ComEd Outage Burns Up Suburban Resident Who Can't Use His Air Conditioner"I kind of thought ComEd would reach out in a reasonable amount of time. That didn't happen."
Daughter Of Carjacking Victim: 'She's Traumatized, Doesn't Even Want To Come To Her Job'It was the middle of the afternoon on Thursday when Chicago police said a man on a bicycle attacked a nurse in the parking lot. Even though he had a gun, she fought back.
Suspect Held Without Bond In Shooting Of CPD OfficerPetronella's family told CBS 2 she feared someone was breaking in to her home.  A friend who wanted to remain anonymous said they've had a break-in there before.
Report: CPD Supervisor Made Officers Chauffeur, Babysit His ChildIn one case, an officer had to hang up on a domestic violence call in order to care for his supervisor's child.
Workers Recover After Water Plant ExplosionFire officials said the worker was using a blowtorch to open a sludge tank at the water reclamation plant Thursday when something sparked an enormous tank of methane gas.
Shooting Has Residents Hiding Their Children"It's time for the police to walk the street like they used to."
Questions Remain After Helicopter CrashPreliminary results are expected within one to two weeks.
Police Apprehend Suspected Dixon High School ShooterSchool officials, students, parents and police applaud the officer's quick action.
Do Know Your Chicago Landmarks? Windy City Gets A 'B' In Recent SurveyChicago was tied with Boston for 3rd place in a study of 10 major cities, when it comes to how well people know their hometown’s iconic landmarks.
Lakefront Winds Curl Lakeshore WavesIn Winnetka, high winds equalled high waves that swelled over barrier walls and flooded parking lots.
Police And Firefighter Layoffs In HarveyThe layoffs this week of 18 firefighters and 13 police officers came after a court ordered pension payment Harvey can't afford to make.