Suburban Special Needs Student Gets Prom Date Thanks To Big Assist From Family
2 Investigators: Chicago Firefighter Accused Of Profiting Off Of Fire VictimsHe's a Chicago firefighter and public servant, someone of trust. However questions are being raised about his side job for a company that does fire repairs.
Group Of Englewood Moms Against Violence Treated To Spa Day A group of deserving Englewood moms received a much needed day of pampering ahead of Mother's Day.
Friends Of The Park Group Has Long History Of Fighting Lakefront DevelopmentCBS 2's Jim Williams takes a closer look at Friends of the Parks, its mission and its history.
Cell Phone Tracking Helps Police To Find Escaped Lake County Inmate In Texas A Lake County Indiana jail escapee and his girlfriend await extradition from Texas after being recaptured by police in San Antonio.
What Is Chicago Losing If Lucas Museum Goes Elsewhere?
Families File Lawsuit Over Transgender Students' Use Of Locker Rooms, Restrooms In Suburban School DistrictAn organization that says it represents more than four dozen families is suing the federal government and Palatine's Township School District 211 over transgender students' use of locker rooms and restrooms.
Man Charged In Shooting Death Of Suburban Woman On Wisconsin InterstateA man has been charged in the shooting death of a Chicago area woman on a Wisconsin interstate as she was returning from the Wisconsin Dells over the weekend.
SE Side Residents Say Petcoke Settlements Not Enough Southeast Side activists say the air seems to be a bit cleaner these days, but they still want to see out of their communities, companies that deal with the gritty petroleum byproduct known as petcoke.
Emanuel Taking Lucas Museum Fight To Federal Appeals CourtA day after George Lucas and Mellody Hobson said they've begun exploring options outside Chicago for their proposed lakefront museum, the Emanuel administration said it would be going to a federal appeals court to dismiss a lawsuit holding up the project.
Video Shows Good Samaritan Help Rescue Woman Trapped Under Red Line TrainA woman was rescued from under a CTA Red Line around noon Wednesday, after ending up on the tracks at the Clark/Division subway station.
Massive Takata Air Bag Recall Expanded, Up To 69 Million Vehicles AffectedAnother 35 million to 40 million cars with potentially defective airbags are being recalled, U.S. safety officials said Wednesday.