Bronzeville Dream Center, Funded By Founders, In Danger Of ClosingCBS 2's Jim Williams reports 100 kids could lose a safe haven, where founders Beyonca Johnson and Holly Medley have a motto: "Everything is possible."
No Arrests Made In Shooting Of Teen In AustinElijah Sims died a day before his 17th birthday, after he was shot while out with friends in his old neighborhood.
Surging Prices For EpiPens Worry Allergy SufferersRecent reports about the skyrocketing cost of EpiPens – injectors used to treat severe allergic reactions or allergy attacks – has the people who rely on them getting worried.
Joliet Woman Tangles With Rabid Bat In Her KitchenAt first, Sandra Jimenez thought it was a bird. It was no bird. CBS 2's Jim Williams talks with experts about the dangers of rabid bats.
3 Surviving Puppies Of 6 Stolen Last Week Reunite With Newark FamilyThe three surviving puppies of a group of six that vanished last week from a family 70 miles southwest of Chicago have reunited with their home.
Fans Flock To New Skokie Restaurant Jollibee For Food, CommunityNew Filipino restaurant Jollibee, located in Skokie, has become a fast food sensation.
Golden Knights Drill Team Pleads For Financial LifelineAt Saturday's Bud Billiken parade, a talented group of young performers will march down King Drive.
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.

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