The Chicago police squad car that captured the October 2014 shooting of 17-year old Laquan McDonald had no audio on its dashboard camera because the vehicle had “no MICs (microphones) because they were in the glove compartment with... Read More
Years after local residents contributed thousands to build a food store in Robbins, the store appears to be no closer to reality. The site of the proposed “Save More Foods” remains the hulking remnant of Robbins’ last working... Read More
Lisa Parker of NBC 5 Responds answers a consumer question about the lack of credit card chip readers in stores. Also, hear a recap of recent cases addressed by the new expansion of NBC 5's Investigative team.
The government’s new program designed to help veterans receive faster medical care is facing growing criticism from veterans, providers and lawmakers. Read More
On a Friday night in December of 2014, Mutahir Rauf was walking with his brother near Loyola University when two men walked up, showed a gun and tried to rob him. The 23-year-old, who was studying at Loyola to be a doctor, tried to... Read More
A total of 128 workers reported ill to Cook County Jail on Super Bowl Sunday – about a third more than a typical day of sick calls, NBC5 Investigates has found. Read More
Parents may be in the same room with their children and not even realize a predator is communicating with them through social media, according to the FBI. Read More
The mother of a teenager shot by Chicago Police is asking the United States Justice Department to investigate her son’s case. Read More
Responding to your consumer needs and connecting you to your money.
The attorney for the family of Sandra Bland is asking why key witnesses in the case were asked nothing about events inside the Waller County Texas Jail, shortly after the Chicago woman allegedly hanged herself last July. Read More