Convicted Cop Killer Jackie Wilson Hopes For A New Trial, Dozens Of Police Attend HearingDozens of Chicago police officers were on hand Tuesday for a hearing to determine whether convicted cop killer Jackie Wilson will get a new trial.
Thinking About Investing In Bitcoin?How are they used; should you invest? Here's a closer look at how fortunes are being made with the digital currency.
Flossmoor Hosts Annual Martin Luther King Day Of ServiceChicago-area students spent Monday's holiday celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy with a Day of Service.
Prices Mostly Going Up In 2018, With A Few ExceptionsCan you guess which items may actually decrease in price this year? CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
With Some Apps, Lose Weight, Gain MoneyMaybe all you need to stay on your New Year's diet is to put some money on the line.
Minority-Led Firms Will Build Obama LibraryCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker explains how the construction of the presidential library will not be business as usual in Chicago.
Stakes High At Chicago's 'Heat Court' During Bitter ColdThe City of Chicago is taking court action against landlords and building owners for failing to provide enough heat or hot water in this frigid weather.
Boil Order In Place In South Chicago HeightsResidents of a south suburb are forced to boil their water after the cold weather caused three water main breaks.
For Some, There Is An Escape Hatch From The ColdCan you get away from frigid Chicago this weekend without breaking the bank? CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker gets tips from an expert.
Harassment Suit Plaintiffs Skeptical About Ford CEO's ApologyCBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker talked with current and former employees of Ford, who are among those CEO Jim Hackett is apologizing to.
Cops Seize Guns, Drugs Sold Through Secret Facebook Groups“That’s a billion-dollar industry. Certainly they can spend a little money to ensure that these types of things don’t happen,” Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said. “Quite frankly they haven’t been very friendly to law enforcement to prevent these things.”
Emanuel Calls City Lawyers' Plan To Sue Quintonio LeGrier Estate 'Callous'"The city is dropping the motion filed yesterday in the civil suit regarding the death of Bettie Jones. We are constantly evaluating and reevaluating our legal strategies, and we have determined the motion is not the best course of action," Chicago Law Department spokesman Bill McCaffrey said.