Million Dollar Lotto Ticket Sold On NW SideWinners have up to a year from the original drawing date to claim their prizes.
Mosque Brings Politicians, The Curious To WheatonHundreds of inquisitive neighbors filled the Islamic Center of Wheaton for today's event.
Man Wanted For Using Elderly Woman’s Stolen Credit CardThe man used a card stolen from an elderly woman to make multiple purchases between Sept. 10 and Sept. 12 at stores in the Joliet area.
Downtown Street Closures For Mag Mile ParadeThe festival’s tree lighting parade steps off at 5:30 p.m. from Oak Street and North Michigan Avenue and will proceed south on Michigan to Wacker Drive and then east to Columbus Drive.
Lotto Tickets Worth $675,000 Sold In Harvey, Heart Of ChicagoThe “Lucky Day Lotto” tickets both matched all five numbers in Wednesday night’s drawing, 04 – 15 – 24 – 25 – 45, according to the Illinois Lottery.
Students, Grown-Ups Celebrate The Holiday SeasonChristmas may be more than a month away but that's not stopping some from getting into the holiday spirit.
Chicago Police Lieutenant Lends Homeless Veteran A Helping HandLocal businesses donated the materials and manpower to renovate a newsstand run by Anthony Johnson, an Air Force veteran who struggles with homelessness.
Vote Delayed On Former Deputy Mayor's Appointment To Chicago Police BoardMayor Rahm Emanuel’s appointment former Deputy Mayor Andrea Zopp to the Chicago Police Board hit a slight speed bump on Friday.
LA Radio Anchor Accuses Sen. Franken Groped, Kissed Her Without ConsentA Los Angeles radio news anchor is accusing Minnesota Sen. Al Franken of kissing her without consent and touching her breasts while she was asleep.
Police Board President Endorses Chris Kennedy For GovernorChris Kennedy also began airing television ads centering on his personal experience with gun violence. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley has more.
Activists Demand Cicero Pass Welcoming Ordinance To Protect Immigrants“We are seeing increased attacks against the immigrant community under the Trump administration,” said Irene Romulo, with Organized Communities Against Deportations.
Preckwinkle Outlines Plan To Make Up For Loss Of Soda Tax RevenueWhen commissioners voted to repeal the much-maligned sweetened beverage tax, they knew they would have to make up for $200 million in lost revenue.
Rauner Launches Re-Election Tour, Sets Sights On Madigan AgainThe governor said he would try to roll back the income tax approved over his veto earlier this year.
Getting Into The Christmas SpiritChoir members in Evanston and Christkindl market revelers get into holiday spirit. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Carjacking Takes ToddlerChicago police search for a carjacker who briefly took a toddler and thieves who took a string of vehicles Friday night.CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Cost Cutting Tips For The HolidaysCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports on how consumers can save money cutting out small fees and services.
Christmas Tree Lit At Millennium ParkOfficials flipped the switch on the holiday display, despite rainy weather.
The Battle Against Parkinson's DiseaseAs Rev. Jesse Jackson announced he has Parkinson's, CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov talked with one man about how the disease has changed his life.
Billboard Urges Convict's Release In '95 MurderPerhaps you have seen the sign: “Free Matt Sopron.” CBS 2's Rob Johnson sought the story behind it.
Felony Franks Closes, Owner Looking For Jobs For Ex-Con Workers"We had seven employees when we closed the doors, and what's going to happen to them is what keeps me up at night," owner Deno Andrews said.
Plan To Convert Historic Batavia Factory Into Apartments Could Stall On Final VoteThe Batavia City Council was scheduled to vote Monday night on the zoning amendments needed to make way for the $30 million project.
Japanese Company Awarding Six Extra Vacation Days To Workers Who Don't SmokeA marketing firm has announced it is awarding its non-smoking employees six more vacation days to make up for the breaks smokers take.
New Apple Store A Hazard To Birds, Rescue Group SaysThe highly praised Apple store along the Chicago River is yet another glass structure that pose a danger to birds, one advocate says.
Florida Governor Tries To Poach Jobs From Illinois; 'Your Taxes Are Too High'Florida Gov. Rick Scott was visiting Chicago on Wednesday, trying to lure businesses from Illinois to the Sunshine State.
$2.2 Billion Incentives Offered To Amazon Not Raising Alarms For AldermenAld. David Moore said, if Amazon builds on land not generating taxes now, then the $2.25 billion in financial incentives is not alarming.
'She’s Going To Get Rid Of Me Because She’s Gotten Rid Of All Of The Other Girls.' Survivor Castoff Desi Williams: Post Elimination Q&ADesi Williams opens up about her time on "Survivor."
'It Doesn't Feel Like A New Show': Matt LeBlanc and Liza Snyder Talk Man With A PlanMatt LeBlanc and Liza Snyder talk "Man With A Plan" on CBS.
'This Is The Blueprint Of How I Did It': Joy Mangano Discusses Her New Book 'Inventing Joy'Joy Mangano discusses her new book "Inventing Joy: Dare To Build A Brave And Creative Life" out now on Simon & Schuster.
'Casablanca' Celebrates 75th Anniversary With Local ScreeningsA chance to round up the usual suspect to watch one of the most films in movie history.
'The Lighter Moments Separate Our Show': Lina Esco On CBS's S.W.A.T.Actress Lina Esco discusses her character Chris on the CBS drama "S.W.A.T."
'I think my judgement was clouded:' Survivor Castoff Jessica Q&A
School Bands Together To Help Fight DiabetesStudents at St. Linus School in Oak Lawn donated a dollar to sport everything from blue wigs to blue nail polish instead of their traditional school uniforms. CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports.
State Troopers Save Woman Whose Heart StopsThey found Toni Klassy on the side of the highway and brought her back to life. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Epilepsy Drugs: Generics Not Optimum For SomeThree and a half million Americans cope with epilepsy, but the condition can be treated effectively with medications.
2 Investigators: Veteran's Cancer May Be Tied To Marine BaseMarines battling cancer say they were kept in the dark about carcinogen-laced drinking water at Camp Lejeune. CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.
40 Percent Of Doctors, Nurses Go To Work With The Flu, Survey FindsAccording to a survey of nearly 2,000 healthcare professionals, over 40 percent who say they've worked while sick actually had the flu as they met patients.
'Hamilton' Star Miguel Cervantes Kicks Off #MyShotAtEpilepsy ChallengeThe star of the Chicago production of “Hamilton” was meeting with hospital employees and patients on Monday, to help promote epilepsy research.
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.
Facebook Wants Your Nude Pics Now To Stop Revenge Porn LaterFacebook is partnering with a small government agency called e-Safety to curb sexual images from being shared without permission.
U Of I, U Of C, Northwestern Plan $1.2 Billion Research Hub In South LoopThe universities have teamed up to create what they hope will become the next big think tank in Chicago.
U.S. Takes On Japan In Highly-Anticipated Giant Robot BattleThe titanic fight will finally be aired after an American team of engineers challenged their Japanese opponents to the duel in 2015.
Woodlawn Manufacturing Facility Training Workers In RoboticsThursday was the grand opening of a high-tech job training and manufacturing facility in the Woodlawn neighborhood.
Yahoo Hack: Stop Using And Sharing Weak Passwords, Experts SayExperts also warn that the time after a data breach is the most vulnerable for phishing emails which are trying to steal more information.