuts Ties With Conductor James LevineThe Ravinia Festival has cut all ties with famed conductor James Levine amid the allegations of sexual abuse that prompted the Metropolitan Opera to suspend him.
Teacher Resigns Amid ‘Gross Misconduct’ Allegations At Charter SchoolPolice said Friday the investigation is ongoing and no charges have been filed.
Police Investigation Sexual Abuse Allegations Of Former Evanston Township High School TeacherEvanston Police are investigating new allegations of sexual abuse by a former high school teacher.
Blackhawks Fans Crowd United Center, Even With Cloud Over Patrick KaneCBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez reports big crowds turned out for the annual training camp festival.
Priest Returns To Lakeview Church After Police Find Abuse Allegations UnsupportedFather Michael O'Connell returned to face his parishioners at St. Alphonsus in Lakeview. They gave him a standing ovation, CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.
Rutherford: Rauner Behind False Allegations Made By EmployeeThe Republican Race for governor took a bizarre turn Friday, as Illinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford claimed his rival, billionaire Bruce Rauner, was behind an attorney's demand for $300,000 to keep a treasurer employee's allegations quiet.
Chicago FOP President Suspended, Called 'A Dictator'The Illinois FOP has suspended the president of the union representing Chicago Police officers — and prohibited Mike Shields from negotiating with the city — after accusing him of violating his oath and branding him a “dictator,” the Sun-Times is reporting.
FOP President's Contract Allegations Spur Calls For ResignationThe intramural fight in the FOP comes in the context of the start of campaigning for union officer elections in March.