With the economy finally on the upswing, many in Chicago are reconsidering education.
The Chicagoland area is ripe with opportunity for professionals with business degrees.
A DePaul University Legal Analyst is giving Drew Peterson only a slim chance for reversal of his murder conviction.
The move would create the country’s largest airlines.
A new study by DePaul University advises at least $2 billion a year in spending is needed for the Chicago area’s mass transit system, to avoid a meltdown of the aging network.
Could the DePaul Blue Demons share the same court as the Chicago Bulls?
In Chicago basketball lore, there’s no bigger “What if?” tale than that of Ben Wilson’s. And when it comes to Illinois basketball lore, the exact same question applies.
DePaul University announced today athletics director Jean Lenti Ponsetto has signed a five-year contract extension that will run through the 2016-17 academic year.
Get ready to head indoors with your walking, running or biking fitness plan at the following indoor tracks in the Chicagoland area.
This week marks 30 years of the annual Banned Books Week, and multiple Chicago area libraries and educational institutions are holding readings and discussions.
Tourism officials are applauding the possibility of locating a new sports arena near McCormick Place.
On the heels of a report about a possible move to the United Center for DePaul Blue Demons basketball, another account indicates that the university is also weighing far more ambitious plans.
A published report says in the near future, the Bulls may not be the only basketball team using the United Center as its home base.
Will County prosecutors are now taking on two high-profile murder cases at the same time in the same courthouse.
A new report says many suburbs are transit-friendly – that is, hospitable for those who are not traveling with a car.
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.