Indiana Official Clarifies Voter Registration Fraud ProbeAfter initially warning of potential widespread voting fraud, Indiana's secretary of state has acknowledged that many of the thousands of altered registration records she flagged might just be residents rushing to correct their names or birth dates ahead of the election.
Indiana Official: Altered Voter Registrations Raise ConcernsThousands of voter registrations were altered, raising concerns about possible fraud, says Indiana's chief elections official, whose office warned voters to check whether their information is correct online and encouraged voting early to avoid problems on Election Day.
Police Investigate After More Body Parts Found In McKinley Park LagoonPolice are investigating two separate cases after a severed head and multiple bags of body parts were found near the McKinley Park lagoon.
Possible Camera Found In Restroom At Near North Side SchoolIn a letter to parents, Ogden International School principal Michael Beyer said a plastic camera-type device was found in one of the faculty bathrooms at the Walton Street campus.
Former Chicago Police Commander Glen Evans Speaks Out About LawsuitFormer Chicago Police Commander, Glen Evans spoke publicly on Thursday for the first time about his lawsuit against the city.
Cop Who Approved Laquan McDonald Report RetiresA top Chicago Police deputy who signed off on the investigation that cleared Officer Jason Van Dyke of any wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald has retired.
Police Investigate Possible Theft Of Funds At Kendall County Food PantryYorkville police said volunteers at the Kendall County Food Pantry came forward about suspicious transactions and possible misuse of funds.
Lawmaker Seeks State Probe Of Primary Election Glitches In McHenry CountyRep. David McSweeney (R-Barrington Hills) sent an email to the Illinois State Board of Elections and Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan, asking them to look into technical problems that prompted officials to keep McHenry County polling places open for an extra 90 minutes on Tuesday.
McHenry County Board Member Sees "Vendetta" Behind Pension ProbeMcHenry County Board members put the head of a municipal pension fund on the hot seat Thursday night, after he had warned they could lose their pensions if they qualify for them.
Pension Fund Investigating McHenry County Board MembersThe pension fund for municipal workers in Illinois has launched an investigation into whether McHenry County board members are qualified to receive the pension benefits for which they have enrolled.
State Investigation Targets Lincoln Towing; License Could Be RevokedState regulators have opened an investigation of Lincoln Towing to determine if the company should be allowed to continue operating after multiple complaints about illegal towing and other improper practices.
Police Investigate Video Of Child Apparently Smoking PotChicago police have launched an investigation of a video that appears to show a child of about 4 or 5 smoking marijuana.
DNA Tests Confirm Remains Found In Garfield Park Lagoon Not Missing Gary BoyDNA tests on the remains of a toddler found last month in the Garfield Park Lagoon have not yet led to an identity, but they have ruled out one possibility.
Police Investigate Possibility Of Tainted Heroin After Spike In OverdosesThe Chicago Fire Department said paramedics saw heroin overdoses skyrocket this week. In a span of 24 hours, at least 23 people overdosed on heroin on the West Side. So far, one of those victims has died.
Slain Fox Lake Police Officer Was Shot With His Own WeaponLake County Major Crimes Task Force Cmdr. George Filenko said Fox Lake Police Lt. Joe Gliniewicz was shot twice with his own weapon -- once on the right front side of his protective vest, and once in the upper chest. However, Filenko said gunshot residue tests were inconclusive in determining whether Gliniewicz fired the weapon.