Positively Chicago: Lighthouse IndustriesAt a Chicago clock factory, 85 percent of the employees here are blind. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Suspect Charged After Bolingbrook Mayor's Home VandalizedPolice found the graffiti – described as “anarchist symbols and swastikas” – Wednesday morning at Roger Claar’s residence.
Fast-Food Worker Accused Of Murdering Boss A fast-food worker is now accused of killing his manager at an Arby's in southwest suburban Hickory Hills.
Final Wheaton College Football Player Surrenders To PoliceFive members of the Wheaton College football team face felony charges for allegedly hazing another team member in 2016.
Doctor: Assault Weapons Cause Catastrophic InjuriesIn his 32 years at Stroger Hospital, Dr. Richard Keen has treated thousands of gunshot victims.
Daddy Yankee Seeks Donations For Mexico and Puerto Rico at ConcertThe Puerto Rican artist is asking fans to contribute to the relief efforts for the destruction caused by hurricanes Maria and Irma and the earthquake that has killed over 270 people in central Mexico.
Suspended VFW Drawing To Take Place Next WeekThe Morris VFW is apologizing to neighbors for the crowds expected for its $1.59 million “Queen of Hearts” drawing.
Star Trek: Discovery Premieres This Sunday At 8pm On CBSOne of the most anticipated shows of the Fall lineup premieres Sunday night on CBS. "Star Trek: Discovery” will introduce new characters seeking imaginative new worlds and new civilizations.
Activists Mark Peace Day With Music, Dances, Speeches At Daley PlazaNearly 200 world flags crossed the stage as part of the ceremony's finale.
Shots Fired In Car Chase Along I-65 and I-80/94 In Northwest IndianaA man was grazed by a bullet when one car chased another and shots were fired early Friday along I-65 and the Borman Expressway in northwest Indiana.
At Issue: Chicago Police Union Seeking To Block New Use Of Force PoliciesChicago FOP President Kevin Graham said the new rules violate the department's union contract, because the changes were not negotiated.
Local Leaders Want Businesses To Help With Earthquake Relief“I think that Chicagoans have a big heart. If you can donate only one dollar, it’s a dollar more than we had.”