Hot, Hot, Hot This Memorial Day WeekendOn Saturday it hit 90 degrees. It was the warmest day in 242 days, since September 23, 2017 when it was 95 degrees.
Honoring The Fallen On Memorial DayThis weekend the nation pauses to remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice serving our country.
Rush Medical Student Plant Seeds Of HopeThe project is funded by a national grant that encourages the students to design projects that improve health in their community.
West Town Woman Attacked By Dog, Animal's Owner Flees The SceneShe suffered bites, scrapes, bruising on her face and had to get 10 stitches.
Pearl Harbor Sailor Finally Comes Home, With HonorsBackman's remains were identified and he's finally coming home. 76 years after serving and dying for his country.
Bike The Drive Starts SundayChicago's Lake Shore Drive will be open Sunday -- only to bicyclists.
Chicago Adding Extra Police Officers Over Holiday WeekendAfter a similar deployment last Labor Day weekend, the police reported a drop in both homicides and shootings compared to the previous Labor Day weekend.
Police Shooting In Austin NeighborhoodAuthorities said the shooting happened in the alley when the suspect took off running and led them on a chase.
Chicago Dogs Play Inaugural Ball Game In RosemontThe minor league baseball team, the Chicago Dogs, are playing their first baseball game in Rosemont's Impact Field.
Gold Star Mom Embarks On Remembrance Walk To Honor Fallen SonA local Gold Star mom wanted to remember and honor her son in a very special way. CBS 2’s Audrina Bigos caught up with Jill Stephenson along her journey across Chicagoland.
Hot Air, Cold Water Creates Dangerous Mix For SwimmersWith the lake water below 50 degrees, anything more than a quick dip can potentially lead to hypothermia. It’s especially dangerous for boaters who may decide to jump in. “If your airways are below the water level when you take that gasp of air which is involuntary, you suck in that cold water in your lungs, it’s going to cause cold water drowning,” said U.S. Coast Guard, Matt James.
City Council Gives Green Light To Police AcademyChicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel got what he wanted: a green light from the city council to move forward on the 95 million dollar police and fire training academy.