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“Sacrifices are going to be made,” Gibson says.
The family of two west suburban men accused of plotting a massacre at a National Guard armory is speaking out, reports Cisco Cotto.
No matter what time of day, what kind of weather, or what mood you might be in, it’s almost never easy to get up the motivation required to go outside or get yourself to a gym for what’s sure to be a less than fun chunk of your day. However, a common way to combat the workout blues is to listen to music, an idea that provides us with the opportunity to share some of our favorite motivational albums.
Running is as much a mental sport as it is a physical one, and with the Chicago Marathon almost here we want to make sure that you’re ready to go in every way possible.
Whether you’re walking, jogging, running, or slugging, we’ve put together a playlist to mentally prepare you for every stage of the race.
Researchers at the U. of I. have genetically engineered a yeast that could not only reduce the toxins that lead to hangover headaches, but also increase the health benefits of wine.
A 35-year-old Northwest Indiana pastor arrested at Midway Airport Monday for trying to carry a gun through security now says he feels terrible about the incident.
Challenger Commissioner Chuy Garcia is reacting cooly to Mayor Emanuel’s proposals for so-called “Right to Thrive” zones in some poorer neighborhoods, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Our kids are about to lose two weeks of class time to prepare for and take a test that will have little to no benefits. Needless to say, a lot of people are angry…
The former Bolingbrook cop convicted of killing one wife and suspected in the disappearance of another heads back to court Tuesday, reports CBS 2’s Mike Puccinelli.
In the race for Chicago mayor, challenger Jesus “Chuy” Garcia spoke Saturday in favor of higher pay for home health care workers and committed himself to work toward a $15 an hour floor salary.
CHICAGO (CBS) — The countdown to the 2015 Chicago mayoral election has begun. On this week’s edition of CBS2 Social, Chief Political Correspondent Jay Levine and political producer Ed Marshall join Wendy Widom, CBS2’s social […]
The twin sons of Ernie Banks asserted Monday that his agent and caretaker coerced the Chicago Cubs baseball great into signing a new will giving her all his assets.
It was a packed house at the Cook County Building Saturday as folks lined up to get married on Valentine’s Day.
WBBM’s Mariam Sobh reports more than 100 people gathered at the Chicago Temple at 77 W. Washington where torture survivors, psychologists and alderman spoke about the need for not only money, but social services for survivors of police brutality and their family members.
WBBM’s Steve Miller spoke with adults who underwent surgery as newborns and have faced a lifetime of grief.
CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine spoke with those charged with keeping us safe.
As the snow continues to come down all over the Chicago area, many grabbed their phones and cameras to snap pictures of snow covered yards and streets.
20-year-old Andrew Mogni suffered a devastating fall and has been in a coma ever since. In this Original Report, Roseanne Tellez talks to his family about the mystery in Rome that put him in this condition.