A reputed lieutenant of captured drug lord El Chapo Guzman reversed direction and will not plead guilty in a billion-dollar federal conspiracy case. Alfredo Vasquez Hernandez is charged in Chicago with Guzman and nine others.
Two Chicago landmarks are called out by name as suggested car bomb targets for al Qaeda sympathizers in a newly-released Inspire magazine, the publication considered required reading for American jihadists.
The ABC7 I-Team has learned some people who applied for Illinois concealed carry gun permits are being notified of a computer glitch that may have allowed other applicants to see their personal information.
In the shadowy, cut-throat world of Mexican drug cartels, the reputed Chicago operations commander for Mexico's superpower Sinaloa drug cartel will not testify against his boss, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.