Markham Mayor Up For Reelection A Day After He Reported Campaign Signs Were Defaced And Thrown AwayPolls are open until 7:00 Tuesday night for municipal elections in the suburbs.
Markham Mayor Says His Reelection Campaign Signs Were Defaced And Thrown Away, Pile Of Feces Was Found In Front Of Campaign Office DoorA pile of poop – believed to be human feces – was spotted steps from the front door of Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa’s campaign offices, the city said.
20 School Buses Vandalized In North AuroraTwenty school buses were vandalized over the weekend in North Aurora.
Ald. Lopez On Vandalism At Ward Office He Says Comes From Gang Members 'This Is A War, A Battle We're In'"What this tells me is that the gangs are struggling to maintain their grip on this neighborhood."
Mentor Steps In For Boy Who Was Caught Vandalizing Seniors' Building And Was Sent Back By His Mom To ApologizeCBS 2 this week told you the story of young boys vandalizing a senior home in West Pullman, and how a mother of one of the young boys forced him to fess up. On Wednesday, CBS 2’s Marissa Parra followed up on how a local mentor is stepping up now too.
After Seeing 10-Year-Old Son On News Vandalizing West Pullman Seniors' Building, Mom Brings Him Right Back To Apologize And Learn A LessonVideo we showed Monday night at 10 p.m. showed children 10 and younger vandalizing a building for seniors in the West Pullman neighborhood and leaving them terrorized. It turns out a mother was watching in disbelief.
Seniors Left Terrorized After Children, Apparently Younger Than 10, Vandalize West Pullman BuildingChildren were caught on camera vandalizing a building for seniors in the West Pullman neighborhood, leaving them terrorized.
Edison Park Neighbors Hope Third Time's The Charm For Community Art Project Twice Defaced By VandalsFamilies in Edison Park say vandals ruined their children's community art projects not once, but twice this year. The budding artists told CBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas, they're not giving up on efforts to beautify the neighborhood.
Man Charged With Targeting Naperville Restaurant With Explosive Device During June LootingA 24-year-old man has been arrested on federal charges for trying to damage a Naperville restaurant with an explosive device during widespread looting in June.
Chicago Business Owners Get Ready For Weekend Protests: 'I'm Nervous'"There are great people in Chicago, not only looters," Cha said. "We have good people in Chicago."
Vandals Smash Up Sarpino's Pizzeria In South LoopSome more instances of looting and break-ins were reported on Monday night, a night after widespread looting and chaos in and around downtown Chicago.
Ald. Raymond Lopez Reports Third Attack In Month; Brick Thrown Through Office WindowIn the past month, his office and home have been attacked, and he claims gangs are trying to intimidate him.
Ald. Raymond Lopez Reports Second Incident Of Vandalism In Two Weeks; Mayor Lori Lightfoot Says 'We’re Not Going To Tolerate Anyone Attacking Elected Officials'Chicago Alderman Raymond Lopez reported a second incident of vandalism in two weeks.
Black Lives Matter Signs Slashed At Two Oak Park ChurchesVandals targeted Black Lives Matter signs at two Oak Park churches this weekend.
Naperville Business Owners Clean Up After Violence And LootingNaperville is cleaning up and boarding up after protests Monday night turned violent, including an explosive device being thrown at police.