Here's How To Encourage Healthy Eating Habits In Your KidsMeet Elena Marre, who founded The Kids' Table, a cooking school in Chicago that holds classes for kids and families, starting at 2-years-old.
Chicago Half Marathon Raises $200K For CharitiesOrganizer Dan Lakin says it's not just about fitness and getting those medals, the race benefits several charities.
Man Allegedly Shot Downtown After Political ArgumentHe was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital and is in critical condition.
Garfield Park Farmers Market Open Through OctoberGarfield Park Farmers Market Manager Angela Taylor manages those markets, and says they could be an even more plentiful resource to the community.
DuSable Museum Watches Opening Of Smithsonian National Museum Of African American History & CultureHere in Chicago, many gathered at the DuSable Museum of African American History to watch the reveal, an emotional, yet powerful moment.
ADA Annual Walk Participants Hope To Help Stop DiabetesThe American Diabetes Association will have a Diabetes walk on Oct. 15 at 10 a.m. at Montrose Harbor, 601 W. Montrose Ave.
Father Of Slain Boy Sets Aside His Criminal Past, Seeks RedemptionAntonio Brown was vilified when his 7-year-old son, Amari Brown, was killed by a bullet meant for him. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Chicago Police Arrest More Than 30 For Allegedly Selling Spiked HeroinA parent whose daughter overdosed on fentanyl-laced heroin praises the crackdown. CBS 2's Sandra Torres reports.
Senior Softball Players Balk At Hanging It UpIn fact, the Chicago Hitmen are up for another championship this year. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole introduces us to the young at heart.
Chicago Teachers Union Tabulating Strike-Authorization BallotsWill they or won't they strike this year? The answer could be determined by ballots being tabulated over the next couple of days. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Beloved Firehouse Mascot "Bull" Back Home SafeThe beloved mascot from a firehouse in the Englewood neighborhood was back home Friday, after disappearing more than a month ago, thanks to a woman who spotted him on the street on Thursday.
Rahm Runs With CPD Recruits, Calls On City To 'Strap On Your Shoes' To Fight CrimeHours after outlining his blueprint for reducing gun violence in Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel went for a pre-dawn run with a group of police recruits, and reiterated his plan to get more cops on the streets, and provide mentors to youths in high-crime communities.

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