Parent Of Suicidal Student Says CPS Isn't Doing Enough To Stop BullyingA seventh grader bullied so badly, she thought about suicide. Her mother said CPS isn't taking her cries for help seriously.
Expressway Shootings Take A Toll On Illinois TaxpayersExpressway shootings are common in Chicago, with more than a dozen reported so far this year—the latest on Sunday night.
How Reliable Are Payment Apps Like Venmo, Zelle and Cash App?Payment apps like Venmo and Zelle offer a way to send and receive money at the click of a button, but how reliable are they?
Stepmother Goes After Drug Dealers Who Sold Ecstasy That Killed Her Teenage DaughterIllinois’ 1989 drug-induced homicide law is rarely enforced in Chicago, but prosecutors in McHenry County use it often to prosecute drug dealers.
Scam Targets Low-Income Energy CustomersA scam letter targeting low-income energy customers is popping up in thousands of mailboxes across the Chicago area.
Highway Shootings Prompt New Bill That Aims To Address Surveillance Shortage On Illinois HighwaysChicago police credit surveillance cameras for the swift arrests made in last weekend’s murder of Chicago police officer John Rivera, but Illinois State Police lack access to the same resources when investigating shootings.
Northwestern Student Helped Sew More Than 12,000 Pillows For Babies With Heart ConditionsThere is no arguing that Sarah Dynia has touched a lot of hearts.
Go Bananas In Norridge Tightens Security After Violent Fight VideoIt's been about six months since social media exploded with a video of a violent fight that broke out during a children's party at Norridge indoor amusement center, Go Bananas.
Chicago Students Pitch In To Raise Money For Cancer PatientsStudents at Lloyd Bond Elementary band together each February to raise money for their peers with cancer.