Women's March Crowd Estimated At 300,000The event, which kicked off at 11 a.m. today, features music, marching and speeches.
More Protests Over Englewood School PlanChicago Public Schools proposes building a new, $85 million high school in Englewood to replace four others it would close.
Robocalls: Who, Why And How To Stop ThemIf you think you are receiving more robocalls than ever, you're correct. 30.5 billion robocalls were placed nationwide in 2017.
More Pipe Problems Expected With Next Week's Warm UpWarm-ups cause a whole new stream of problems, plumbers say.
12 Displaced By Apartment Building FireEight children were among them.
Chicago Teen Invited To U.S. Wheelchair Basketball Team TryoutsA local 13-year-old has a chance to take one of 12 spots on the U.S. Women's Wheelchair Basketball team.
Police: Strong-Arm Robbers Target Pedestrians In Wicker ParkPolice are warning residents about a series of strong-arm robberies reported this month near the Damen Blue Line station in the Wicker Park neighborhood.
Addison Police Officer Delivers Baby At HomeAn Addison police officer helped save a baby born at home Tuesday morning -- and the officer calls it a "Christmas miracle."
People Actually Waited In Line To Pay Property Taxes EarlyTens of thousands of people lined up to pay their taxes Thursday just days before Christmas, before the Republican tax bill goes into effect. CBS 2’s Audrina Bigos explains.
Woman Attacked At Bucktown Convenience StoreA surveillance camera inside the convenience story at Milwaukee and Concord caught the encounter Tuesday morning.
At Least 12 Dead In Tourist Bus Crash In MexicoA bus carrying cruise ship passengers to Mayan ruins in eastern Mexico flipped over on a highway early Tuesday.
Woman Hurt During CarjackingA 20-year-old woman was seriously injured during a carjacking Saturday morning in the South Loop.