Chicago Seeking To Become Organ Transplant HubA group of Chicago area hospitals, doctors, and politicians have teamed up to work toward the goal of turning Chicago into the organ transplant hub of the nation.
Chicago Fundraiser To Raise Money For Alzheimer's ResearchThe Alzheimer's Association, Greater Illinois Chapter junior board is hosting Friday, Feb. 24 a 'Paint the Night Purple' event at the Revel Fulton Market. The event hopes to raise awareness and money for the disease.
Naperville's 'Helping Hand' Safe Home Program To EndThe program allowed homeowners to register private residences as safe places for kids when they were lost, hurt, or in danger.
Made In Chicago: Eat PurelyWhen you walk into a warehouse on the Near West Side, you can smell and hear what's cooking, as the employees at Eat Purely are busy preparing and packing up lunches for hundreds awaiting delivery.
Oldest Fish In A Public Aquarium Euthanized At Chicago's SheddGranddad the Australian lungfish arrived at the Shedd Aquarium in 1933. He was likely more than 90 years old.
Chicago FBI Honors Community Activist Andrew HolmesAndrew Holmes was honored Tuesday with the FBI Director's Community Leadership award for his life long activism.
Judd Hirsch And His 'Superior Donuts' Co-Star Take Over Wicker Park BakeryWas that a legendary face behind the counter at Stan's Donuts in Wicker Park Monday morning? Yes, it was. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
CPD Rolls Out High-Tech Crimefighting CentersChicago's 7th and 11th police districts will now boast a Strategic Decision Support Center, authorities announced Friday.
Police Supt. Eddie Johnson Appears To Fall Ill At CPD EventChicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson appeared to fall ill at an event in Englewood on Friday, but police officials said he was talking and alert a short time later, and able to take himself to a hospital.
Peoples Gas Offer Tips To Prevent CO PoisoningJanuary has the highest incidences of CO poisoning, according to the study by the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Coach Credited With Reviving Student Who Collapsed At Basketball GameA 15-year-old athlete from Luther North collapsed while sitting on the bench earlier this week. An adult in the stands sprung into action.
City College Students Learn About Cyber SecurityBlue 1647 hosted Tuesday 'Hack Chicago,' a day-long Hack-a-thon is designed to expose students to computer programming and to generate interest in a future in cyber security.

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