Hundreds of drivers got an expensive lesson on parking in Chicago on Saturday, after their cars were towed for violating the city’s overnight winter parking ban.
He’s at it again. The pastor who received national attention for spending 94 long days on the roof of a shuttered South Side motel is spending some more time outside.
CBS 2′s Courtney Gousman talked to some tree experts to get the tips you need to know before making the big decision.
A man was killed and four others critically injured in a crash Sunday morning that shut down both directions of the Dan Ryan Expressway (I-90/94).
A botched robbery attempt has an Oak Brook doctor in stable condition tonight.
Saturday night, there were e a lot of smiles and excitement as Magnificent Mile lit up.
Chicago police say they are now looking for a blue, gray, or dark-colored Mercury Grand Marquis in relation to a deadly hit-and-run in the city’s Belmont Central neighborhood Saturday night.
Family, friends and colleagues of a “larger than life” Chicago firefighter were mourning the loss of a man who they said “was always a hero to us.”
Sunday is typically a heavy day for air travel and right now, everyone is trying to beat Hurricane Sandy.
Officials were investigating the cause of a fire that killed one man and injured his brother in the Logan Square neighborhood early Saturday.
The boyfriend of a missing Calumet City woman was charged Saturday with her murder, police announced.
Teachers apart of the North Shore School District tell CBS 2′s Courtney Gousman, that if they can’t reach an agreement tonight during contract negotiations, they will begin striking tomorrow.
Kebede, 25, crossed the finish line Sunday morning with a time of 2:04:38, a new course record.
Hundreds of people turned out Saturday morning for the funeral of 14-year-old Dajae Coleman, the boy who was gunned down last weekend while walking home from a party on the west side of Evanston.
High school football made a comeback in a big way Saturday, as hundreds of Chicago Public Schools students took to the field for the first time since the nine-day teachers’ strike put games on hold.
It was back to the old routine for 357,000 Chicago Public Schools students and their parents Wednesday morning, with the teachers’ strike that kept them out of school for seven days now over.
Teachers in north suburban Lake Forest are meeting with school district leaders Monday morning to try to hammer out a contract. Meantime, Lake Forest High School students were back in class, despite the fact teachers have been on strike since Wednesday.
Parents have been taking their kids to 144 “Children First” sites for alternative activities and meals, but it turns out picketing teachers are showing up at the sites too.
The Blue Angels closed out Chicago’s 54th annual Air & Water Show this afternoon. For spectators, it was all about the view. CBS 2′s Courtney Gousman found some unique spots where people found a different perspective for the Air & Water Show.
From the Red Hot Chili Peppers to local bands trying to make it big, Lollapalooza kicks off Friday in Grant Park.