(CBS) — People living around O’Hare Airport may be close to getting relief from the ear-splitting sound of planes. But CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports not everyone in those communities has faith in the city’s […]
On cell phone video, a South Holland police officer is heard cursing at a young driver, Rodney Wilson, trying to get him to leave his car.
The fiber glass horse statue features images of the ivy of Wrigley Field, the LGBT pride rainbow, Belmont Harbor and many others.
CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports the solemn ceremony included music and stories from the descendants of those who were on the Eastland when it tipped over and capsized in the Chicago River a century ago.
The sheriff at that Texas jail now says Sandra Bland told authorities as she was being booked into jail that she had previously tried to kill herself.
How low could it go? CBS 2’s Jim Williams explains why pump prices have plummeted.
Animal control officers descend on a home in Maywood and police removed what they say was a well-organized dog fighting ring.
It’s an enormous project led by Habitat for Humanity Chicago. CBS 2’s Jim Williams talked with a family who will live in one of the houses.
The governor issued a challenge to Democrats: support reforms or raise taxes.
Now the would-be thief is in custody, CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports.
CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports both the governor and house speaker are trying to be reassuring, but they remain far apart.
The City Club of Chicago said more than 2,000 people were on the waiting list for Donald Trump’s speech at Monday’s luncheon at Maggiano’s Banquets.
CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports there’s one sector apparently booming again: manufacturing.
Now with three Stanley Cup champions in recent memory, a certain word is being thrown around: dynasty.
Hundreds of people are at St. Sabina’s Block Party on the 7800 block of South Throop for a good time and the chance to get a photo taken with filmmaker Spike Lee, who’s underwriting the festivities.
CBS 2’s Jim Williams found some fans buying Blackhawks gear they didn’t even need.
In the section reserved for the graduates, flowers were placed on a single chair reserved for the girl who wasn’t here: Hadiya Pendleton, an innocent teenager shot to death in early 2013.
Orange is the color of hope today across Chicago. People are wearing the bright hue in honor of national gun violence awareness day and at the center of it all, young Hadiya Pendleton, a Chicago teen murdered in a South Side park.
This afternoon, advocates for children who’ve been sexually abused call the Hastert case a “watershed moment.”
In this Original Report, one South Side mother told CBS 2’s Jim Williams children had no business playing it at her daughter’s grade school.