Meet Nicole, Someone Who Actually Likes RefereesThe youngster, who has autism, loves hockey, especially the officials who oversee games, CBS 2's Sandra Torres reports.
Illinois Senate Rejects Rauner's Veto Of Anti-Heroin BillSenate Democrats bucked Gov. Bruce Rauner's veto Wednesday in instituting a law to fight heroin abuse in Illinois, but ran into predictable Republican derision when they approved spending $3.8 billion to fund a variety of programs from breast cancer screenings to lottery prizes.
Someone You Should Know: The Kids At Giant Steps ElementaryFor the kids at Giant Steps Elementary in Lisle, a school for autistic students, it's a big deal: their own production of a show called "The Little Red Hen.”
Study On Newborn Horses Could Provide Clues On Autism In ChildrenCBS 2’s Marissa Bailey takes a closer look at the discovery in this Original Report.
Measles Outbreak: To Vaccinate Or Not VaccinateWith the potential to affect thousands, the recent outbreak of measles in the U.S. has placed a spotlight on a debate that’s raged for years.
Farm On Near West Side Teaches Job Skills To Autistic Young AdultsSome parents of young adults with autism were expressing thanks for a local program that has helped their children become more independent.
Paratransit Bus Drops Off Man With Severe Autism Miles Away From Home A man with severe autism ended up shivering in the cold all alone after being dropped off by a transit service miles from home.
Great Highwood Pumpkin Festival To Raise Funds For Autism Society Of Illinois The organizers of the annual Pumpkin Festival in Highwood have a new goal this year, reports WBBM's Regine Schlesinger.
Missing Boy With Autism Found SafeAn employee of the LL Bean store in Old Orchard Center found the boy, Brooklyn Venter, sitting on a stairwell in an "employee only" portion of the store.
Study Shows Treatment In Infants Reduces Symptoms Of Autism
Study Links Farm Pesticide Use To AutismA new study has found a link between a mother’s exposure to pesticides and her child’s risk of autism.
Chicago Family Makes Difference For Autism AwarenessFor Michelle and Peter Doyle, a trip to the doctor's office with their daughter Calen in 2006 changed their lives forever.