Eric Kerestes died August 14th when a cab driven by 60-year-old John Kesse plowed through the intersection of Ogden and Milwaukee, striking Kesse as he stood at a bus stop nearby. Read More
A southwest side alderman and his constituents call for legislation from City Hall and accountability from cemetery operators to control the antics of some of those involved in funeral processions. Read More
Chicago has more police cameras watching its citizens than any other city in the United States. But is that a violation of privacy? Rob Stafford investigates.
NBC 5s Stefan Holt get's an exclusive look at how the Chicago Police Department operates when he rides along with Superintendent Garry McCarthy.
Two-year-old Illinois state law that requires drivers to stop -- not just yield -- at a crosswalk when a pedestrian is there. Read More
Dick Johnson reports on a disturbing trend for IPass users. Officials with the Illinois Tollway confirm that 110 I-PASS customers were charged thousands of dollars in tolls for out-of-state trips they never took. This story first aired on August 27, 2012 at 10 p.m.
Turns out they’re charges that originated from a semi-truck with her same license plate number going through tolls on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. “I said I don't have a semi-truck and I haven't been driving outside of... Read More
The $659-million dollar budget for City Colleges this year shows a 300% increase in money allotted for travel, a newly created Central Office department with a budget totaling just nearly $7-million, almost all of that for salaries... Read More
"It really isn’t about women. It’s simply about golf," one club owner says. Read More
Chicago DEA agent Jack Riley has seen many of the same items used in the Colorado Massacre right here in Chicago's gangs. Read More
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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.
It's a scam that's victimized people all over the country, and the hallmarks are always the same: a child in an accident, a wanted criminal in another car and a demand for wired money.
Realtors often at odds with online realty services say bad data is becoming an everyday headache.
When a device goes bad, whose duty is it to tell the patient?
Perpetrators of the so-called "Grandparent Scam" found a willing and loving victim when they targeted Alice Solinski, a grandmother to 11 and great-grandmother to 13.