Two Men Lured By Sex: One Escapes From Car Trunk, The Other Found Dead In Burned VehicleCBS 2's Mai Martinez has telling surveillance video of the beatings, kidnappings and murder that began in Dolton.
Murdered Mail Carrier Remembered By Neighborhood He ServedA South Side neighborhood turned out to remember a beloved mail carrier, murdered outside his home on Sept. 20.
Mayor Emanuel Calls On Churches To Join Anti-Violence InitiativeMayor Rahm Emanuel is backing a new anti-violence initiative started at a west side church and he’s prodding other churches to get involved, as well, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
2014 Tony Winning Musical Hits Chicago StageA Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder runs at the Bank of America Theater through October 11.
Cool, Breezy Saturday For Chicago AreaIt will be a cool, windy day for the Chicago area on Saturday.
Army Of Moms Bring Anti-Violence Patrols To Back Of The Yards NeighborhoodA local group of moms is joining forces with police to fight back against crime in the city.
Maywood Park Runs Its CourseMaywood Park Race Course won't open next season, and most believe that means it will shut down for good.
2 Investigators: Pensioners Fight Back When Fund Demands Overpayments Be ReturnedMore than 500 retirees were overpaid more than $5 million over 40 years because of mistakes admitted by the Sheet Metal Workers Local 73 pension fund. CBS 2's Pam Zekman has this follow-up report.
Cook County Sheriff's Office Sorts Through New Gacy LeadsSince last week, the sheriff's office’s communication director, Ben Breit, says there have been developments.
Negotiations To Resume Sunday Between McHenry High School Teachers, BoardUntil then, the strike continues, WBBM Newsradio's Bob Roberts reports.
Fearing Distemper Outbreak At City Pound, No-Kill Shelter Asks Volunteers To Foster CatsPAWS Chicago is trying to get people to foster cats from the city pound to get them away from any potential exposure. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
After The Bell: Stocks Rebound On Wall StreetThe S&P 500 added 28, the NASDAQ gained 80 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 200 points, settling to 16,472.