Sources: Serial Bank Robbery Suspect In CustodyA serial bank robbery suspect was in custody and being questioned Friday, sources told CBS 2’s Brad Edwards.
Chicago-Area Man Sentenced To 25 Years In Child Porn CaseA federal judge in Chicago has sentenced a 32-year-old suburban man to 25 years in prison for distributing sexually explicit images and videos of children.
Skokie Woman Accused Of Posing As A Landlord In Apartment Rental ScamA Skokie woman is accused of posing as a landlord and obtaining money for rent, according to the Skokie Police Department.
3-Vehicle Crash On Edens Expressway Leaves 1 Dead, Northbound Lanes ClosedThree vehicles were involved in a fatal crash near Skokie on the Edens Expressway early Sunday.
Mario Banks Of Evanston Indicted On Federal Robbery, Gun ChargesA federal grand jury indicted an Evanston man on robbery and firearm charges in connection with three violent gas station heists, including the same station twice, in the north suburbs.
Hundreds Race Against Hate In Memory Of Northwestern Basketball Coach Ricky ByrdsongOn Saturday, hundreds ran in memory of the former Northwestern basketball coach at Evanston's annual Race Against Hate.
Mosquitoes In Skokie, Wilmette Test Positive For West Nile VirusMosquitoes in Skokie and Wilmette tested positive for West Nile Virus.
LOCATED: David Montes, 19, Of SkokieA 19-year-old man who had been reported missing from Skokie has been found safe in Orland Park.
Zion Man Charged With DUI For Fatally Striking Man On Edens ExpresswayA Zion man has been charged with driving under the influence for fatally striking a man on Edens Expressway Friday.
Synagogues Take Caution As Passover Approaches Amid Measles OutbreakAs Passover approaches, some synagogues will be putting signs up on doors warning unvaccinated congregants.
Man, 22, Fatally Shot In SkokieA man was fatally shot in a residential area in north suburban Skokie Monday night, according to police.
71-Year Prison Sentence Handed To Evanston Man Convicted Of 2012 Murder A 71-year prison sentence has been handed a suburban Chicago man convicted of killing a 14-year-old boy in 2012.
Why City Emissions Testing Centers Have DisappearedIllinois requires vehicles more than four years old to pass an emissions test, but why does the largest city in Illinois lack an emissions testing facility?
Holocaust Museum Opens Its First Slavery Exhibit 'Purchased Lives'"It helps the visitor understand that this is not a southern issue. Its ramifications were felt throughout the country and are still evident today."
Longtime Illinois State Rep. Lou Lang Resigns, Joins Lobbying GroupMonths after a state watchdog cleared him of sexual harassment allegations that prompted him to give up a leadership position in the Illinois House, state Rep. Lou Lang has resigned from the legislature to take a job with a lobbying and consulting firm.