Francis Cardinal George, who is battling cancer, was admitted late last month for dehydration and pain management issues. The Archdiocese of Chicago reports he is feeling better.
A Hoffman Estates hospital was placed on lockdown, and employees were later evacuated, while police investigated what turned out to be a false alarm for an active shooter in the building.
CTU spokeswoman Stephanie Gadlin says Lewis, 61, is being evaluated at a local hospital “after experiencing discomfort Sunday evening.” Gadlin says it is not due to a stroke, as rumors have suggested.
In a statement released Friday night, the White Sox say team owner Jerry Reinsdorf is communicating with his doctors and medical staff.
Cardinal Francis George has been receiving fluids and antibiotics from an IV, and is expected to go home later this week. The illness does not appear related to his cancer.
The guardian of a mentally disabled woman is suing a Chicago hospital, claiming she was kidnapped sexually assaulted after the hospital discharged her without notifying her family.
With the shutdown dragging into its second week, money to pay healthcare workers at the James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center in North Chicago ran out last weekend, but employees are still on the job.
Reverend Luis Alvarengo of the United Church of Christ says it’s a matter of life and death.
The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago broke ground Monday morning on a new $550 million research hospital which will provide groundbreaking care.
A motorist was shot while driving home early Saturday in the West Side Lawndale neighborhood.
About 25 children were hospitalized in good condition after a carbon monoxide leak at a school in the Far South Side Burnside neighborhood Monday afternoon.
A panel on landmarks declined to give the Bertrand Goldberg-designed building protective status.
Total cost of the project is $30 million, and construction starts on the new building in about a year and a half, CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey reports.
A shooting inside a hospital in the Illinois town of Sycamore has left a man and woman dead.
Ambulance 85 from Chinatown was sent and started the victim on a journey spanning two different hospitals, which greatly delayed medical care. CBS 2’s Dave Savini reports.
CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot spent time at St. Francis Hospital in Evanston, where the emergency room saw about four heat-related cases per hour.
The Chicago Fire Department is trying to find out whether a paramedic falsified a report about a patient who died on Memorial Day.
Matthew Brown suffered massive injuries, including head trauma. His right leg had to be amputated, and he was in a coma for more than a month. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Some people believe everything happens for a reason, and it wouldn’t be that hard to convince one northwest suburban teacher.
The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago is moving ahead with its plans for a new hospital on the site of the old CBS Building, according to a published report.