These Chicago sites serve as literary landmarks often recognized in the pages of a great book.
Some of your favorite CBS 2 meteorologists, reporters, and anchors will be stepping out for Diabetes this weekend, at two walks to raise money for the American Diabetes Association.
The party is over and the cleanup is on. Lollapalooza 2013 is history.
Rain was a problem for the three-day music festival for the previous two years, causing major damage to the grass at Grant Park.
Enjoy the change in season with some of the top performers in music, right here in Chicago.
It’s not quite a scene out of Hitchcock’s “The Birds,” but if you’re visiting Grant Park anytime soon, make sure to keep your eye out for some aggressive birds that are protecting their nests, or you could find out the hard way just how protective they can be.
Experts say the problem drugs are Ecstasy, a combination amphetamine and hallucinogen, and its sister drug, “Molly.” CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
A Taste of Chicago vehicle on Friday evening struck two people, seriously injuring them, fire officials said.
The 33rd annual Taste of Chicago got off to a hot and muggy start on Wednesday, but city officials were hoping some new attractions would help the summer festival become profitable again.
Are you ready for a challenge? These five Chicago races will push you to your limits and let you earn bragging rights after you’ve crossed the finish line.
Hundreds of thousands of Blackhawks fans have crowded city streets downtown and packed into Grant Park for the team’s Stanley Cup victory parade and rally.
There’s plenty for Blackhawks fans to celebrate lately. Their second Stanley Cup in four years. Patrick Kane being named the playoff MVP. A victory parade through downtown and a rally at Grant Park on Friday.
Blues fans filled the Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park on Thursday for the first night of the 30th Annual Chicago Blues Festival.
A great concert doesn’t have to cost a dime. Treat your ears by attending free music concerts this summer in and around Chicago.
Buckingham Fountain roared back to life on Thursday in Grant Park.
Warm-weather food events make sense when one can sample an array of Midwestern masterpieces all in one fell swoop.
Instead of opting for the same old traditional marathon run, try something with a little more kick.
From a spring concert set among an historic home to a summer-long festival, Chicago is the place to be for music lovers. Check out the following performances the next time you’re in the mood to hear a live concert.
Single-day tickets for Lollapalooza sold out in less than two hours on Wednesday.
Grant Park is putting out a “welcome” sign for skateboarders, reports WBBM’s Terry Keshner.