Valentine's Day Dance, Chicago 1948Valentine's Day, Navy Pier, 1948
Students Walk Out Of Class To Protest CPS Budget CutsAbout 200 students walked out of a North Side high school on Friday, to protest the financial crisis the Chicago Public Schools system is facing.
Frigid Start To Weekend, Snow Likely On SundayYou might want to throw an extra blanket on the bed Friday night, as Chicago is in for a very cold weekend.
Donald Trump Dropping Twitter Bombs On Ted Cruz On the eve on the next GOP presidential debate, Donald Trump is doubling down and playing the liar card against rival Ted Cruz.
Last Run For Old Metra Electric District HighlinersThe commuter rail agency Friday retires the last of the bi-level Highliners built without toilets in the early 1970s for the Illinois Central R.R., which then operated the Electric District.
St. Alphonsus School To Stay Open Next YearSt. Alphonsus Liguori Catholic School in Prospect Heights met the requirements to keep their doors open next year.
2 Investigators: Con Artists Trick Grandma Into Buying $10,000 In iTunes CardsA caller told 79-year-old Pauline Hunt her grandson was in jail and needed bail money. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports on a new twist to an old scam.
Panel Studies Shortening The School Day At Barrington High SchoolStudents may one day be able to sleep a little extra, CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Paintball Shooter Targets Chicago Man And His BulldogCBS 2's Brad Edwards reports on the Edgewater incident.
New Domestic Violence Shelter Opens This Weekend In ChicagoWINGS Metro is expected to provide services to 100 people in the first year. The 40 beds in the shelter will be available starting this Sunday. CBS 2's Sandra Torres reports.
East Chicago Councilman Jailed On Murder Charge -- Now What?Robert Battle is drawing his pay while behind bars, CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
Chicagoan Up For Gospel Grammy AwardCBS 2's Vince Gerasole introduces us to Jonathan McReynolds, who grew up in Chicago's South Shore neighborhood.