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A 14-year-old Chicago girl who was one of several people wounded over the weekend is telling her story. CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
Northwestern University is mobilizing more support for its plan to tear down the old Prentice Women’s Hospital in Streeterville and put up a new medical research center in its place.
Occupy Chicago is fighting an effort by the Chicago Tribune to hand over the Web domain names for its publication that references the newspaper.
The parent company of the Chicago Sun-Times has purchased the Chicago Reader, reportedly for slightly under $3 million.
Today marks 100 years since the sinking of the Titanic.
A published report Monday said the Chicago Reader was up for sale and the Chicago Sun-Times had been approached as a potential buyer, but a popular Reader columnist cast doubt on the report soon afterward.
Journalist Marshall Rosenthal, counted a few years as a writer for CBS 2 in his long and illustrious career, died this week at the age of 71.
The redesigned, magazine-format Chicago Reader is now on newsstands, in the second overhaul of the free alternative news weekly in the past few years.
If you pick up a copy of the Chicago Reader this week, you’ll find some radical changes from the issue that came out last Thursday.
Two months after the CTA proposed closing five stops or even digging a new subway for the Red and Purple line ‘L’ system, improvements to the busy transit lines remains a hot topic.
The arts and alternative media communities are remembering Chicago Reader and Time Out Chicago writer Cliff Doerksen, who died last week at the age of 47.