Chicago Cop Up For 'Hero Of The Year' AwardChicago Police Officer Jennifer Maddox runs a program at the Parkway Gardens housing complex, partly at her own expense. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Purse-Snatchers Hit Northwest SideIn Chicago’s Albany Park neighborhood, police say two purse-snatchers have hit six times in different locations.
Metropolitan Opera To Investigate Sexual Misconduct Claims Against James LevineThe alleged abuse by the opera conductor reportedly began while he was the music director at the Ravinia Festival.
Guilty Verdicts In Black Souls Gang Racketeering TrialFourteen other Black Souls members pled guilty before the trial.
Cardinal Cupich To Visit Puerto Rico Per Pope Francis' RequestCardinal Cupich says he is bringing spiritual, and financial, support to the people of Puerto Rico.
Winter Overnight Parking Ban Starts FridayPeople parking illegally face a minimum $150 towing fee, a $60 ticket and a storage fee of up to $20 a day.
University Of Chicago Honors African American ScholarGeorgiana Simpson was one of the first female African Americans to earn a doctorate degree from a prestigious university.
Shoppers Dash To The Stores On ThanksgivingThirty-two million people were predicted to shop on Thanksgiving, according to the National Retail Federation.
Driver Killed In Dan Ryan Shooting, Child InjuredBefore the shooting, around 5:15 p.m., two vehicles were reported driving erratically on I-94 northbound local lanes at 51st Street.
'Funny Money' Used In Fraudulent Transactions: Aurora PoliceAurora police say counterfeit cash used for television and film production has played a role in several fraudulent transactions in recent months in the region.
Texting While Crossing The Street? It Could Cost YouIf you're not careful, you could be one step away from a big city fine.
Persons Of Interest In Toddler's Death Point FingersIt’s been six months since 17-month-old Semaj Crosby was found dead under a couch in a trash-filled home near Joliet.