Judge Allows Cameras In Court For Jussie Smollett's Next HearingCameras will be allowed in the courtroom when a trial judge is assigned to "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett's case on disorderly conduct charges, but ultimately it will be up to the trial judge to decide on the rules for media coverage of future hearings.
Should Book Choices Be Private? Harold Washington Library Patron Calls For ChangeA Chicago woman is accusing the Harold Washington Library of failing to protect the privacy of its patrons—and the library is responding tonight.
Principal Under Fire For Two Fireworks Incidents In School"If the punishment is not severe enough, I believe these things are going to continue to happen."
Past Reports Of Domestic Violence Surface In the Case Of Merrillville Man Allegedly Killed By GirlfriendA woman from Merrillville, Indiana has been charged with murder after originally telling police she "watched the love of her life commit suicide," and her family is reacting tonight.
Women Find Video Camera In Their Michigan Avenue Hotel Room; 'It Just Makes You Feel Gross'A group of young women visiting from Milwaukee found a small video camera in their hotel room on Michigan Avenue on Sunday.
Hinsdale South Teen Missing For 10 Days Found SafeA 15-year-old from DuPage County has been missing for more than a week, and police say she may be in danger. 
Alligator In Lake Michigan Surprises Kayaker: 'I Didn't Think It Was Real'A kayaker out fishing for salmon on Lake Michigan Monday found something much larger than he anticipated--a four-foot long American alligator. 
Obama Center May Take Over Kids' Field Of Dreams"There's a lot of activity at this field and we need that field to be up and running."
2 Teens Fatally Shot In Double Homicide Near Guaranteed Rate FieldChicago police say two people have been shot near 35th and the Dan Ryan Expressway. 
Father, Son Shot To Death In Riverdale"For them to do something like this you have to have no heart, no heart at all."
Residents Complain About Dangerous North Side IntersectionResidents in one north side neighborhood have seen an increase in accidents, claiming it is only a matter of time before someone is seriously injured.