Cubs Fan Who Saw World Series Team In '45 Loses It At Wrigley In 2016But who can blame Morton Balaban? CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Legendary DJ Herb Kent Fondly Remembered During Listener Call-In MondayOn Monday, callers to V103 remembered the personality known as “The Cool Gent,” CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Cubs Usher From 1945 Has Special Tie To Wrigley FieldSchaumburg resident Stan Rauch hocked hotdogs and pop at the World Series at Wrigley Field in 1945.
Harry Caray Called It: 'Someday The Chicago Cubs Are Going To Be In The World Series'Caray's words from a 1991 day have come alive.
Person Found Dead After House Fire In Unincorporated Glen EllynAfter the blaze was extinguished, firefighters entered the house and found one person dead.
83-Year-Old Cubs Fan Gets To See A Second World Series Cubs GameCubs fan who attended World Series Game 6 in 1945, returns to see Cubs play Game 3 of World Series.
Early Voting Expands Monday In Illinois Ahead Of ElectionEarly voting opportunities have greatly expanded across Illinois as of Monday.
Art Institute Lions Wear Cubs Hats For First Time EverThe lions outside The Art Institute of Chicago are wearing Chicago Cubs helmets for the first time ever, marking another Chicago tradition.
Man Charged With Pointing Gun At Off-Duty Chicago Police OfficerA 28-year-old man has been charged with pointing a gun at an off-duty Chicago Police officer Saturday afternoon in the South Deering neighborhood on the Far South Side.
CTA Budget: No Fare Hikes Or Service Cuts Planned In 2017The Chicago Transit Authority will go an eighth straight year without raising fares or cutting service, according to the agency’s 2017 budget.
Federal Trial Over Endia Martin Killing Begins This WeekVandetta Redwood found herself alone in a Chicago police lockup in April 2014, the day a teenage feud ended with a street brawl — and the fatal shooting of 14-year-old Endia Martin.
Church Partially Collapses In Wicker Park A vacant church under construction partially collapsed Monday morning in Wicker Park.