DEA officials take NBC Investigates inside secret location where West Side Imperial Insane Vice Lords were arrested. Read More
Ronald Watts accused of stealing $5,200 from a drug courier and could face up to 21 months in prison.
More babies are being delivered in places like parking lots and gas stations and the deliveries are performed by people other than doctors, nurses and mid-wives, according to statistics obtained by NBC 5 Investigates. Read More
In October of 1933, a United Airlines flight with seven people aboard was blown up with a bomb over Chesterton, Indiana. A young Federal Agent named Melvin Purvis headed up an exhaustive investigation, involving hundreds of leads.... Read More
Some residents, business owners fear neighborhood losing its heritage. Read More
New law breeds confusion and con artists. Read More
Source says human error ruled out in mysterious crash. Read More
Phil Rogers takes a closer look at what it takes for a motorman to operate a CTA train and how that would make it difficult for a "ghost train" to travel by itself, causing Monday's collision.
Scammers taking advantage of consumer confusion and uncertainty. Read More
Questions loom following Blue Line crash, including who started the runaway train, and why didn't a system set up for such an occurrence automatically stop it? Phil Rogers reports in this NBC 5 Investigates segment.
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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.