CBS 2 Chief correspondent Jay Levine sat down with Superintendent McCarthy, and began by asking the simple question: Are we safe?
Mayor Emanuel says Chicago may revise its emergency medical plans in light of Boston’s response to the Boston Marathon bombings a week ago, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore .
Chicago runners say they were cheering last night when the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings was captured. And they breathed a collective sigh of relief.
Security expert and former Chicago police commander Neil Sullivan was at the wheel in a North Side neighborhood showing CBS 2 what to see and when something looks suspicious.
Five friendly retrievers are now in Boston trying to help ease the pain inflicted by the Marathon Bombing.