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Imagine not having water for weeks. That’s what more than three dozen homeowners in Elgin are dealing with.
Cardinal Francis George will undergo a new round of chemotherapy, after his doctors found fresh signs of cancer surrounding his right kidney.
A 17-year-old boy who attended Taft High School was struck and killed by a Metra train on Friday, just blocks away from school.
A new ethical discussion comes into play in the Internet age. CBS 2′s Marissa Bailey reports.
The incident allegedly occurred earlier this week, during a classroom disruption. CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
Amid a massive crop of potholes, City Hall has launched an audit and plans to enforce the one-year guarantee on asphalt. CBS 2′s Courtney Gousman reports.
Authorities will have to wait another day before conducting autopsy on a decomposed body found in a drainage pipe near the home of a woman who’s been missing for more than two years.
Some local schools have begun warning parents of a new smartphone app that kids can use to anonymously post vicious and nasty comments about each other.
A proposed ordinance backed by most of the City Council would require employers in the city to provide paid sick leave for most of their workers.
Three firefighters went to the hospital overnight after they slipped and fell on ice while battling an extra-alarm blaze at a foundry in west suburban Batavia.
Heavy snow and cold created a slippery mess at an intersection in downtown Hammond Wednesday morning.
Republican candidates for governor in Illinois’ upcoming primary election turned on each other Wednesday night.
A Chicago Water Department employee found the body about 10:45 a.m. Wednesday. The body was reportedly decomposed.
The City Council gave final approval Wednesday to an ordinance banning pet shops from buying their animals from so-called “puppy mills” and similar places.
Eight children and an adult were taken to hospitals Wednesday morning, after a daycare van, a Megabus, and two cars were involved in a crash on the Dan Ryan Expressway.
It’s the newest thing: You get a notice of a parking ticket in the mail, along with so-called evidence that the violation occurred. But, viewers have complained to the CBS 2 Investigators that the photographic proof taken by city workers may prove nothing at all. Pam Zekman tells us what’s going on here.
Bella Rodrigues has been at Lurie Children’s Hospital, since January 20th. As the 7 year-old fights a mystery virus that’s ravaging her heart, hundreds of people fill a New Lenox Culver’s to raise money for her mounting medical bills.
It’s the end of the road for Curie High School basketball players dreaming of a 2014 state championship after being stripped of their city title.
Right now Lake Michigan is 90-percent covered in ice and when it melts, it could save you money.
It’s been an advertising blitz almost from the get-go, but now, GOP gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner seems to be on the air more than ever.