Grandmother, Reading Bible, Victim Of Car Jacking A 72-year-old woman was the victim of a car jacking in Chicago, the latest in a rash of them in the city.
Emanuel, Rauner Discuss Chicago Making Amazon's Top 20 HQ2 ListMayor Emanuel and Governor Rauner had somewhat different perspectives on Chicago making the list of 20 possible sites for Amazon’s much sought-after second headquarters.
Medical Marijuana In School Case Returns To Court MondayThe legal battle over whether to allow an 11-year-old Hanover Park girl to receive medical marijuana at school returns Monday to federal court.
Chicago-Area Home Sales Moved Slower Than The Regional Average In 2017Home sales in a handful of Chicago-area communities appeared to be significantly slower in 2017 than the regional average.
Jesse White Holds Hearing To Tighten State Laws On Impaired DrivingA Loop hearing has highlighted efforts to tighten up Illinois' laws on impaired driving.
Scammers Targeting St. Charles Residents Using City’s Caller ID NumberA scam that's made the rounds for years is currently targeting residents of west suburban St. Charles.
Second Case Of Exposure To Measles Reported At O'HareAnother case of measles exposure has been reported at O'Hare Airport, the second instance there in five days.
Full Agenda Expected At Chicago City Council MeetingThe Chicago City Council is expected to give final approval on Wednesday to a contract deal worked out with more than 30 municipal labor unions.
Chicago Fire Personnel Rescue Man Stuck In A Machine At The Crystal Glass FactoryA machine used to fabricate windows tried to swallow up a maintenance man Tuesday, but Chicago firefighters pried him loose.
A First-Hand Look At How Emergency Alerts WorkEmergency officials in Will County gave CBS 2's Vince Gerasole a first hand look at how emergency alerts work in our area.
Woman Steals $2,000 In Merchandise, Returns To Same StoreAnd it was all captured on camera.
Emanuel: Sad Commentary On Trump's Words, Actions To Say He's Not RacistMayor Emanuel said President Donald Trump’s may say he is “not racist,” but people can see what he's done and said previously.