Loved Ones Offended As Cemetery Cracks Down On Grave Site MemorialsResurrection Catholic Cemetery in Justice says the rules are in place for safety reasons.
State Lawmakers Launch Latest Effort To Legalize Marijuana In IllinoisState lawmakers and advocacy groups have launched the latest effort in Illinois to legalize the recreational use of marijuana here.
Vietnam Veteran, 67, Reunited With His Lost Military MedalsThe Illinois State Treasurer's Office helped reunite the Mississippi man with the medals, which languished for years as "unclaimed property."
Girl, 15, Dies After Person Fires Into Vehicle In Michigan City, IndianaKamilion Jenkins, two adults and a baby were in car at Grace and Holliday when someone in another vehicle opened fire. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Family Demands Investigation Into Immigration Agent's Shooting Of Chicago ManFederal authorities say an agent shot the 53-year-old man because he pointed a weapon as they tried to arrest another man.
ICE Raid, Shooting Draw Questions From Chicago Alderman, AttorneyAn ICE agent shot Felix Torres in the arm. Torres' attorney, Thomas Hallock, says the man's family insists he was unarmed and did nothing wrong.
U.S. Case Against Russian-Backed Hackers A Wake-Up Call To Consumers: ExpertIt was a nefarious partnership: two spies with Russia's Federal Security Service joining two criminal hackers, who broke into the half-billion Yahoo accounts.
Second Wave Of Snowfall Hits, Blame 'Lake Effect'The Chicago region could get hit by another 5 inches to 10 inches of snow.
How Did Prosecutors Miss Deadline In Murder Case, Allowing Defendant To Walk?Kamari Belmont walked out of Cook County Jail because he didn't get a speedy trial, as state law mandates. He was killed shortly after. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Chicagoans Fight Back To Defend The City's ImageChicago's image is taking a beating around the world. Several Chicagoans offer a vigorous defense of the city and all the good it holds.
Chicago Saw First Glimmer Of Oscar-Winning 'Moonlight'When Tarell Alvin McCraney was studying acting at DePaul, a professor saw he had another talent, too: writing. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
U. of C. Medicine Trauma Center Head Aims To Tackle Chicago ViolenceDr. Selwyn Rogers, the first director of the University of Chicago Medicine's new trauma center, hopes to curb city's soaring gun violence.