Historian Hopes To Get Headstones For Three Illinois Brothers Who Fought In Civil WarThree of the six Mithcell Brothers who fought for the Union are buried in an abandoned Chicago area cemetery.
Emissions Testing Sites: Traffic, Waiting And Sometimes Disappointing ResultsCBS 2's Jeremy Ross visits one of the Chicago area's backed-up facilities.
Alderman: City Needs To Crack Down On Illegal Tire DumpingFifteenth Ward Ald. Raymond Lopez says some tire shops have been dumping old, used tires in the Brighton Park and Back of the Yards neighborhoods.
Police Recover Several Paintings Stolen At Art FairEarlier this week, we told you about a Chicago area artist who'd lost six paintings to thieves at an East Lansing, Mich., art fair.
Chicago Area Hospitals Reporting Blood ShortageChicago-area hospitals are reporting a blood shortage going into the holiday weekend.
Walk Raises Awareness Of Suicide Among War VetsOn the start of this Memorial Day weekend, a walk in Glencoe is raising awareness about suicide among soldiers and military veterans.
Generation Heroin: Recovering Addict Sets Up One-Of-A-Kind Sober BarYou'd never know by looking at him, but Chris Reed is the new face of addiction. He's clean-cut, fresh-faced, well-dressed, and well-spoken. He grew up in Algonquin and attended Jacobs High School.
City Moves To Fire Two Chicago Cops In Case Tainted By One Officer's PerjuryCBS 2's Pam Zekman has this follow-up to a 2 Investigators, Better Government Association report.
Navy Pier Rolls Out Its New Ferris Wheel This Holiday WeekendCBS 2's Vince Gerasole got a preview.
Parents, Students, Educators Press Lawmakers In Springfield Over School FundingCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports from the Illinois state capital.
Chicago Students Show Their Art At Prestigious Loop LocationThe Union League Club says it has the largest private art collection in the Midwest outside of the Art Institute. Adding to that for the month of June is the work of twelve teens.
Alderman Acknowledges Federal Probe, Claims He Is CooperatingA spokesman for Ald. Jason Ervin (28th) said the alderman is cooperating with a federal probe into how he ended up with a check for nearly $5,000 from a woman accused of improperly spending a state grant.