Several buses, vans and caravans are on the way from Chicago to Selma, Alabama, to celebrate a civil-rights milestone. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Derrick Blakley, veteran reporter here at CBS2, reflects today on how the act impacted his life.
Gail Wise was a new teacher just looking for a convertible to make the commute to her suburban school, but the only convertible the salesman at Johnson Ford had on the lot was a brand new model that was still under wraps.
For 12 years, veteran WXRT disc jockey Terri Hemmert has been hosting her labor of love, “Breakfast with The Beatles.” CBS 2’s Rob Johnson reports.
Chicago’s Francis Cardinal George is celebrating half a century in the priesthood.
History buffs can have loads of fun surfing the Internet on a new online exhibit marking the 50th anniversary of the dedication of O’Hare International Airport.
Even before the formal dedication ceremony in 1963, O’Hare had begun transforming from a former orchard into an economic engine for the city.
A dozen couples, who are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversaries this year, renewed their vows Saturday at the Field Museum.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the first major disaster of the jet age.