Seen on CBS 2
It’s a new beginning for millions of Catholics in Chicago as they celebrate a new leader in the Catholic Church. CBS 2’s Jeremy Ross talked to parishioners at Saint Barbara Catholic Church in Bridgeport.
Hundreds of Masses are held every weekend in the Chicago Archdiocese, and some of those are said in Croatian.
Bishop Blase Cupich said he was “surprised” and “overwhelmed” at being selected to succeed Francis Cardinal George as Archbishop of Chicago at a press conference Saturday morning.
Sixty-six-year-old Roland Hayes came home from Trinity Hospital Friday evening, bandages covering both his forearms. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
Friday night, Angel Lofton returned to where her 16-year-old son Devonshay Lofton was shot and killed Thursday night in Old Town.
Elgin police say Latinos now make up roughly 45 percent of the city’s 110,000 residents. But that presence isn’t as well represented on Elgin’s police force. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports on what some are calling Gov. Pat Quinn’s comeback.
As CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey reports, there is a surprising science behind the design of menus.
One motorist says his rear windshield was punched out about 7:30 a.m. Wednesday. CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
Karl Clermont recalls the booze-fueled encounter he had with an off-duty Chicago police detective in April 2009. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
Etizolam is considered a research drug. The way it is manufactured keeps it off the list of drugs illegal to sell, even though it can be dangerous. CBS 2’s Dave Savini reports.
(CBS) – A Tinley Park woman and her fiancé are finally home after struggling to get out of the storm-ravaged region. Matt Krivos and Tiffany Narwick, who are engaged, described their time stuck in Cabo, […]
Some county and union leaders are demanding action after the rape of a pregnant Chicago State University student, allegedly by a teen on electronic monitoring.
CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports some women feel it’s about time.
Allison Kessler works at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. As a third year physiatry resident, or rehab doctor, she is uniquely qualified for this job.
CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports the majority of one shift of the Hoffman Estates Fire Department went there for a wedding, and what happened isn’t a fairytale.
Surveillance cameras were rolling as a group of people broke into a high-end bike store on the North Side last weekend, stealing $20,000 worth of bikes and accessories.
50 feet up or 500 feet up, the king of the high-wire says what’s the difference. That as Nik Wallenda prepares to walk a tightrope about 500 feet above the Chicago River this fall.
There have been at least a half dozen fires set, most of them in alleys next to homes in the neighborhood.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is keeping a low profile and letting others attack, and respond to attacks by his political opponents.