Recreational Marijuana To Be Legal In IllinoisState representatives voted 66 to 47 in favor of legalization, two days after the senate passed the bill. It goes into effect January 1. But there will still be restrictions.
Activist Calls Van Dyke Sentence 'A Slap In The Face'"Frankly, he walked in there today expecting to do another 15 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections. They found out now he's going to do three years. It's a pretty good day for the Van Dyke family."
Country Club Hills Police Shoot Suspect Who Hit Officer With CarCountry Club Hills police shot a driver who allegedly hit an officer with his car Thursday night outside a bank, after an apparent ATM robbery.
Alleged Cicero Cop Shooter Charged With Attempted Murder, Denied BailThe judge called Daniel Mageo a real and present threat to witnesses and the community and denied bail.
Naperville Firefighter Rescues Man Who Drove Into Pond"The car submerged and he sank like a rock."
Better Days Ahead For Woman Who Suffered Brain AneurysmShe was a marathon runner and TV reporter in Green Bay when she developed a heart infection.
Doctors Warn Plastic Surgery Apps Can Lead To Anxiety, Depression In Teens"They're telling kids that you need to change yourself and you need to use plastic surgery in order to achieve these goals."
Officer Rialmo Closer To TerminationThe hearing comes more than two years after Officer Rialmo killed Bettie Jones and Quintonio LeGrier during a domestic call.
Board To Rule On Whether Rialmo Stays With CPD"I'm hoping someone has some morals and principles and makes the right decision."
Chicago Reacts To Air Strikes In Syria24 hours after 105 U.S. missiles hit Syrian chemical weapons facilities, protesters in Chicago were slamming the strikes.
Police Shoot Senior In Cedar LakeDeputy Chief Brittingham says the man did not put his gun down. That's when an officer shot him.
Sears Shuts Down Six Corners ShopSears has been at the apex of Milwaukee, Cicero and Irving Park Roads for 80 years.
New Video Surfaces From Bus Shelter CrashThat video is now part of an ongoing police investigation.
Trying To Curb More Facebook FalloutThis week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg conceded all of those public profiles have likely been accessed by outside sources.
Mom Of Bullied Teen Says School Didn't Help"I pray going forward that they would take these matters more seriously."