Going Inside The Chicago Police Department's 'Strategic Subject List'Chicago suffered through an especially bloody holiday weekend, with 69 people shot over the Memorial Day weekend, including six fatalities. Police said the vast majority of the victims were on a watchlist of sorts – what the department calls its “strategic subject list.”
Girl Dead, Brother Missing After Getting Trapped By Kankakee River DamA 13-year-old girl drowned and her 12-year-old brother was presumed dead, after they were pulled under by a strong current on the Kankakee River in far southwest suburban Wilmington.
Maywood Restores Home With Ties To Civil WarCan the former Maywood Home for Soldiers' Widows and Orphans generate revenue as some kind of business? WBBM's Terry Keshner reports.
Supreme Court Nominee Merrick Garland Speaks At Niles West GraduationSupreme Court nominee Merrick Garland returned to his alma mater in Skokie on Sunday, to deliver some words of wisdom to the Class of 2016 at Niles West High School.
Teens Smash Windshields Outside Kenwood Co-Op BuildingNeighbors said at least 30 teenagers seemingly appear out of nowhere near the Harper Square Cooperative at 4800 S. Lake Park Av.
Amid Bloody Holiday Weekend, Police Promise More PatrolsBarely halfway into the Memorial Day weekend, nearly as many people have been shot across Chicago as the entire holiday weekend last year, with police promising to step up patrols even further.
Mother Struck, Killed By Truck On Lake Shore DrivePolice were investigating some discrepancies in a story about a robbery attempt just before woman was killed and her boyfriend was injured when they were hit by a truck on Lake Shore Drive early Sunday in the Gold Coast neighborhood.
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.