A Gurnee family is ignoring a Lake County order to take down their neighborhood ice rink. CBS 2′s Brad Edwards reports.
Tiarria Stallworth was struck by a white sport-utility vehicle in the 8700 block of South Burley Avenue last month.
Garrett Evans, Chicago-born and -raised, was wounded in the Virginia Tech massacre that left 32 dead more than five years ago. CBS 2′s Brad Edwards talks with him about Newtown, Conn.
Porshe Foster, 15, was a sophomore in high school, a straight-A student, an aspiring architect, and an athlete. CBS 2′s Brad Edwards reports.
“I think it’s incredible. I mean, we couldn’t have asked for anything better,” January Overton said. “I truly believe that this is gonna change drastically what’s happening on our block, and in the area.”
The youth-centric retailer Urban Outfitters is hawking its Christmas merchandise along with some nasty language this year.
The 29-year-old mother injured last week in a hit-and-run while strapping her child into a car seat is doing much better, CBS 2′s Brad Edwards reports. Now, her family wants to know the identity of the driver.
Nearly 70 people lost everything this past weekend, when an extra-alarm fire ripped through their condo building in the Morgan Park neighborhood.
Roughed up, but back to their winning ways, the Bears are the big ticket in town. However, with the success comes more trouble.
It was a hearty Thanksgiving for many, but especially heavy on the heart of a Monee man. He’s thankful, and a medical marvel to boot.
A Blue Island man was extra thankful this Thanksgiving; thankful to be home on dry land with his family, and enjoying the holiday. Drew Salapatek, 28, survived the sinking of the replica of the HMS Bounty during Hurricane Sandy last month.
CBS 2′s Brad Edwards talks with the family of a fifth-grader who says an Antioch elementary teacher gripped her arm so hard there were bruises.
CBS 2’s Brad Edwards reports on one victim’s complaint, which led authorities to an alleged scam artist.
CBS 2’s Brad Edward went to O’Hare International Airport to hear to the stories of Chicagoans who were stranded in the Northeast this week.
A suburban family has been trying to get help from BP, after their car was crippled this summer, in the wake of a fuel contamination problem at their refinery in Whiting, Ind.
The fallout from Lance Armstrong’s decision to step down from his Livestrong cancer awareness charity, and Nike’s decision to cut ties with the disgraced cyclist, have been felt all across the nation, including right here in Chicago.
Skunks – it’s what the stink’s all about. In the northern suburbs – skunks are making a big stink.
Feeling hosed at the gas pump? So is the State of Illinois. Multiple agencies are finally starting to reap the rewards of a multi-year investigation targeting gas station owners who withhold sales tax revenue.
Nick Viverito watched his best friend die this weekend, when his friend’s throat was slashed during a weekend trip to watch the Chicago Bears play in Florida.
A twist in Sauk Village’s water saga – officials have said the water supply is safe, but some residents still aren’t drinking it, even though they’re paying a lot more for it now.