Brad Edwards

Federal officials raid a Schiller Park crematorium on Thursday night. (CBS)

Suburban Body-Donation Center Was Suspected Of Selling Parts At Time Of Federal Raids

A Chicago area center that collects donated bodies for medical research was suspected of selling anatomical parts when federal officials raided two sites earlier this year, according to a document obtained by CBS 2.

03/19/2015

U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock (left) and his father, Dr. Richard Schock (right) | Photo credit: Getty Images/CBS

Father: Schock Might Have Been ‘A Little Careless,’ But Most Allegations ‘Lies And Innuendos’

U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock’s father said the congressman is a “broken” man, after announcing he’ll resign from Congress at the end of the month, in light of a growing scandal over his business deals, and possible misuse of taxpayer and campaign funds.

03/18/2015

Gasoline pump. (Credit: Miguel Gutierrez/Getty Images)

Gasoline Prices Rising Again; How High Will They Go?

There are at least three factors driving the price surge, CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.

03/16/2015

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Former St. John, Ind. Police Commander Accused Of Sexual Harassment

Two women are accusing a now retired police commander of sexual harassment and abuse.

03/10/2015

Premiere Of Universal Pictures "Cowboys & Aliens" - Red Carpet

Harrison Ford Injured After Crash-Landing Plane

Ford’s publicist released a statement Thursday night saying the actor was flying a World War II vintage plane that had engine trouble on takeoff.

03/05/2015

A 4th grade student says a school bus driver was watching "50 Shades of Grey" on her phone while driving the bus. (Credit CBS)

Student Says School Bus Driver Watched “50 Shades Of Grey” On Phone While Driving

A suburban elementary school is investigating after students say a school bus driver watched “50 Shades of Grey” on a phone and the audio was played over the bus speakers.

03/04/2015

Sister Marie Valeria (CBS)

Chicago Comes Through For Cold Nuns

It’s been an incredible week of change for the Fraternite Notre Dame, whose members just days ago were freezing in a West Side church. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards brings us up to date.

02/26/2015

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Snowfall Creating Slick Conditions On Roadways

Snowfall Wednesday afternoon and evening is making the roads slick, creating havoc for cars.

02/25/2015

One of the nuns at Fraternite Notre Dame in Chicago prepares au gratin potatoes for the homeless while wearing a fleece coat, because the sisters' home is without heat, and temperatures inside are freezing. (Credit: CBS)

Offers Of Help Rolling In For Nuns Without Heat

After having gone more than two days without heat, and seeing temperatures in their church drop below freezing, a group of French nuns ministering to residents in the Austin neighborhood is asking for help raising the $200,000 they need to buy new boilers.

02/20/2015

The boiler for Fraternite Notre Dame has shut down during the cold snap. (CBS)

Nuns Without Heat Have Faith Someone Will Help

The sisters of Fraternite Notre Dame feed 200 homeless people each day and make home visits to bedridden patients. Now they are in need of help. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.

02/19/2015

Skokie Mayor George Van Dusen. (Credit: CBS)

Municipalities Brace For Rauner’s Proposed Budget Cuts

The cuts are just proposals right now, but as CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports the real world implications are already being felt.

02/18/2015

Chris Buccola talks with CBS 2's Brad Edwards about his heater's problems. (CBS)

Bad Time For The Heat To Go Out

And yet that’s happening to some Skokie residents, as the big chill descends. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.

02/16/2015

A city plow clears a residential street in the Bucktown neighborhood. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

More Snow Keeping Plows, Tow Trucks Busy

Another round of snow is keeping the plows in the Chicago area busy.

02/03/2015

Surveillance images show two suspects wanted in connection with the shooting death of a 14-year-old teen in Riverdale. (Riverdale Police)

Video Shows Suspects Gun Down Teen In Riverdale

On Sunday, 14-year-old Rashad Oliver, was found with a gunshot wound to the head in the 14300 block of South Dearborn Street.

01/29/2015

The College of DuPage board of trustees approved the retirement package for outgoing president Robert Breuder. (Credit: CBS)

COD Board Re-Approves Buyout Package For Outgoing President

The Board of Trustees for the College of DuPage reapproved a controversial buyout package for outgoing President Robert Breuder by a vote of 6-1 at a packed meeting Wednesday evening.

01/28/2015

A small drone hovers in the sky on February 1, 2014 during a meet-up of the DC Area Drone User Group. Drone enthusiasts from the Washington area, who come together regularly to fly their small machines, see great civilian potential for unmanned aerial vehicles, from construction work to wildlife conservation. AFP PHOTO / Robert MacPherson (Photo credit should read Robert MacPherson/AFP/Getty Images)

Drone Crash At White House Raises Wider Security Concerns

Low-flying drones have become increasingly sophisticated and affordable instruments that authorities worry could also become tools for terrorists or others meaning to do harm.

01/26/2015

Cara Labus (Orland Park Police)

Prosecutors: Junior High Teacher Sexually Abused Two Former Students

Cara Labus met the victims while she was a teacher and basketball coach at Jerling Junior High School in Orland Park, prosecutors claim.

01/23/2015

A homeless person (CBS)

City Conducts Homeless Count

The Department of Family and Support Services started the “point-in-time” count at 8 p.m. Thursday and was expected to wrap up overnight.

01/22/2015

The victim said he was approached by two armed men in broad daylight. (Credit: CBS)

Man Carjacked In Broad Daylight In Lincoln Park

The victim was startled by two armed men who demanded his BMW.

01/20/2015

John Butsch

Father Wonders: Did Raided Business Mishandle His Daughter’s Remains?

Imagine losing a child, donating their remains –- only to learn the people who handled those remains are under federal scrutiny. CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports.

01/16/2015

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