Cubs Fan, 101 Years Old, Watches Chicago Move Closer To The UnthinkableCBS 2’s Brad Edwards introduces us to Loretta Dolan.
Emanuel: Fear Of Being Recorded May Be Discouraging Cops From Doing Their JobsThe mayor says it’s partly to blame for the rise in Chicago crime. CBS 2's Derrick Blakley reports.
BNSF Service Resumes After Hazmat Incident Metra has suspended service on one of its main commuter lines running between the city and the western suburbs.
Suburban School District Under Fire For Transgender Student Locker Room Policy A suburban school district is defending its decision to separate a female transgender student in one of the high school's locker rooms.
Park Forest Police Reunite Medals With Family Of World War II, Korean War VeteranLost for several years, the war medals awarded to a south suburban man will be going back to his family thanks to the efforts of the Park Forest Police Department and Facebook.
Lawsuit Seeking To Give Deaf Prisoners Access To Interpreters Granted Class Action StatusThe lawsuit, originally filed on behalf of 11 plaintiffs in 2011, claimed deaf and partially deaf prisoners have been denied the help they need to communicate.
Report: Pittsburgh Mayor Orders Investigation After Cubs Fan Was Violently Arrested At PNC ParkFurther details haven't been released at this time.
Lawndale Mother Cleared Of Child Endangerment In Baby's 2013 DeathA Lawndale woman was found not guilty of child endangerment Wednesday, two years after her 7-month-old baby was discovered dead in the family’s apartment.
Aurora Police Release Surveillance Images Of Alleged Goodwill Thief Aurora police are looking for the thief who stole from a charitable organization in the past couple of weeks, reports WBBM’s Bernie Tafoya.
Emanuel Expresses Outrage At Byrd-Bennett, Denies Involvement In SUPES ContractsMayor Rahm Emanuel says he had nothing to do with the $23 million in contracts that indicted former Schools Chief Barbara Byrd-Bennett recommended to the school board, and is infuriated with her, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Dick Van Dyke Steps In To Save His Childhood Home DownstateOrganizers of the Dick Van Dyke Foundation hope to establish a museum in the Danville home where Van Dyke and brother Jerry lived during high school after the family relocated from Missouri.
Warm Start To The Week, But Cold Front Brings Autumnal Chill After MondayColumbus Day should be a great day to spend outdoors in Chicago, with much warmer temperatures than normal, although a cold front will bring a big change in temperatures overnight.