Only 12 Percent Of Child Sexual Abuse Is Reported; Why Is It So Difficult To Speak Up?CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli has been looking into why victims of child sexual abuse, in most cases, don't tell.
Lightfoot: 'There Are Things A Big City Mayor Can Do To Really Transform And Improve People's Lives'"I truly love this city. I see the greatness of it in every neighorhood, every corner of it. But we need to make sure that we are providing real opportunity. I just think there are things that a big city mayor can do to really transform and improve people's lives that no other elected official can do. And I really look forward to the opportunity."
Robbers Stealing Purses And Phones In Streeterville And Gold CoastChicago police are warning about a series of robberies in the Streeterville and Gold Coast neighborhoods this month.
Sound Bar Night Club Bouncer 'Thurmanator' Killed In Shooting After BrawlAt 6-foot-8 and more than 300 pounds, it was no wonder people called Thurman Bailey the "Thurmanator."
Lincoln Yards Developer Doubles Affordable Housing Commitment Ahead Of Zoning Committee VoteTwo days before the City Council Zoning Committee votes on the massive Lincoln Yards project on the North Side, developer Sterling Bay has agreed to double the number of affordable housing units it will build on-site.
Lake County Sheriff To Crack Down On Revoked Firearm LicensesThe Lake County Sheriff’s Office has announced plans to increase enforcement of Firearm Owners Identification card revocations.
More Than 2,000 Cases Of Child Sexual Abuse Reported In Chicago Every YearExperts say this epidemic is the most widespread health problem children face, as one in seven girls will be sexually abused before the age of 18.
With Monitor In Place, Consent Decree To Overhaul Chicago Police Department Takes EffectThe long-awaited consent decree governing sweeping changes at the Chicago Police Department goes into effect on Friday, as a federal judge is appointed a former federal prosecutor to oversee the reforms.
With Lightfoot And Preckwinkle In Historic Runoff, Chicago Set To Elect First Black Woman MayorAn historic mayoral election has led to an unprecedented runoff contest, with two black women vying to be the next mayor of Chicago.
Election Day Likely To Be Only Round One In Crowded Mayor's RaceThe polls are open, and Chicago voters are casting their ballots in the most crowded mayor’s race in modern history, a contest that’s all but certain to end with a runoff election in April.
Police Say Jussie Smollett Paid Two Men By Check To Stage Attack; 'This Publicity Stunt Was A Scar That Chicago Didn’t Earn'Accusing him of slapping the city in the face, Chicago police announced Thursday that "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett had been charged with concocting an attack in Streeterville, because "he was dissatisfied with his salary."