Police, Feds Investigating 'Similar Pattern' Of Unsubstantiated Bomb Threats NationwideAuthorities are investigating a "similar pattern" of bomb threats being made through email Thursday across the Chicago area and nationwide.
No Bond For Man Charged With Making O’Hare Bomb ThreatOtis Evans, 34, faces one felony count of disorderly conduct for making a false bomb threat, according to Chicago Police.
President Trump Condemns Anti-Semitic Threats, Chicago Jewish Community Still ConcernedFollowing calls for a stronger White House response, President Donald Trump condemned Tuesday a wave of Anti-Semitic threats in the U.S.
Bond Hearing Set For Chicago Man Charged With SIU ThreatsA Chicago man accused of mailing threats of beheadings, bombings and other violence to Southern Illinois University's Carbondale campus soon will learn if he can be released on bond.
Carpentersville Man Pleads Guilty To Bomb Threats At Kane County CourthouseA 22-year old man who made false bomb threats at a courthouse last year, is going to prison for a while, reports WBBM's Bernie Tafoya.
Teens Arrested For School Bomb Threats Made On TwitterTwo teenagers who used Twitter to threaten to blow up their southwest suburban high schools in unrelated incidents this week have been charged with making bomb threats, police said.
McMahon: 'Super Bowl Week Wasn't A Good Time For Me'It should have been the crowning career moment for former Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon when he helped his team win the Super Bowl. Instead, McMahon, in a sit-down interview with CBS 2's Dave Savini, says the experience was a nightmare.
Former WIU Student Pleads Guilty To Bomb ThreatsA former Western Illinois University student faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to making bomb threats at the school last year.
Northbrook Teen Charged With Bomb ThreatsAn 18-year-old Northbrook student was due in court Thursday, charged with threatening to bomb Glenbrook North and Glenbrook South high schools.
Reward Offered To Solve WIU Bomb ThreatsOfficials at Western Illinois University hope some cash will help catch whoever is behind a half dozen bomb threats in recent weeks.