In Chicago, Caitlyn Jenner Discusses Her TransitionJenner was in town for a fundraiser to benefit the transgender community and people with HIV.
Cops Hit Dunkin' Donuts Rooftops To Raise Money For Special Olympics Hundreds of police officers have been hanging out on the roofs of local donut shops on Friday, as part of an annual charity event.
'Bark In The Park' Shifted To The Web, Amid Canine Flu ConcernsThe Anti-Cruelty Society is modifying the annual event, WBBM’s Mike Krauser reports.
Rooftop Santa Reaches Fundraising Goal, Catholic School Will Stay Open
Great Pie For A Greater Cause: Bang Bang Pie's Growing Home FundraiserOn October 12th, find out how good Bang Bang Pie is by attending their second annual Backyard Dinner, a benefit for the amazing Chicago nonprofit Growing Home.
First Lady In Chicago To Raise Money For Quinn As Rauner Courts Women VotersShe's expected Tuesday at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Organizers say she'll encourage early voting. She appears in a Quinn television ad released Monday where she notes Quinn's efforts to boost Illinois' minimum wage.
Cops Pump Gas To Raise Money For Children's HospitalAlsip Police Lt. Scott Zablotny was among the officers pumping gas as part of “Full Serve and Protect” at the BP Earth Market at 123rd and Cicero.
Emanuel Gets Help Raising Cash From His Former Boss, Bill ClintonMayor Rahm Emanuel's former boss, Bill Clinton, was in town Friday to help his re-election efforts. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Hillary Clinton Absent, But Supporters Pack Fundraiser To Prepare For 2016 RunEven though the former first lady has not said if she will run for president, Chicago supporters on Thursday hosted a huge fundraiser for her called “Ready for Hillary.” CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Cops At The Donut Shop? It's No Joke, It's A FundraiserIt's an easy stereotype: cops at the donut shop. But it’s not everyday you’ll see a group of police officers standing on the roof of a Dunkin' Donuts.
Volunteers Take Swings At ALS At Daley Plaza FundraiserDaley Plaza echoed with the sound of church bells and baseball bats pounding dents on an old car, all for a good cause Wednesday afternoon.
Someone You Should Know: Ride Janie Ride FoundationEight years ago, a procession of motorcycles gave birth to a tradition that will be celebrated again this weekend. CBS 2's Harry Porterfield reports.