Amazon Go Stores Expanding To Chicago, San FranciscoThe store uses a collection of cameras and sensors to constantly track customers and inventory as they move around.
Tammy Duckworth Makes History As 1st U.S. Senator To Give Birth While In OfficeIllinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth gave birth to a baby girl on Monday, becoming the first U.S. senator to have a child while in office.
Police: 2 Arrested After 3 Men Shot At Bloomington HotelTwo Illinois residents are in custody after three men were shot at a Bloomington hotel early Saturday morning in what police described as a planned encounter.
Police: Minn. Couple Lied About Chicago Knifepoint RobberyChicago police say a man and woman from suburban Minneapolis falsely claimed they were robbed at knifepoint of a $12,000 engagement ring and other items.
Cop Buys Teen Membership To Gym He Kept Sneaking IntoA Chicago teenager has a brand new gym membership thanks to the police officer who chose not to arrest him for trespassing.
Fmr. House Speaker Hastert Released From Minn. PrisonFormer U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert has been released from prison in Minnesota and transferred to a Chicago re-entry facility, according to Federal Bureau of Prisons records Tuesday.
3 Chicago Cops Accused Of Lying In Laquan McDonald ShootingThree Chicago police officers have been indicted on charges that they conspired to cover up and lie about what happened when a white police officer shot a black teenager 16 times — which prompted outrage when a video of the killing was finally released.
Victim In N. Mpls. Shooting Was Mother Of Man Killed By Chicago Amtrak CopThe woman who died following a north Minneapolis shooting has been identified as the mother of a man fatally shot by an Amtrak police officer in downtown Chicago.
4 Things To Know: ACA, Chicago P.D. & MoreThey include the latest in investigations into the Chicago Police Department, and an excuse to take your kid fishing this weekend.
4 Charged With Hate Crimes In Facebook Live Attack Appear In CourtThe two teens had been schoolmates, police said. After meeting in suburban Chicago, they spent two days together, driving around visiting friends. Then a pretend fight between them escalated into a real beating, and the attack on a mentally disabled teenager stirred racial tensions after being broadcast on Facebook Live.
Charges Filed In Facebook Live Stream Of TortureThe assault went on for up to two days, until Chicago police found the victim "in distress" walking along a street.
4 Things To Know: Florida Campaigning, World Series & MoreThey include the kickoff of a potentially curse-breaking World Series, and a trio of cars deemed the most reliable currently available.