Another Englewood Eyesore Razed -- Now, What?Two weeks ago, city officials knocked down a trouble property in the South Side neighborhood. CBS 2's Jim Williams talks with locals about the impact.
Suit: Cop Threatened To Taser Man As He Held His BabyCesar Carrizales tells his story to CBS 2's Jim Williams.
On His Truck, A Grandfather's Plea To Save His GrandsonOne man is taking an old fashioned approach to save the life of his grandson.
Students Learn More About Chicago Playwright Lorraine Hansberry At Goodman Theatre Through Staging Of Lesser Known WorkAt the Goodman Theatre, they're staging "The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window," part of a month-long celebration honoring the playwright and Chicago icon Lorraine Hansberry.
Englewood Residents Skeptical Of City’s Claim That Demolitions Will Lower Crime It's city's latest crime-fighting effort: demolition of abandoned buildings. If it sounds familiar, it's because City Hall has been doing for decades.
Friends Of The Park Group Has Long History Of Fighting Lakefront DevelopmentCBS 2's Jim Williams takes a closer look at Friends of the Parks, its mission and its history.
Hastert Sentenced To 15 Months In Hush Money CaseCalling former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert a "serial child molester," a federal judge has sentenced him to 15 months in prison for trying to skirt banking regulations to conceal hush money payments intended to cover up sex abuse allegations from the time he was a high school wrestling coach and teacher in Yorkville decades ago.
Video Sheds Light On Harassment Faced By Women OnlineCBS 2’s Jim Williams has a sanitized look at an ugly problem.
Despite Progress And More Bike Lanes, Chicago Still Gets Failing Grade On Air QualityCBS 2’s Jim Williams reports the growing numbers of bike riders is good for the environment, but that ALA report says Chicago still has a long way to go.
McCormick Place Plan For Lucas Museum Under ScrutinyFiscal watchdogs are giving poor marks to Mayor Emanuel's billion dollar plan for the Lucas Museum.
Supermarket Robbed At Gunpoint In Quiet, Cop-Filled Chicago NeighborhoodMany Chicago police officers are loyal customers of Happy Foods in Edison Park. That didn't stop an armed robber from making his move last Friday. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
At Goodman Theatre, Al Capone Goes On TrialDecades after the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, notorious Chicago’s criminal Al Capone went on trial today, sort of.