The slow fade of the “Redskins” nickname is taking shape.
Even when consumers decide to book a trip at the last minute, they can still find some great bargains.
Chicago photographer Ashlee Wells Jackson has come up against two formidable opponents, Facebook and Instagram, in her quest to help mothers feel good about their post-baby bodies.
The Elgin Police Department credited its use of Facebook for helping catch an escaped mental health prisoner earlier this week.
It happened while Anthony Avila was walking home from school in Joliet on Monday. CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
The way Gurnee Mayor Kristina Kovarik sees it, panhandlers have found too many willing donors among the many people who visit the village for shopping and amusement parks. She fears their numbers will only swell as crowds grow this summer.
In seven years, the knowledge and commitment of Blackhawks fans has changed for the better.
Going on a road trip? Here’s a list of great tips to make your outing that much better.
The New York Times has created a fascinating map of the geography of baseball fandom.
Careful about your in-game tweets, because authorities are likely watching.
Scandale Fritz, 17, pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault and Judge Timothy Joyce sentenced him to 13 years on each count to be served consecutively, for a total of 26 years.
Sorry Facebook, you suck at romance.
Singles in Chicago looking for “relationship formation” had better rent a U-Haul, according to an analysis by Facebook.
Facebook turned 10 years old on Tuesday, and figured it was better to give a birthday gift than receive.
Bears fans, remember way back to the start of the season, when you were filled with happiness after that opening game win against Cincinnati? Facebook does, too.
Who could have imagined it? A dog lost in Highland Park is found, thanks to a woman in Poland. How did it happen? CBS 2’s Mike Parker has this Original Report.
Senator Dick Durbin stands by a controversial Facebook posting, but says he may take it down now that the White House has discredited it, reports WBBM’s Nancy Harty.
Thomas Braasch, 19, is charged with threatening a classmate at Alan Shephard High School in Palos Heights on Facebook.
The suspects asked the 12-year-old victim three times to engage in sex acts. She refused the first two times, but then agreed the third time because she knew the suspects were gang members, and feared they would shoot her.
On his Facebook page, Durbin claimed one GOP congressman flat-out insulted the President and said, “I cannot even stand to look at you.”