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.
In this Original Report, CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez shares one woman’s emotional journey- and efforts to expand adoption laws.
A Kane County judge has decided Stacy Fiebelkorn automatically forfeited her 30 horses, donkeys, and other animals; because she didn’t pay for their upkeep.
The 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.
A 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.
This week, a small South Korean girl will be returned to her native country, after her adoptive parents lost a legal fight to keep her. CBS 2′s Derrick Blakley explains.
Two women, who battled an emptiness in their hearts for so long, were reunited Monday. Those two hearts are full again. CBS 2′s Mike Parker reports.
CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley was in court for the latest chapter in what’s become an international and emotional drama.
A recent law signed in the U.S. deems Russia as a human rights violator, which caused an uproar in Moscow.
The Greater Chicago Cage Bird Club is putting all of the birds up for adoption beginning Tuesday Dec. 4. CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
A Chicago area bird organization that took in hundreds of birds that were allegedly being inadequately cared for by their owner plans to put the birds up for adoption.
In July, Kendall County Animal Control was asked by other county agencies to assist at a home that had several cats inside.
An organization in Hammond, Ind., called “We Care From The Heart,” is looking for volunteers to “adopt” seniors and disabled people, to help improve their quality of life.
A hearing is being held Thursday to determine the future for 43 puppies that were found in a cramped parked vehicle last week.
A judge is allowing the American Civil Liberties Union to intervene in the battle over adoption rights for same-sex couples.
The state has resumed referring foster care cases to Catholic Charities, as a court battle continues over the right to turn away same-sex couples in civil unions.
A Chicago mother who lost her kids because she was deemed an unfit parent now has them back.
Police say the victims come from all over the country — people who wanted to be parents, but now say they got scammed on an adoption Web site.
Talk show queen Oprah Winfrey today revealed on her show that she recently leaned that she has a sister named Patricia living in Milwaukee.