March For Our Lives In ChicagoDespite the cold weather, tens of thousands of students are expected to participate in the march against gun violence.
Chicago Students To March In D.C.Chicago is also prepping for its own march to end gun violence.
Gun Control March Set For SaturdayPeople who couldn't make the trip to D.C. are preparing to protest here in Chicago.
Dozens Rally Downtown For Health Care ProgramDoctors, med students, health professionals all spoke about the importance of funding the Children's Health Insurance Program - or CHIP.
Demonstrators Blast Plan For $95M First-Responder AcademyActivists say the money going toward the West Side project would be better spent on other things, such as education. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Hundreds March To Springfield In Demand For A State BudgetA couple hundred people began marching Friday afternoon to Springfield to demand that the legislature pass a budget - one that has more money for social services.
Anti-Abortion Activists Pray Outside Chicago Planned ParenthoodClinic escorts and police watched a couple dozen activists quietly pray outside a Planned Parenthood clinic at LaSalle and Division.
Chicago Protesters Demand Decriminalization Of Sex WorkAbout two dozen sex workers and their advocates demonstrated at Daley Plaza Wednesday afternoon, calling for decriminalization of the sex trade.
Demonstrators Skeptical Of Chicago Mayor's Public Safety PlanAbout 100 people staged a protest outside of Malcolm X College as Mayor Emanuel laid out his highly anticipated plan to curb gun violence in Chicago.
Topless Protest Returns To Chicago's North Avenue BeachChicago bans women from publicly revealing "any portion of the breast at or below the upper edge of the areola..."
Generational Conflict Evident Among Laquan McDonald ProtestersAt least 100 people gathered Monday night for a demonstration and prayer vigil outside Chicago Police Headquarters at 35th and Michigan.
Demonstrators: Send U.S. Troops To Fight ISIS, Help Assyrian ChristiansMargaret Khamoo, president of the Assyrian American Aid Society, says there's no sign that ISIS is being bothered much by allied air strikes.