Ex Bears WR Turned Surgeon Speaks About Gun ViolenceThe group of students from 20 schools hit hard by violence heard from Dr. Greg Primus, a former Bears wide receiver who played three years in Chicago and went on to become a surgeon.
Memphis Man Who Fell To His Death At Hotel IdentifiedEric Paul Janssen of Memphis, Tenn. was the 44-year-old man who fell to his death from a downtown Chicago hotel earlier this week in an apparent accident.
Chicago Officially Submits Bid For Amazon's HQ2The city of Chicago has officially submitted its bid to be home to Amazon's second headquarters.
2 Investigators: Rusted Light Poles 'Very Worrisome'A corroded pole fell on top of Lauren Lammy's automobile. Could people be the next victims? CBS 2's Dave Savini reports.
10 Shot, 3 Fatally, In Columbus Day Gun Violence Across ChicagoThree men were killed and at least seven other people were wounded in shootings on Columbus Day in Chicago.
Experimental Drug By Chicago Dr. Helps Girl With Childhood Alzheimer'sAn ultrasound confirmed Mirian had an enlarged spleen and liver, classics signs of a storage disorder. She was identified as Niemann-Pick Type C. It's is believed to be fatal.
Wheaton H.S. Forfeits Game For Safety ConcernsSt. Francis is citing a shooting incident last week near Altgeld Park on the city's west side which is Hope Academy's home field.
Chicago Ramps Up Active Shooter Drills In 2017 Before Vegas ShootingMayor Rahm Emanuel says Chicago had already been preparing for violent emergencies like the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas.
State Of The Art Facilities Unveiled At Three Chicago SchoolsChicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Public School officials have cut the ribbons on three facilities within the school system.
City Of Chicago Sues Equifax For Millions Over Massive Data BreachThe city of Chicago is suing the credit reporting company Equifax over a data breach that exposed personal information of about 143 million people.
Doctor: Assault Weapons Cause Catastrophic InjuriesIn his 32 years at Stroger Hospital, Dr. Richard Keen has treated thousands of gunshot victims.
Local Leaders Want Businesses To Help With Earthquake Relief“I think that Chicagoans have a big heart. If you can donate only one dollar, it’s a dollar more than we had.”