Judge Delays Ruling On Deal That May Allow Sterigenics To Reopen; Court To Allow More Public InputA DuPage County judge on Wednesday delayed ruling on an agreement that might allow Sterigenics to reopen its medical sterilization plant in WIllowbrook, to allow more time for public comment on the deal.
Another Family Sues Chicago Police For Raiding The Wrong Home 3 Times In 4 Months, Pointing Guns At ChildrenA federal civil rights lawsuit has been filed on behalf of a family who said Chicago Police officers raided the wrong home three times this year and pointed guns at children.
Boat Seller Says Cal Side Marina Holding Boat Hostage In Dispute Over Engine Repairs; 'They're Crooks'Candice Burns tried to sell her boat at Cal Side Marina last year, but she said the marina is now holding it hostage, after claiming she owes thousands of dollars more than she agreed to pay to fix its engine.
Chicago Police Raid Another Wrong Home; Suspect They Were Seeking Was 200 Miles AwayBody camera footage and interviews with families revealed allegations of the mistreatment of children, including officers pointing guns at them.
Months After Buying Boat, Woman Still Waiting For Cal Side Marina To Get It Off Dry LandCrystal Taylor paid thousands of dollars for the boat, and even named it. Instead of floating at a dock in the Little Calumet River, it’s sitting on dry land at the Cal Side Marina where she bought it in December.
Sterigenics Reaches Deal That May Allow Company To ReopenWillowbrook-based Sterigenics has reached an agreement that may allow the medical sterilization company to fully reopen. 
Three Years After Buying Vacant Pullman Homes With Promise Of Quick Rehabs, Developer Hasn't Started WorkA plan to preserve and restore a historic block of homes in Pullman has turned into years of eyesores for neighbors.
Parents Whose Children Died Of Drug Overdoses Demand Dealers Be Prosecuted For Drug-Induced HomicideTheresa Almanza’s stepdaughter was among 2,600 people in Cook County who have died of drug overdoses since 2015.
Cook County Property Tax Bills: Where Does Your Money Go?Every year when Cook County property tax bills come out, property owners are shocked by increases they cannot understand.
Evanston Official Defends Change In Parking Fines; 'The City Does Not Look At Ticket Revenue As A Source Of Revenue'Evanston increased fines for street cleaning parking violations from $40 to $75, but eliminated a $200 towing charge that went to towing companies. Drivers now pay less for violations, but all the money goes to the city.
Evanston Resident Wants Larger Print On Street Cleaning Signs; 'It's Impossible To Read At Any Distance'Armed with a tape measure, an Evanston resident is working to prove his point about street signs being too small to read, and with the help of CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker he is finally getting the attention of city leaders.