Feds: Sentencing Of Ex-Rep Farnham Shouldn't Be DelayedProsecutors want a federal judge in Chicago to go ahead with the sentencing of former Illinois Rep. Keith Farnham on a child pornography conviction despite illness that could soon take his life.
'Vacation Virus' Surfaces In IllinoisIllinois health officials now report more than a dozen cases of the mosquito-borne Chikungunya fever. CBS 2's Chris Martinez reports.
U Of I Grad Student Dies Of Illness In BrazilThis week, Ashley Walls was working in the slums of Florianopolis and suddenly became ill and died from an undisclosed illness. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
9 O’Hare Passengers Taken To Hospitals After Becoming IllAn international flight was grounded at O'Hare after several passengers were rushed to the hospital. The tourists were headed home to Copenhagen Denmark late last night.
Some Pet Owners Swear By Raw Diets For Their AnimalsThe food contains meat, organs, bone, and in some cases vegetables and fruit, all ground together and sold frozen. Just thaw it out and serve it up.
Purdue Student Makes 'Miracle' Recovery From Serious IllnessSome are calling it a Christmas miracle. A 20-year-old woman from northwest Indiana, on the brink of death just a couple of weeks ago, recovered just in time for Christmas.
Sick Pilot Diverts Chicago-To-Miami Flight To NashvilleAll passengers aboard the American Airlines 777 were safe in Nashville after an undetermined illness detoured a flight from Chicago to Miami.
UPDATED: Flu Blamed For Scare During Cheerleading PracticeFour cheerleaders who reported feeling ill during a practice at a south suburban elementary school were hospitalized Wednesday night.
Lab Project Suspended At U Of C After Researcher Gets SickResearch has stopped at a lab at the University of Chicago, after a scientist got sick and was hospitalized.
CSO Conductor Muti Faints During RehearsalChicago Symphony Orchestra conductor Ricardo Muti fainted during rehearsal on Thursday and was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
Rolf's Bakery To Reopen After Tainted Desserts Sickened 100A north suburban bakery will reopen Jan. 3 after voluntarily recalling deserts after health officials linked tainted holiday treats to four recent outbreaks of foodborne illness which sickened at least 100 people.
Concern Over Norovirus Sending More Kids To HospitalsHundreds of cases of the norovirus have now been reported in Cook County, and in two dozen different areas in the south and northwest suburbs. CBS 2's Pamela Jones reports.