Cubs Stealing A Little Thunder From Halloween This YearGhosts, creepy clowns and other creatures are on the bench when the Cubs are playing in the postseason. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
New Documentary Examines The Innovative Career Of Late Chicago ChefHomaro Cantu's death in 2015 here in Chicago was ruled a suicide and it rocked the culinary world.
Chicago Film Festival Marks 52nd YearThis year's event, which kicks off Thursday, will honor directors Peter Bogdanovich and Steve McQueen and the legacy of Charlie Chaplin. WBBM's Lisa Fielding reports.
Cubs Fans Can Take A Bite Out Of 'The Jake' Or 'The Rizzo'It's a Cubs feeding frenzy at one local restaurant chain, which is offering special player-named sandwiches, for a limited time only. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
Acclaimed Film 'Birth Of A Nation' Opens Amid Rape ControversyShould the rape-charge acquittal of the director and co-writer matter as the acclaimed slavery-era movie opens? CBS 2's Dana Kozlov gets local reaction.
Cameras Roll For 'Death Wish' Remake In ChicagoThe original "Death Wish" featured Charles Bronson as a New York architect who becomes a vigilante after his family is victimized.
Lady Gaga Will Perform During Super Bowl Halftime ShowLady Gaga will take the stage Feb. 5 at NRG Stadium in Houston.
In Social Media Era, Debate Watchers Will Have Multiple Screens GoingSome people will be multi-tasking, with televisions, computers and smart phones as they interact with others. CBS 2's Marissa Bailey reports.
Founding Father Of 'Hamilton' Accepts Arts Award In ChicagoWunderkind Lin-Manuel Miranda, who created the Broadway smash, accepted an honor from Chicago's National Puerto Rican Museum of Art and Culture. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
'Star Trek,' Which Debuted 50 Years Ago, Foreshadowed Smart Phones, Other Innovations“Star Trek,” the sci-fi phenomenon, debuted 50 years ago. It promised a world full of hope and technological advances.
Actor Hugh O'Brian, TV's 'Wyatt Earp,' Dies At 91The actor established Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership.
At MTV Video Music Awards, Kanye West Speaks Out About Chicago Gun ViolenceKanye West speaks about Chicago's gun violence at MTV's Video Music Awards.

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