Nurses, Classroom Aides, Other School Support Staff On Strike In PalatineMore than 450 support staff workers at one of the largest school districts in the state walked off the job Monday morning.
Neuroscientist Charged With Shoving Stranger Onto Blue Line Subway TracksChad Estep, 34, of the 1700 block of West Ellen Street, has been charged with felony counts of attempted murder and aggravated battery,
University Of Chicago Professor Wins Nobel Prize In EconomicsProf. Richard Thaler is being honored for his contributions to behavioral economics.
Smash-And-Grab Burglars Hit Austin Shoe StorePolice said a black truck crashed into the side glass wall of Villa shoe store on the 1500 block of North Cicero Avenue around 3:45 a.m.
Las Vegas Massacre Survivors 'Still Shocked' And 'Grateful To Be Alive'Elisha Seng can hardly believe she survived. She said she’s just looking forward to being able to hug her children again.
Some Players Take A Knee At High School Football GameWhile most Oak Park and River Forest players stood, at least 20 took a knee. Reactions from fans were mixed.
Some Websites Will Haggle On Your BehalfCBS 2 Cost Cutter Dorothy Tucker shows you how to save.
City Of Chicago Sues Equifax For Millions Over Massive Data BreachThe city of Chicago is suing the credit reporting company Equifax over a data breach that exposed personal information of about 143 million people.
Job Seeker Caught In State-Federal Spat Over Medical MarijuanaIllinois allows some patients to consume physician-prescribed marijuana, but the feds don't recognize it as a legal drug. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Chicago High School Cancels Rest Of Football SeasonIt’s game over for the Whitney M. Young Magnet High School Dolphins, and the news comes just two days before homecoming.
Class-Action Cash: How To Get SomeCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker shows us how easy it is for consumers to collect.
Equifax Breach: It Gets WorseCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker talks with a woman who says she was directed to the wrong website to protect herself.