Boston Bombings

Several people were injured in a pair of explosions at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013. (Credit: WBZ-TV)

One Year Later, Chicago Area Runners Remember Boston Bombings

One year ago, Mark Busiak was in Boston and on Tuesday, he stood outside Old St. Pat’s where bells marked the anniversary of the Boston tragedy.


Police Supt. Garry McCarthy discusses the spike in homicides in January 2013 on the CBS 2 Morning News on Feb. 1, 2013. (Credit: CBS)

Chicago Already Implementing Safety Lessons From Boston Bombings

CBS 2 Chief correspondent Jay Levine sat down with Superintendent McCarthy, and began by asking the simple question: Are we safe?


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Chicago May Update Emergency Plans In Wake Of Boston Terror Attack

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 .


Runners take part in a  unity run to show solidarity with those killed and injured in Boston. (Credit: CBS)

Local Runners Cheer Capture Of Boston Bombing Suspect

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. (Credit: CBS)

Security Expert Provides Tips On How To Look For Suspicious Activity

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.


Sadie, a dachshund, visits with Bernadette Slesinski-Evans, a cancer patient at Rush University Medical Center. (Credit: Rush University Medical Center)

Chicago Area Therapy Dogs Arrive In Boston

Five friendly retrievers are now in Boston trying to help ease the pain inflicted by the Marathon Bombing.