A company that contracted with the city to put up digital advertising has inspired the wrath of some Northwest Side residents. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
The image of the billboard could have come out of a episode of the old MTV cartoon show, “Beavis & Butthead.”
The sign sits off busy Interstate 55, west of Harlem Avenue. It pairs a rifle with what some say are “pure American” symbols. CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
A Chicago woman who lost her son to street violence said if more parents were doing what she’s doing, police might be able to solve more murders.
You might think a man who lives in North Carolina putting up a billboard in Chicago looking for dates is a desperate move, but Gordon Engle doesn’t think so.
A South Bend man is getting the new kidney he needs, thanks an unusual idea from his family, and the generosity of a stranger.
A missing persons case that is almost six years old is getting a boost. WBBM NewsRadio’s Steve Miller reports.
ow would you like to have somebody else make your mortgage payments for a year? Almost 400 Chicago area homeowners have signed up for a chance to make it happen, CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
CRYSTAL LAKE, Ill. (CBS) — An electronic billboard proposed to be built just outside Crystal Lake has city leaders so vexed, they’ve increased the size of the city. As WBBM Newsradio’s John Waelti reports, the […]
If you’re driving down the Eisenhower Expressway on the city’s West Side, you might do a double take as you pass a new billboard featuring a dire warning about “butt cancer.”
An Englewood neighborhood billboard for a new shoot-‘em-up action movie is stirring an outcry. CBS2’s Mike Parker explains why community leaders are upset and want the billboard removed.
The idea is to offer special corporate-sponsored plates. Drivers would get a discount on the price, and businesses would put their logos on the plates.