After Uber Driver Is Shot And Left Brain Dead In Cicero Carjacking, Concerns For Rideshare Drivers' Safety Keep Growing More SeriousIt is getting harder for rideshare drivers to know if they are picking up a customer or being set up.
Uber Driver Near Death After Being Shot In Cicero; Juvenile Suspect In Custody“He’s a hard-working man, he has three young kids, and was just out trying to make a dollar,” Cicero Police Chief Jerry Chlada said. “By all accounts that we can tell, he’s just a hard-working guy.”
Extra-Alarm Fire Breaks Out In Cicero Home, Spreads To Building Next DoorA fire broke out Tuesday afternoon at a house in west suburban Cicero.
CTA Blue Line Service Resumes After Man Falls Onto Tracks At CiceroCTA Blue Line service has been temporarily suspended between Pulaski and Forest Park after a man fell on the the tracks Tuesday. 
Carjacking Crew Accused Of At Least 21 Carjackings And Robberies; Two Still On The RunPolice are searching for a specific car in the race to stop a violent carjacking crew from striking again.
MISSING: Liliana Rodriguez, 14, Last Seen In Cicero HomeCicero Police are asking for help from the public in finding a girl last seen in her Cicero home on Friday.
Concepcion Malinek Of Cicero Gets 6 1/2 Years In Prison For Keeping Dozens Of Undocumented Immigrants In Her Basement, Forcing Them To WorkA Cicero woman who admitted to trafficking undocumented immigrants from Guatemala, and holding them in her basement, was sentenced Monday to six and a half years in prison.
No One Has Been Vaccinated At City View Nursing Home In Cicero, Which Has Had Serious Trouble With COVID BeforeNo one has been vaccinated for coronavirus at the City View Multi-Care Center in Cicero, and it is a place that has made headlines for COVID trouble before.
More Cicero Families Come Forward As They Wait For Answers In Cold Case MurdersCBS 2’s Lauren Victory digs into the suburb's murder clearance rate.
Cicero Paramedics, Retired Firefighter Sued Over Photo Of Dying Man Shot During Civil UnrestA woman whose brother was fatally shot during last summer’s unrest in suburban Chicago filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday alleging that two paramedics allowed a photo to be taken of the dying man, and that a retired fire department lieutenant posted it on Facebook along with a disparaging caption.
'He's Truly A Hero': Off-Duty Cicero Firefighter Rescues Two Men From Burning Building In LyonsCicero Fire Department Lt. Brian Kulaga said he was out running errands in Lyons on Friday afternoon, when he spotted a fire in the second floor apartments above Waterworks Tavern at 7815 Ogden Ave.