Michael Hart accused of using excessive force following incident caught on surveillance video. Chris Coffey reports. Read More
Attorneys for R.J. Vanecko are seeking to prevent a former Chicago police department attorney from testifying in Vanecko's involuntary manslaughter trial. The charge stems from a 2004 altercation resulting in the death... Read More
A suburban woman says Choice Home Warranty didn't come through on its promise to replace or repair her furnace. Read More
A home-schooled Des Plaines teenager is taking his fight off the wrestling mat in an attempt to compete for Maine West High School. Read More
A suburban mom has filed a lawsuit against a female teacher who worked at a Chicago church and religious camp in Wisconsin. The woman says she was sexually abused when she was a teenager and the woman she's accusing has worked with... Read More
Forrest Claypool still not happy with overall performance of Ventra, but says things are improving. Read More
Federal investigators continue their crackdown on Chicago-area gang members who slip across state lines to conduct their violent activities, including kidnapping and murder. Read More
Man comes clean on case that sent three men to jail. Read More
An 82-year-old man almost loses his home because of the failure of state and county officials to communicate. Read More
CTA union chief Robert Kelley, no friend to transit agency management, asked Thursday why the Ventra system continues to open the turnstiles for riders who carry negative balances on their cards. And as NBC 5 Investigates learned,... Read More
SUV involved in high-profile murder case before current owner bought it.
New law breeds confusion and con artists.
It’s a scheme similar to others that have preyed on consumers for years. The Federal Trade Commission likens it to the "sweepstakes scam" where consumers win millions, or the "secret shopper: job that pays so well.
Business owners say their ratings on the site dropped after declining to pay for advertising. Some liken it to extortion. Lisa Parker reports.
If signed by Gov. Pat Quinn, legislation would prohibit any teen with unresolved traffic citations from getting a state driver’s license.
Bank of America and Wells Fargo are accused by law enforcement of turning their backs on struggling homeowners. Lisa Parker reports.