Chicago Family Sues CPD After Vehicle Rolls Over Young Girl; 'Where Was The Help?'"Every time I see it, it breaks me down because I don't believe that this is my baby actually getting run over."
3 Teens Escape By Breaking Metal Plate On Police Wagon Door Outside Juvenile Center, Sources SayOnly one of the four young shoplifters picked up at a clothing store Monday afternoon actually made it to the Juvenile Intervention and Support Center in Brighton Park.
CBS 2 Investigation: Birth And Death Certificates Being Processed After COVID-19 Shutdown"It's been almost three months. That's a long time to figure this out."
Teen Shot In The Arm After Her Graduation Parade In Auburn GreshamTeyonna Lofton should be preparing for her virtual high school graduation Wednesday. Instead she is nursing a bullet wound to her arm. 
Lightfoot Demands Police Reforms Including Licensing After Officers Seen Lounging In Rep. Rush's Office During UnrestLightfoot is using the incident as a platform, calling for police officers across the state to be licensed.
Victims Of Identity Theft Also Targeted In IDES FraudAn IDES spokesperson said there are some things they do to try to stop it, including cross matching claimant information against wage records reported by employers, using new hire reports and tax returns.
Surge In FOID Card Applications After Recent Violence Leads To BacklogApplications peaked at 4,916 on June 2 -- more than the previous eight days combined. 
CBS 2 Investigators: Employed People Getting Hit With IDES Scam To Divulge Bank InformationThey'll ask you to wire the money to an account or buy gift cards and send them the pin number.
High Speed Chase Victim Remembered By Family: 'I Want My Mom Back'"Now seeing the video of how it all happened, I have questions for that cop."
Chicago Promises $10 Million In Help For Looted Businesses; Community Members Concerned About AllocationThe City said grants will be made available on an emergency basis by the Department of Planning and Development. Many business owners and community members are eager to find out if they will qualify.
Naperville Business Owners Clean Up After Violence And LootingNaperville is cleaning up and boarding up after protests Monday night turned violent, including an explosive device being thrown at police.