Technology Helps A Blind Cubs Fan 'See' The Action
Thieves Going After 'Yellow Gold' In ChicagoThieves call it "yellow gold." It is actually used cooking oil.
Michael Jordan Speaks Out On Social Unrest, Also Pledges $2 Million To Address Issues"I can no longer stay silent," Jordan says.
Women Join Forces To Build Homes, And Rebuild Lives, In West PullmanA year ago Angela Spencer and her daughter and dozens of Habitat for Humanity volunteers began their work. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
50 Years Ago Tonight, The Nation Learned Of Richard SpeckA half century ago on this night, a horrific crime shocked the nation.
Illinois GOP Leaders Plan To Skip GOP ConventionSome top Illinois Republicans plan to boycott their national convention this month.
Teen Beating Victim Organizes Anti-Violence RallyA mob on the West Side beat a teenager so severely, he needed facial surgery; but the boy isn’t seeking revenge, he’s taking action to bring peace to his community.
School's Out In Chicago, So Now It's Time For A Summer PlanIt's a great day for students--the last day of school in Chicago.
Social Media Video Shows Chicago Cop Punching Arrestee On The GroundIt's the latest confrontation caught on video and posted on social media. Police say they are investigating.
Like Flag Day Itself, WGN Flag Company Celebrates CentennialPresident Woodrow Wilson proclaimed June 14th, Flag Day, 100 years ago. As CBS 2 Jim Williams reports, another centennial celebration is underway at a flag company on Chicago's South Side.
Pride In Park Ridge For Hillary Clinton, But Sanders' Supporters Stand By Their ManIn Hillary Clinton's hometown, many residents are excited she made history on Tuesday, becoming the first woman to win a major party nomination for president.
Rauner Won't Back Off Harsh Criticism Of Chicago SchoolsGov. Bruce Rauner is facing major criticism for calling many Chicago public schools "crumbling prisons." The governor refuses to back down.

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