Yoko Ono Unveils Sculpture In Japanese Garden At Jackson ParkSky Landing, a sculpture composed of 12 large steel lotus petals, protrudes from the ground of the Garden of the Phoenix, which was once home to the Phoenix Pavilion, built by Japan for the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition.
Fans Welcomed Chicago Cubs Home After NLCS AdvancementThe Wrigley Field marquee and some diehard fans welcomed the Cubs home Wednesday morning.
Fans 'Went Through The Whole Range Of Cub Emotions' During Monday's Roller Coaster GameOn Tuesday, Cubs fans do it again, hoping past postseason failures aren't repeated.
And Lo, There Were Cubs Tickets For Sale When Fans Walked Up To WrigleyCBS 2's Jim Williams talks with the lucky Cubs fans about buying the hottest ticket in town at face value.
Roosevelt Mom-And-Pop Stores Disappear As Big Companies Move In"Mom and pop" stores along Roosevelt Road in the South Loop are going away, unable to afford higher rents now that big stores are moving in.
Hamilton Ticket Scams Began Opening NightHamilton The Musical, the hottest ticket in town, opened Tuesday night in Chicago and theatre fans are already getting ripped off.
Man Charged With Murder; Denied Bail In South Chicago Fire That Killed FourA 51-year-old man has been charged with setting a fire that killed three children and a man last month, allegedly because a woman who lives in the building refused to have sex with him for $10.
Chicago Policeman Honored At Gold Star Memorial 13 Years After His DeathThey added the 575th name to the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation's wall: Edward L. Jackson.
Evanston Debates Whether To Backpedal On Protected Bike LanesBicyclists are now riding between the curb and parked cars. Residents say that makes traffic lanes too narrow. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Apparent Gang Truce Lasted Only Part Of Violent Labor Day WeekendIt was a promising beginning. But starting Sunday night through Labor Day, the violence jumped.
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.

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