Lawsuit Seeks To Void Out Reverse Mortgages That Mark Diamond Is Accused Of Tricking Seniors Into SigningA man is suspected of stealing millions of dollars from vulnerable people in Chicago in a reverse mortgage scam.
Activists Say Looting Is Unacceptable, But Speaks To Greater Societal ProblemsTwo activists told CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot they in no way condone the looting overnight and into Monday afternoon. They say what we saw has to do with survival, on many levels.
'I Can't Believe We Survived,' Uber Driver Says After He Was Attacked By Large Group Of Teens Downtown“I can’t believe we survived” – those are the words of a terrified Uber driver who was caught in the middle of hundreds of teens getting pushed through the downtown area by Chicago Police.
More People Died From Fentanyl Overdoses Than Homicides In Cook County In 2019More people died from fentanyl overdoses in Cook County last year than from homicide.
ONLY ON 2: 13-Year-Old Girl Speaks Out After Being Shot, Wounded In LawndaleTwo children were shot in Chicago within a period of three days recently, and now everyone is wondering – how do we keep these stories from getting lost in the numbers?
Lyons Approves Gun Ordinance To Stop Straw PurchasesThe ordinance comes about three months after anti-violence activists filed a civil rights lawsuit demanding three suburbs do more to stop guns from reaching the streets of Chicago.
CeaseFire Shutting Down 2 Offices As City Funding Dries UpFormer CeaseFire director Tio Hardiman claimed, over the year the group received funding from the city, murders were down 100 percent in two police beats in Woodlawn.
Many Summer School Students Going Without A/CIt's hard to imagine, but some children are going to school without air conditioning during this heat wave. Parents with children in summer school at William Penn Elementary School were gathering Thursday morning to speak out against what they're calling "unbearable conditions" in the classrooms.