Summer means movie, but that can cost you a bundle, especially if you have kids like the Wrights, a suburban couple with four kids.
A 19-year-old man died Saturday morning after he fell down and suffered head injuries outside a residence in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, an autopsy has determined.
Demolition crews are clearing away what is left of Roy’s Furniture Company in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, which was reduced to rubble by an extra-alarm fire Tuesday afternoon.
The fun is over, for the time being, for some DePaul University students who decorated their dorm rooms thanks to the Chicago Transit Authority.
Thousands of Chicago college students will get a real-life lesson in tight security during the NATO summit in less than two weeks. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports some students will be locked out of their downtown campuses during the summit.
Charges are expected against two suspects, after a pair of DePaul University students were robbed near their dormitory in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.
If you knew nothing about basketball and randomly filled out a bracket, your odds would be 9.2 quintillion to one.
Following several days of protests by a small but determined band of students, DePaul University’s trustees went to great lengths Saturday to try to avoid them as they debated a tuition increase.
DePaul University will close its Loop campus during the NATO and G8 summits in May.
A DePaul University alumnus is showing his dedication to the school with a mammoth donation.
DePaul University will be taking over one of the buildings on the Children’s Memorial Hospital campus after the hospital moves from its Lincoln Park home.
DePaul sophomore Cleveland Melvin was named to the five-player All-Tournament at the conclusion of the Old Spice Classic Sunday night.
DePaul University ranked dead last in a recent “Sexual Health Report Card” measuring the availability of such services as contraception and STD testing.
Police have arrested a man suspected of groping at least two women near the DePaul University campus.
The stagnant job market appears to be having an effect on applications to Chicago’s business schools.
One of China’s most important exports isn’t steel, clothing, or electronics – it’s students. Chinese students are flooding United States graduate schools.
On his official 100th day in office on Tuesday, Mayor Rahm Emanuel was applauding an information technology firm for bringing 200 more jobs to the city of Chicago.
The message on Wall Street on Wednesday was simple: uncertainty. The see-saw at the stock market was giving consumers little confidence about the future of the economy.
If there’s no agreement on the federal debt ceiling by Tuesday, it could mean trouble for anyone who gets money from the government, including Social Security recipients, veterans and the millions of students who depend on federally-backed student loans.
Recent studies have shown that many Americans don’t know very much about American History. One DePaul University professor says she’s not surprised.
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