Santa is getting some big help from a little elf in Chicago this Christmas. A South Side 5th grader is collecting toys for disaster victims in the south and homeless children right here Chicago.
Stevenson High School just two months ago sponsored a forum to discourage students from sharing inappropriate images.
CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker shares a few ideas.
The officer said he played the anthem “Sweet Home Alabama” loudly in his squad car Sunday because he was a fan of the University of Alabama, according to a statement from the Chicago Police Department.
You’re in the holiday mood, ready to spend some money, but be careful: you could be the target of a holiday scam. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker takes a look at the top five scams that could ruin your holidays.
Was it a bad a choice of an iconic song? Or was it a racist message to weekend protesters? CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
A number of churches are planning peaceful protests on Sunday in response to the death of unarmed black suspects in police confrontations across the U.S.
CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker explains how Cyber Monday is morphing into Cyber Week.
Shoppers may give retailers an early present this holiday shopping season. Experts are predicting that this Black Friday weekend will be the best one since before the recession hit eight years ago.
When the protesters head home, and calm settles replaces chaos, will we see any changes in Ferguson? That’s a question some are asking. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker talks to those offering answers.
The best deals may not be on Black Friday or Cyber Monday. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Chicago was paying a last tribute Monday to its first and only female mayor, as funeral services were held for Jane Byrne at the church where her mother attended grammar school, and her grandparents were early members.
Parents at one of the city’s elite magnet schools are threatening to pull their students out of sex education classes. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
After apparently laying low for several months, the so-called Bully Bandit has struck again, robbing three more Chicago banks in the past month.
A high school security officer is hopping mad because her car was illegally towed — and she’s got the video to prove it.
Roberto Topia Gonzalez was killed when a brick facade collapsed on top of him and three others on Saturday. As CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, local and federal officials and family members have questions for the owner.
The price increase has been described by some congressmen as staggering. They’re joining doctors, pharmacists and patients in asking why. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
In another stunning reversal in a 1982 double murder, Cook County prosecutors have thrown out the conviction of 64-year-old Alstory Simon, whose videotaped confession freed Anthony Porter from death row in 1999, approximately 48 hours before Porter was to be executed.
They can’t be taken for granted. They’re notoriously independent voters. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports from Gary, Ind.