The legendary duo of Bill Kurtis and Walter Jacobson signed off as anchors Thursday after a re-teaming of more than two years at CBS 2.
Coyote sightings in the western suburbs have increased, and small pets are being targeted by the wild animals. CBS 2’s Bill Kurtis reports.
While celebrating the second anniversary of their return to WBBM-TV, Bill Kurtis and Walter Jacobson today told colleagues on Tuesday that their contracts to anchor the station’s weekday 6 p.m. newscast have been extended through February 2013.
More and more of these big cats are turning up in the Midwest, looking for forested habitat. CBS 2’s Bill Kurtis reports.
Many veterans have complained that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs keeps them waiting months for benefits and, in some cases, medical care; but the V.A. says it’s working to speed up its process.
As more American troops leave Iraq and Afghanistan, more are coming home with disabilities, but any say the wait for their disability benefits and medical care is longer and more complicated than they ever expected.
Salty language? Check. Hungry patrons? Check. CBS 2’s Bill Kurtis gets behind the grill of the Lincoln Park institution, where customers get some lip with their grub.
For the first time in a century, people have been able to see a bald eagle nest in Cook County. As CBS 2’s Bill Kurtis reports, they came close to extinction in the U.S.
Chicago Sun-Times photographer John White isn’t only a witness to history. He’s made history himself.
Former Rod Blagojevich attorney Sam Adam Jr. still maintains that if all the tapes of wiretapped conversations had been played at trial, the outcome would have been different.
City officials are declaring Monday “Bill Kurtis Day” in Chicago.
Seventeen-thousand – that’s how many people go missing in Chicago every year. Ninety-eight percent of them are located, but CBS 2’s Bill Kurtis reports on two cases that have baffled police.
How does art free a brain that is hurting? Is there something in the creation that reacts with colors and process and form and texture? CBS 2’s Bill Kurtis reports.
A three-day clinic at Malcolm X College is drawing hundreds of people who would normally go without healthcare. It runs through Sunday.
It was during a July heat wave sixteen years ago when Chicago was shocked by the weather’s toll.
Imprisoned former Gov. George Ryan got to spend a few hours with his wife before she lost her battle with lung cancer Monday night.
Armed only with good intentions and connections to the community, CeaseFire workers try to cool boiling tempers, allowing young people time to think. CBS 2’s Bill Kurtis reports.
The summer season just started, and it’s already been a violent one in Chicago. CBS 2’s Bill Kurtis has been following a group that works tirelessly to prevent violence.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, who leads the nation’s most prevalent coffee chain, talks with CBS 2’s Bill Kurtis while publicizing his new book.
Alma Mendez went for a run in October 2007 on a Chicago Heights trail and never returned. Her sisters want help in solving her violent death.