A Little Village woman just wants to know why Chicago police shot and killed her tenant’s dog.
The Centers for Disease Control says reports of illnesses associated with swimming are increasing. CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey has details on what to watch out for.
The Chicago Blackhawks will build their new practice facility and community ice center on the site of Malcolm X College, the team announced Wednesday night.
A rider on the CTA Orange Line carrying a puppy had it stolen by two men, one armed with a knife, early Wednesday, police said.
A southwest suburban fire department used a drone to fly over a burning house. That allowed firefighters to better attack the flames.
Stocks closed higher on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged, with no hint of a September rate hike, and a recovery of oil prices put traders in a buying mood. The S&P 500 gained 15, the NASDAQ added 23 and the Dow Jones industrial average closed up 121 points, settling to 17,751.
Summer vacation is almost over for high school students in north suburban Mundelein, where the first day of classes is Aug. 11, two or more weeks before most districts.
They won’t all disappear, but as CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez reports, supporters of the ban hope you’ll start carrying your own reusable bags.
Court records for the driver of the ill-fated Gary church bus reveal a long and shocking disregard for basic driving regulations that stretches back almost two decades.
The owner of a bar and restaurant in River North is going ahead with a lawsuit against his upstairs neighbors, even though scaffolding the neighbors put up several months ago is now down.
This oughta rankle a few feathers (particularly New York’s) — Chicago has been ranked the top spot for pizza in the U.S.
Alprentiss Nash, 40, was shot in the chest in the 400 block of South Paulina at 2:20 p.m., according to police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office.
Ed Novak called his West Side hospital “Sacred Heart.” But federal prosectors said they found a more suitable nickname: “Our Lady of the Bottom Line.”
Two key aldermen proposed limits on the operations of drones in Chicago at Wednesday’s City Council meeting, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
City Council Approves Ordinance Ending Free Garbage Pick Up Exemptions For Large Multi-Unit Buildings
The Chicago City Council has approved ending free garbage collections for hundreds of large multi-unit residential buildings among a flurry of other actions, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Want to know the breadth of inequality in Chicago? Just take a look at the childhood injury risks across the city’s different neighborhoods.
A staffing and recruiting company downtown did something a little out of the ordinary today. It staged a “No Email Day.”
Martin, 20, was arrested in northern Wisconsin and extradited to Cook County.
Lollapalooza returns to Chicago this weekend for the 11th year.
State child welfare officials are investigating after an infant was left in a hot car for about two hours Tuesday in southwest suburban Joliet.
A tornado ripped through Coal City, Illinois, on Monday. It was the second time in less than two years that the small town was devastated by a tornado.
Stuntman Nik Wallenda braved cool temperatures and 15 mph winds as he walked 50 stories above the streets of Chicago as thousands looked on Sunday, November 2nd (Photos by Alex Goykhman).
A CTA Blue Line train jumped the tracks at the O’Hare station early Monday, after the train failed to slow down while pulling into the station, and went through the barriers at the end of the tracks.
A man wanted for murder in Georgia rammed several cars while fleeing police Sunday, before crashing on Lake Shore Drive, prompting a standoff with police that lasted more than 8 hours.
Much of the town of Washington, Ill was destroyed by a tornado on Sunday.