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This very good girl was sworn into an Illinois state’s attorney’s office to provide support for sexual assault victims
Hatty, a 2-year-old black Labrador retriever, was brought into the Cook County State's Attorney's Office in Chicago to work as a comfort dog.
A 9-year-old has been charged with murder after a house fire killed five of his relatives. Juvenile justice advocates say the charge is ‘unusual...
A 9-year-old boy was arraigned on murder and arson charges on Monday, in a connection to a fire in his mother's mobile home in Goodfield, Illinois.
Authorities declined to identify the child, but the Woodford County coroner found the fire at the Timberline trailer park on April 6 was deliberate.
A car crashed through a Sears in Woodfield Mall outside Chicago and kept driving, injuring at least 2 shoppers
A black SUV appears to have driven through a Sears into the Woodfield Mall outside Chicago, with police stating at least 2 people were injured.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez looks to repeat her own insurgent victory by endorsing progressive Democratic challenger in Illinois
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez just endorsed her first primary challenger to a sitting House Democrat.
‘I try to think back, and I can’t’: Illinois teen loses memory every 2 hours after traumatic head injury
Riley Horner was accidentally kicked in the head on June 11, inducing seizures and memory loss. Months later, she believes it is still June 11.
A nurse was sentenced to 12 years in prison for paying $12,000 in bitcoin to have her former lover’s wife killed through a website that ended up...
Cops were tipped off to Tina Jones' plan thanks to journalists reporting on a story about the dark web for CBS News' "48 Hours."
Female jail workers and lawyers in Chicago allege inmates made a game of ‘masturbation attacks’, and they’re suing
The women allege that a prison gang orchestrated attacks on women, turning it into a game where higher points were awarded for prominent targets.
The video, uploaded last December, shows 91-year-old Margaret Collins waving away a hospital gown as the employees tossed it on top of her.
Wealthy parents are giving up custody of their children to get need-based financial aid from colleges: ‘It’s a scam’
Dozens of families in Chicago have reportedly been transferring guardianship of their children so they'll qualify for need-based financial aid.