With '93 Chicago Visit, Mandela Raised Millions To Run For President Of South AfricaNelson Mandela, who died at age 95 today, created quite a stir when he visited Chicago back in 1993. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Pop Warner Contenders Need Money -- Fast -- To Hit Football Playoffs In OrlandoThe Hoffman Estates Junior Midgets are champions of an 11-state region. They need to come up with $32,000 to pay expenses.
Walter's Perspective: Fire Department's Boot Collection Poses DangerSure, it's for a great cause, but CBS 2's Walter Jacobson says firefighters should not leave their stations to ask motorists to "fill the boot" at intersections.
Rooftop Pastor Halfway Through His Cross-Country TrekCorey Brooks, the "rooftop pastor" who hopes to build a community center in West Woodlawn, on Friday reached Chicago as he continues his way to Los Angeles. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Obama Supporters Asked To Raise Big Bucks--NowPresident Barack Obama's key re-election fund-raisers are being asked to come up with some big bucks and fast.
Cash-Strapped Schools Finding Creative Ways To Raise MoneyChicago public schools are resorting to renting space and other measures to raise cash amid budget deficits. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Del Valle Confident He Can Win With Less Than $1MChicago City Clerk Miguel del Valle said Friday that he thinks he can win the race for mayor with less than $1 million, while other top candidates plan to spend several million dollars.