For Evanston Grad, An Olympic Dream AchievedOlympic dreams turned into reality for a young track star from Evanston, but she won't be representing the United States.
Lollapalooza Fans Warned About Ticket ScamsOne of the biggest events of the summer, Lollapalooza, kicks of Thursday and people are scrambling for their chance to get into the four-day concert.
Thieves Going After 'Yellow Gold' In ChicagoThieves call it "yellow gold." It is actually used cooking oil.
Chicago Officers Hailed For Touching Act Of KindnessTwo Chicago police officers are getting a lot of attention for a powerful picture on social media
Chicago-Based Dating App Adds 'PokeDates'Project Fixup recently added PokeDates.
Tall Ships Arrive At Navy PierThe "When And If" is docked at Navy Pier through the weekend for the Tall Ships Parade of Sail.
Three Dozen Latin Kings Swept Up In Array Of Federal ChargesNearly three dozen alleged members of the Latin King street gang are now accused of murder, arson, assault and extortion, among other crimes, federal officials announced Tuesday
10 Arrested For Using Stolen Credit Cards To Post BailLaPorte County Sheriff's Captain Michael Kellems said seven inmates posted bail illegally, because they used credit cards that were stolen.
Democrats Already Eyeing Potential Candidates For Governor In 2018While the focus at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia is on nominating Hillary Clinton as the party’s nominee for president, various Illinois elected officials were dancing around the question of who ought to run for governor in two years.
Orbit Skate Center Seeking Help After June Storm Warped FloorAn historical roller rink in the north suburbs needs help to save its floor after a violent storm warped the wood last month.
Whole Foods Breaks Ground On New Pullman Distribution CenterThe 140,000-square-foot facility is expected to bring in about 150 jobs to a neighborhood that played a prominent role in the labor movement at the turn of the 20th century, and has become the focus of revival efforts in recent years.
Police Union To Officers: Avoid Working Overtime On Labor Day WeekendThe head of the Chicago FOP says this is not a negotiation ploy or a job action. He says this is about one thing: officers spending time with their families. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.

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