2 Investigators: Calling Out WasteThe new guy is Andrew Gasser, with a Darth Vader coffee mug and a Holy Bible at his desk.
Bridge Voicemail BombshellThe company behind the failed bridge, FIGG Bridge Group, is involved in the new Cline Avenue bridge in East Chicago.
2 Investigators: Illinois Drivers Dinged For Bogus TollsIllinois drivers are being charged for tolls on out-of-state roads they've never driven.
AG Candidate Under Fire After Previous Gay Adoption Comments ResurfaceComments candidate Erika Harold made about same-sex parenting as a contestant in the 2003 Miss America pageant have resurfaced.
Homeless Man's Death Gives New Life For His Feral Cats"These cats meant everything to him. They ate before he ate."
Bellwood Police Officer, Wife Killed In Central Michigan University ShootingPolice are searching for a Chicago area teen wanted for fatally killing his parents Friday at a Central Michigan University residence hall.
Terrified Mom Gets Her Kids Bulletproof-Ready BackpacksA company manufactures bulletproof plates that can slip into backpacks to make them impervious to handgun fire. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Soccer Field Safety Debated At Niles MeetingThe field at the new LoVerde Sports & Recreation Center contains crumb rubber – pieces of ground up tires. The jury is still out on the safety of the material.
2 Investigators: More Concerns About Crumb Rubber Soccer FieldNow, Niles Mayor Andrew Przybylo is calling on the park district to remove the potentially harmful surface from an indoor soccer field.
Family Of Suspect In Cop's Murder Feared, Avoided HimAn aunt and other family members said they tried to keep their distance from Shomari Legghette, who had several past convictions.
Report: Temptations Singer Dennis Edwards Abused Weeks Before DeathChicago police were investigating an allegation of domestic abuse filed just weeks before onetime Temptations lead singer Dennis Edwards died.
2 Investigators: Lower Wacker's 'Drifting' And Street-Racing ProblemWho will curb the speed demons and joy-riders? CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports on efforts to crack down.