Jesse Owens Film “Race” Premiers In ChicagoCBS 2’s Vince Gerasole was on the red carpet.
Is Your Smartwatch Safe From Hackers?From tracking your health to checking emails, smartwatches can make life much more convenient.
State Regulators Hold Hearings On Plan To Close St. James Hospital In Chicago Heights The controversial plan to close most of Saint James Hospital’s Chicago Heights facility, and consolidate them at the hospital’s newer Olympia Fields campus was the subject of hearings Tuesday by state regulators.
Walgreens To Begin Selling Heroin Antidote Without PrescriptionWalgreens has announced it will now be offering the heroin antidote Naloxone over the counter without a prescription, a move law enforcement officials say will save lives.
Crestwood Store Owner Charged With Selling Fake Urine KitA suburban store owner is in trouble accused of selling kits to help people cheat on their drug tests.
Chicago Police Arrest Eight Suspects In Counterfeit Ticket SchemeChicago Police made a major bust of gang members accused of selling not drugs, but millions of dollars’ worth of phony tickets.
Springfield Prepares For President Obama’s Speech To General AssemblyPresident Barack Obama is about to take a trip down memory lane.
Zika Virus Could Put Strain Blood Supply As Potential Donors Turned AwayCBS 2's Mai Martinez talked with one of the largest blood banks in our area about the impact on Chicagoland.
38-Year-Old Arlington Heights Man Reported MissingPolice in Arlington Heights are asking for help in locating a 38-year-old man who has been missing since Monday.
Preckwinkle's Office Briefs Board On Impact Of State Budget StalemateMembers of the Cook County Board spoke to county department heads on Tuesday about how the state’s budget impasse is affecting local services.
Dozens Of Aldermen Backing Resolution To Use Surplus TIF Funds To Help CPSDozens of aldermen say they want the city to use more than a billion dollars in so-called TIF development funds to help bail out the Chicago Public Schools, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Police Say Woman Who Reported Being Pulled Over By Fake Cop In Indiana Was Stopped By Real OfficerIndiana State Police say they've cleared up a mystery: that a woman who thought she might have been stopped by a police impersonator Sunday night was stopped by a real officer after all.