A follow-up to an NBC5 Investigates report about a teacher accused of sexual abuse. Last month we told you about a suburban mom who accused a woman named Cherie Carlson of sexual abuse years ago. Read More
Millions of dollars have gone missing from some Chicago and sister agency employees who are slow to pay back debt in the form of unpaid traffic tickets, water bills and administrative judgments, according to city data obtained... Read More
The trouble began for Rochelle Daniels, an English teacher at the private Catholic school, about a month ago after she was approached by a female student who reported being sexually assaulted. Read More
Federal bus safety regulators have shut down 52 companies, including five in Illinois, in what they describe as a major nationwide crackdown on unsafe outfits. Read More
Expert says dangerous lasers are all coming from overseas, apparently skirting U.S. regulations with no obstacles. Read More
Driver was southbound on Clark Street in a private ambulance with his siren blaring about 10:45 a.m. when he struck a 2012 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck driving west on Montrose Avenue, police said. Read More
Student says teacher offered to pay him for oral sex. Read More
Could a convicted felon who did federal prison time convince the voters to elect him to a seat on the Cook County Board? Al Sanchez hopes so. Read More
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
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