Homeless Man's Death Gives New Life For His Feral Cats"These cats meant everything to him. They ate before he ate."
'Took Away Their Livelihood:' Activists Speak Out After Crews Trash Homeless' BelongingsAdvocates for the homeless said the city gave the homeless living under the Kennedy Expressway a death sentence on Wednesday when crews threw out their belongings.
As Temps Plunge, Shelter Searches Streets For HomelessStaff at Franciscan Outreach say the shelter's been over capacity since Tuesday, but they're hoping to help even more people this weekend.
28-Year-Old Reported Missing May Be Homeless NowA 28-year-old man reported missing Tuesday night by Chicago Police hasn’t been seen since the end of November and may be homeless.
Sheriff's Officers Hand Out Gifts To Homeless At Pilsen Tent CitySheriff’s officers brought coffee, donuts, warm socks, blankets, and more to those who call the tents at 18th and Canalport home.
Homeless Man Beaten, Killed In Ukrainian VillagePolice are searching for the killer of a homeless man in Ukrainian Village.
Candidate's Social Media Posting of 'Stinky Feet' Draws BacklashArthur Noah Siegel, who seeks a state House seat, briefly posted an image of a sleeping man on the L. Was it a slam on homeless people? CBS 2' Mai Martinez reports.
Fund For Helpful Homeless Man Collects More Than $280,000A fund set up to raise money for a homeless man who helped a woman when her car ran out of gas in Philadelphia has collected more than $280,000.
A Day To Give ThanksIt's a day to give thanks and to give food and comfort to others. And throughout Chicago people are doing just that.
Chicago Police Lieutenant Lends Homeless Veteran A Helping HandLocal businesses donated the materials and manpower to renovate a newsstand run by Anthony Johnson, an Air Force veteran who struggles with homelessness.
Oak Lawn Churches Concerned About Proposed Homeless Shelter OrdinanceChurches say the proposed ordinance could hamper their ability to continue to house the homeless.
Homeless Shooed From Uptown ViaductsA federal judge ruled the people living in the tents under two Lake Shore Drive viaducts have no constitutional right to stay.