Chicago Weather: More Heavy Rain Soaks Chicago Area As Second Round Of Strong Storms Dump Several InchesRain has cleared out of the Chicago area, but not before soaking the city and suburbs following back-to-back nights of storms.
Family Says Neighbor Brutally Beat Their Dog, Should Face ChargesA South Haven family is demanding their neighbor face charges after they say he beat their dog, causing it to lose an eye.
Judge Names Former U.S. Attorney Dan Webb As Special Prosecutor In Jussie Smollett CaseJudge Michael Toomin announced Webb's appointment as special prosecutor at a hearing Friday morning at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse.
Two Women Robbed At Gunpoint On Magnificent MileTwo women were robbed at gunpoint outside the InterContinental Hotel on the Magnificent Mile early Thursday morning.
Police Chase Ends When Stolen Car Crashes In RiverdaleA high-speed pursuit of a stolen car ended with a crash in south suburban Riverdale overnight. Along the way, there were reports of shots being fired from the stolen vehicle.
16-Year-Old Boy Shot And Killed In Chicago LawnA 16-year-old boy was found dead of a gunshot wound late Monday night in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood.
'Banda' Banned In Illinois After Chaotic Markham Event"Get it together. It's crazy. I'm shocked to know they didn't have permits,"
Up In Arms About A Suburban High School's Dress Code"I don't think it's my problem if someone is looking at me. I think it's a bigger distraction to make a bigger deal about it."
Markham Music Fest Shut Down Over Lack Of Permits; Will Concertgoers Get Refunds?Conditions descended into chaos at a live music rodeo in the south suburbs recently – with many expressing their frustration after police suddenly shut down the even because the owner did not have permits.
Cook County Sheriff's Police Officer Charged With Reckless Homicide In Crash That Killed TwoCook County Sheriff's Police Officer Thomas M. Nortman has been charged in a September 2018 crash that killed two women in Niles.
Family Furious After COPA Rules Sergeant Was Justified In Shooting That Killed Englewood TeenThe Civilian Office of Police Accountability has found the sergeant’s actions justified in a Nov. 23, 2016 shooting that killed Kajuan Raye. But as CBS 2’s Cesar Rodriguez reported Friday, questions remain about where and when a weapon was recovered.
Teen Demands Better CTA Security After Violent Robbery On Pink LineA teen was recovering Thursday after a robbery on a Chicago Transit Authority train turned violent.
CPD: Arson Is The Cause Of Monday's West Side FireFive adults and one child were taken to the hospital after the fire swept through the three-story building. The blaze started around 5:30 Monday morning at the corner of Congress and Laramie.
4 Girls Charged In Beating Of Special Needs Girl Caught On Video; Girl's Father Speaks Out“It broke my heart to see this group of young people turn on her and escalate it into what we saw, a physical assault," Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said.
No Signs Of Expected Immigration Crackdown, But Tension Remains In Latino CommunityAdvocates have been spending weeks informing undocumented immigrants of their rights, if ICE agents show up at their homes.