Popular Televangelist Billy Graham Dead At 99Graham, who had been battling Parkinson’s disease, was found dead Tuesday morning at his home in North Carolina.
Chicago's Hijab Billboard Campaign Seeks To EducateFor six weeks, billboards along the Tri-State Tollway and I-55 will feature women wearing the hijab, a veil covering the head and chest.
Communities Remembering Slain Police CommanderChicago Police Cmdr. Paul Bauer's death has hit two communities especially hard: the South Side neighborhood where he lived and the North Side neighborhood he served.
Young African Americans Eagerly Anticipate 'Black Panther'The Marvel superhero movie "Black Panther," featuring a mostly African-American cast, opens this weekend.
New Trier HS Twins, Multiples Earn World RecordsThe school now holds the records for most twins (44) and sets of multiples (45, when you add a set of triplets) within one grade.
Holocaust Denier Likely To Be Republican Nominee For CongressA Holocaust denier who openly touts white supremacist and anti-Semitic views on his campaign website will be the only Republican on the ballot in the 3rd congressional district in Illinois.
Program Seeks To Find Jobs For Unemployed YouthSkills for Chicagoland's Future aims to provide young job seekers with skills and education that will last a lifetime.
Engine Defect Caused American Airlines Fire; Crew Faulted During EvacuationAn internal defect caused an engine on an American Airlines flight to catch fire while taking off from O’Hare International Airport.
Lost Cat Reunited With Owner After 10 YearsSomehow, Oliver made it from the northwest suburbs to Chicago's River North district over a decade's time. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
New U.S. Attorney: National Security 'Top Priority'In his first public comments, John Lausch said national security, gun crimes and public corruption will be a top priority of his office.
Mental Health Advocates Hold National Summit In ChicagoOlympian Michael Phelps was among more than 50 speakers taking the stage Tuesday at The Kennedy Forum Annual Meeting, hoping to end some of the stigma surrounding mental illness.
California Couple Charged With Locking Up Their 13 Children13 siblings, aged 2 to 29, were rescued from a California home where they were found chained to beds and malnourished, police say.