Oak Lawn Man Held On $350K Bond For Animal Cruelty ChargesBond is set at $350,000 for a man accused of throwing two toy poodles off the top of a parking garage at Advocate Christ Medical Center.
Toy Poodles Dropped Five Floors From Christ Hospital, 1 DiesA 22-year-old Oak Lawn man was charged with two felony counts of animal cruelty.
Doctor Back Home After Trump Travel Ban Stranded Him In Abu DhabiDr. Amer Al Homssi traveled to the United Arab Emirates on Jan. 18 to get married, but when he tried to fly back to Chicago on Sunday, he was told his visa had been canceled, due to Trump’s executive order imposing a 90-day ban on travel to the U.S. by citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
Doctor Originally Blocked From Returning To Chicago Cleared For ReentryDr. Al Homssi's lawyers filed suit against the cancellation, but before it could progress, government attorneys reviewed his case, determined his visa was indeed valid, and cleared the doctor for reentry.
Doctor Blocked From Returning To Chicago Sues Trump Over Travel BanA doctor at Advocate Christ Medical Center who traveled to the United Arab Emirates to get married has now been stranded by the Trump administration’s travel ban, and cannot return to Chicago because he was born in Syria.
'Persistent Donor,' Man Receives Nickname After Organ DonationA Yorkville man gained last week a nickname after donating one of his kidneys.
3 Men Shot While Sitting In Parked Vehicle In Longwood ManorThe victims were sitting in a vehicle at 9:27 p.m. in the 9500 block of South Green when a male got out of another vehicle and fired shots.
Nurse Returns To Work At Hospital That Saved Her LifeA woman is reunited with doctors and nurses at Advocate Christ Medical Center who saved her life 10 years ago. Now, she's a nurse there.
Best Father's Day Gift Of All: A New Lease On LifeThis Father’s Day was one that a Homer Glen man is going to relish for the rest of his life. So will his family.
Inside Look At One Of Chicago Area’s Busiest Trauma CentersCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot spent an evening in one of the busiest emergency rooms in the Chicago area to see what it's like, firsthand.
South Side Trauma Center Plan 'Still Not Enough' For Some ActivistsThe University of Chicago’s plan to create an adult trauma center on the South Side might be a victory for advocates who have been demanding such a facility for years, but it’s not good enough for some activists and at least one South Side alderman.
Complicated Surgery Straightens Man's Back Six Years After Breaking SpineA Chicago man who broke his neck in an accident in 2009 has begun standing upright, and walking for the first time in years.