A 29-year-old Winnetka woman was arrested and accused of stealing thousands of dollars' worth of Legos from a mall store, authorities said Wednesday. Lanisa Williams was arrested on July 23 on felony burglary, grand theft and embezzlement charges.
Unsolved: Lives in Limbo as Omaha Families Wait for Answers
They are an all too familiar scene around the metro. The flashing lights of patrol cars investigating another shooting, another shooting that has taken a life and left dozens of families wondering who did this?
Pastor Jamal Bryant on Riot Rumors, Meeting with Gang Members
Reverend Jamal Bryant, who delivered the eulogy for Freddie Gray in Baltimore Monday says he disagrees with the plan to close schools today so he is opening his church to teach young people about ways to practice civil disobedience.
NAACP President: Burning Buildings in Community Like Putting Gun to Your Head
Not all protests in Baltimore turned violent. Congressman Elijah Cummings joined other peaceful protesters, marching arm-in-arm. NAACP president Cornell William Brooks joins "CBS This Morning" from Baltimore to discuss the situation.
How the Baltimore Protests Escalated into Violence
At least 15 police officers are recovering from injuries after rioters threw rocks and debris during the violent demonstrations. The chaos erupted despite calls from Freddie Gray's family for peace. Gray died last week after his spine was partially severed while in police custody.
Baltimore Mayor: National Guard to Be Deployed, Curfew Ordered
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake addressed reporters on Monday as rioting protesters took to the streets, looting and burning stores and setting fire to police property. She said that after consultation with Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, the National Guard would be deployed as soon as possible. Mayor Rawlings-Blake also ordered a curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., starting Tuesday.
First part of a series highlighting voices from the #FreddieGray protests Saturday, April 25th in Baltimore, Maryland. Featuring voices from the Sandtown-Winchester community, where Freddie lived, and community advocates. For more coverage on the death of Freddie Gray and how Baltimore is responding, visit http://steinershow.org and http://WEAA.org. Please share this video.