Family Celebrates Death Of 13-Year-Old With New State LawBackers of a new state law, permitting first responders to carry epipens to counter several allergic reactions, celebrated Saturday, marking the first anniversary of the death of the 13-year-old girl who inspired the change.
Two Oak Park Moms Create Books For Children With Special NeedsTwo moms from Oak Lawn have teamed up to make the transition of school for special needs kids a little easier by creating a book series.
Wade Family Hosts Prayer Breakfast For Nykea AldrigeThe Wade family hosted Saturday a church event to honor the life of Nykea Aldrige.
CFD: 2 Dead, 1 Critically Hurt In Back Of The Yards FireA fire in the Back of the Yards neighborhood early Saturday left two people dead and another in critical condition, according to fire officials.
Slain Chicago Officer Honored During Annual Peace CampoutThomas Wortham IV was murdered in May 2010 in the driveway of his father’s home, across the street from the park during a robbery attempt.
Two Young Sisters Visit All Chicago NeighborhoodsTwo young girls explored over the summer 77 of Chicago’s neighborhoods.
Vigil Held After Fatal South Side FireFamily of sever-year-old Shaniyah Staples gather together Friday at 81st and Essex for a vigil, remembering her once more.
Movie About The Obamas' First Date Opens, But How Accurate Is The Flick?It's called "Southside with You," and is based on the pivotal experience between America's first couple. CBS 2's Derrick Blakley reports.
Chicago Doctors Help Save Lives In Syrian Civil WarChicago doctors are helping victims of the civil war in Syria by donating and delivering medical equipment.
Meet Your New Neighbors, Chicago -- SkunksIf you’ve spotted skunks in Chicago, you might want to get used to them, even if you do want to keep your distance. It seems they’re getting used to the urban lifestyle.
PAWS Chicago Rescues Pets From LouisianaPAWS Chicago arrived Friday with dozens of cats and dogs from local shelters in Louisiana.
Wisconsin Wrestling Coach Alleges Retaliation For Reporting Rape AllegationThe former head wrestling coach at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater has sued the school, claiming he was fired for reporting a sexual assault to police.

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