Final Goodbyes For Commander Bauer"His wife Erin and daughter Grace have shown not just the city, but the country, what it means to be Chicago strong."
Notable Moments From Commander Bauer's FuneralWhile those speaking talked about his notable kindness, there were pointed words at the alleged gunman and how he was able to kill Bauer.
Canine Comfort For KidsIt's been a horrible, tragedy filled week. So a creative suburban principal tried to end it on a positive note.
People Pack The Polar PlungeThe Super Plunge kicked off a month's worth of plunge events benefiting the Special Olympics with the goal of raising two million dollars.
15th Anniversary Of E2 Tragedy21 patrons perished at the former club located at 2300 South Michigan.
Funeral For Commander Paul Bauer The funeral for Chicago Police Commander Paul Bauer was held in Bridgeport on Saturday.
Terrified Mom Gets Her Kids Bulletproof-Ready BackpacksA company manufactures bulletproof plates that can slip into backpacks to make them impervious to handgun fire. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Illinois Lawmaker: Fewer School Cops, More Services For Students In the wake of the Florida shooting, you may be surprised to learn there's a proposal in Illinois that could reduce the number of police officers in schools.
Rauner's Budget Sets Sights On State's Pension CostsGov. Bruce Rauner calls for gradually shifting the burden of paying for teacher pensions from the state to local school districts.
State Budget, Politics To Collide In Springfield WednesdayGov. Bruce Rauner is delivering his budget message in Springfield, but he is battling more than money problems this time around.
Woman Accuses Speaker Madigan's Office Of Covering Up Her Sexual Harassment ClaimsA 28-year-old political consultant who accused a longtime aide to House Speaker Mike Madigan of sexual harassment accused the speaker's office of a cover-up, and said the staffer, Kevin Quinn, never would have been fired if she hadn’t decided to go public with her story.
Speaker Madigan Fires Longtime Aide Kevin Quinn Amid Sexual Harassment ClaimsKevin Quinn allegedly made unwanted advances toward an unnamed woman and sent her "inappropriate text messages."
Barack And Michelle Obama's Official Paintings Unveiled At National Portrait GalleryNot only are the Obamas the first African-American president and first lady, but the artists who painted their portraits – Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald – are the first black painters to be commissioned by the gallery to create official presidential portraits.
Zumba For Heart HealthCBS 2's Audrina Bigos is dancing for heart health at the annual Zumba event at the National Latino Education Institute for American Heart Month.
Final GoodbyesCBS 2's Lauren Victory reports on the funeral for esteemed Chicago Police Commander Paul Bauer.
Providing Kids With ComfortWith a tragedy-filled week, a comfort dog stopped by a suburban school to help ease the fears of kids.
Escalante Pays TributeFamily friend First Deputy Superintendent John Escalante talks about what the tributes mean to the Bauer family.
Johnson: Today Is Bauer's DayPolice Chief Johnson says CPD is hurting and he won't discuss Bauer's alleged killer today. Today is for Paul Bauer.
Johnson Wants To Honor BauerChicago's police chief says he wants to name a facility for Bauer.
Young African Americans Eagerly Anticipate 'Black Panther'The Marvel superhero movie "Black Panther," featuring a mostly African-American cast, opens this weekend.
Report: Temptations Singer Dennis Edwards Abused Weeks Before DeathChicago police were investigating an allegation of domestic abuse filed just weeks before onetime Temptations lead singer Dennis Edwards died.
Dennis Edwards, Temptations Lead Singer, Dead At 74Edwards, a native of Detroit, died in Chicago, according to his family. He would have turned 75 on Saturday.
Dr. Phil Talks Career, Relationships And InfluencesDr. Phil discusses how his show has lasted 16 years and who has inspired him the most during his career.
2018 Grammy Awards: List Of Nominees In Top Categories Jay-Z is the leader of the 2018 Grammy Award nominations in a year where the top four categories are heavily dominated by rap and R&B artists, giving the often overlooked genres a strong chance of winning big.
J.K. Simmons Talks Career & New ShowAcademy Award winner J.K. Simmons discusses his career and his new show "Counterpart."
CBS Local Interview: Filmmaker Matthew HeinemanMatthew Heineman discusses his new series on Showtime "The Trade."
Soccer Field Safety Debated At Niles MeetingThe field at the new LoVerde Sports & Recreation Center contains crumb rubber – pieces of ground up tires. The jury is still out on the safety of the material.
Interactive Kiosks Hope To Teach Chicagoans CPRA recent study found nearly half of Americans don’t know how to perform CPR, and even fewer know the hands-only method.
Shoveling-Related Death Reported In DuPage CountyThe incident underscores the potential dangers of digging out of the snow, physicians tell CBS 2’s Audrina Bigos.
Four Children Have Died From Flu This Season Four children have died from the flu in Illinois so far this season, officials said Friday.
Careful With The Snow-Shoveling, Physician AdvisesDr. Brian Shortal of North Shore University Health System says as the amount of snow that falls increases, so do the health risks for some people.
iPhone Update Will Allow Users To Stop Battery Slowdown, Tim Cook SaysApple's CEO says a future iOS update will give older iPhone users the option to disable Apple's ramping down of performance, which Apple claimed was done to improve power management
Fitness Trackers Are Terrible At Measuring Calories Burned, Study SaysResearchers say that while the devices were very accurate at measuring a person's heart rate while working out, the models Stanford tested were off by as much as a shocking 93 percent when measuring calories burned.
Morgan Stanley: Bitcoin May Actually Be Worth $0Morgan Stanley executive director James Faucette has reportedly sent a memo to his group's clients that suggested the true value of Bitcoin was $0.00.
London Bus To Run On Fuel Made Of CoffeeBritish startup company bio-bean has created a coffee-based biofuel that will power some of London's famous red, double-decker buses.
What Does Net Neutrality Rollback Mean For You?The dismantling of net neutrality rules is seen as a major shift from Obama-era policies designed to treat all websites and content equally.
New Polar Satellite System To Bring More Accurate Weather ForecastsThe Joint Polar Satellite System will give meteorologists key weather information about hurricanes, floods, blizzards, and other extreme conditions.