Closing Adoption Agency Notifies Couple By Email They Won't Get A BabyJames and David Hickey say they shelled out $15,000. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Women Convinces Sisters To Adopt Her Daughter's SiblingsIt started with a wish that became a reality. A woman's two sisters adopt her daughter's siblings.
Adoption Can Be Challenging For Multi-Racial FamiliesBut not insurmountable. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Plainfield Girl Asks To Be Adopted At Her Own Graduation PartyThis weekend, Lauren presented her mom’s boyfriend with a very special gift to make their father-daughter relationship official.
In Viral Video, Young Woman Gives Man Who Raised Her The Ultimate Gift: Adoption PapersUnderstandably, the gift brought him to tears.
Adoptions At Anti-Cruelty Society Free On Valentine's DayYour Valentine could be waiting for you at the pound. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports the Anti-Cruelty Society is running a special adoption event Sunday.
Photographer Putting Faces To Illinois Foster KidsCBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez has more on a "Heart Gallery" and the photographer’s labor of love.
Lombard Teen Dies Suddenly On Vacation Lija Angela Yu Yin Hyssong was abandoned in China in 1998 as an infant. Eighteen months later, she was adopted by a loving couple from west suburban Chicago. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Illinois Adoptees Receiving Original Birth Certificates Thanks To New LawIn this Original Report, CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez shares one woman's emotional journey- and efforts to expand adoption laws.
Animals Seized From Hampshire Farm To Be Put Up For AdoptionA Kane County judge has decided Stacy Fiebelkorn automatically forfeited her 30 horses, donkeys, and other animals; because she didn’t pay for their upkeep.
Aurora Family Has Been Waiting Years To Adopt Bolivian ChildThe Wieseman family from west suburban Aurora is still trying to bring 5-year-old Cecilia home. As CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez reports, time is of the essence.
Illinois Lawmaker Testifies In Pennsylvania On Adoption LegislationA state representative from Illinois who's used to writing and voting on legislation has found herself on the other side of the process, reports WBBM's Nick Young.