Metra Employee Attacked By PassengerPalos Park police responded to a call for help when a passenger attacked a Metra employee Monday, police say. 
Palos Park Police Warn Residents Of Recurring 'Grandparent Scam'Palos Park police are warning residents of a recurring "grandparent scam" that has targeted several elderly residents in the past week.
Smash-And-Grab Robbers Steal Donation Jar, Cigarettes From Palos Park Gas StationFollowing the robbery, which lasted only two minutes, the suspects drove off in a blue, four-door Pontiac Grand Prix, police said.
Palos Park Police Officer To Live Stream Responses To 911 CallsA southwest suburban police department will be trying something novel: streaming the police responses of one officer live on Facebook.
Police Warn Of Rash Of Burglaries Targeting Unlocked CarsA string of car burglaries in the southwest suburbs prompted one police chief to urge motorists to take a simple precaution: lock your doors
One Police Department Rolls Out Friendly Initiative: 'Stop And Shake'As in, shake hands with the public to improve community relations. WBBM's Andy Dahn reports.
1 Killed, 3 Injured In Separate Head-On Crashes In Palos ParkAround 9 p.m., a 55-year-old woman was killed when two vehicles collided on 123rd Street between Wolf and Will Cook roads.
Woman, 70, Fatally Struck By Vehicle In Palos Park A 70-year-old woman died Saturday evening after she was struck by a vehicle in southwest suburban Palos Park.
Accomplices In Robbery Charged With MurderA Palos Park homeowner shot and killed a 19-year-old Indiana man during a home invasion Tuesday night, and now the teenager's alleged accomplices are being held responsible for his murder.
Homeowner Shoots Two Suspected Burglars Two people who broke into a south suburban home Tuesday night were shot by the homeowner, leaving one of the suspected burglars dead and the other wounded.
Suburban Police Officer Will Live-Tweet The Overnight ShiftPalos Park Police Chief Joe Miller says the "virtual ride-along" could be exciting, or rather routine. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports.