Obstetricians and hospitals across Illinois were expecting a bit of a baby boom in the next couple months, all thanks to the infamous polar vortex this past winter.
What does music look like to those who cannot hear it? So-called “performance interpreters” from Austin-based LotuSign will be on hand at Lollapalooza this weekend to help the deaf and hard-of-hearing experience the many concerts going on over the next three days.
The latest recipients for the four-year college scholarships were selected from 300 applicants across the state.
Tucked away inside the Bank of America Building in the Loop financial district is a place to let off a little steam and get a little exercise at the same time.
It’s mid morning at the Globe Pub and all eyes are to the TV screens as Mexico plays Cameroon.
How much do you know about pizza? And where are the best places to get it? A new website that launches next week is devoted to all things Chicago pizza.
The event, dubbed the Bronzeville Bike Builder, takes place Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 244 East Pershing Road.
City officials are giving you a new reason to visit the often forgotten stretch of Michigan Avenue.
Major movie chains made the switch more than a year ago. The conversion has been much more difficult for small, independent theaters such as the Wilmette Theatre.
Several teams from the U.S. and around the world are transforming 10-foot blocks of snow into creations of art. WBBM’s Lisa Fielding reports.
WBBM’s Lisa Fielding talks with a couple of the specially trained navigators.
While 12-year old Mikai Daniels’ friends are home playing with their new Christmas toys, he’s working on his math. WBBM’s Lisa Fielding reports.
One shopper said she purchased $1,500 in wine at half off.
Rugby is one the fastest-growing sports in the U.S, according to the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association. In recent years, more and more women are joining the team.
Proctor & Gamble donated 10,000 rolls of toilet paper, 1,800 rolls of paper towels and 4,500 boxes of tissues.
It’s Maywood’s marquee landmark. Inside the historic Carnegie Building, the village’s public library will turn 140 years old next year.
Federal budget cuts left the show with a little less sizzle this year, as all military airshow flights like the Thunderbirds were cancelled. CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley found most spectators didn’t seem to notice.
City officials were putting the finishing touches on the new Safe Passage routes for Chicago Public Schools students, and said they’re ready for the first day of class a week from Monday.
Cheryl Jackson got the call that her brother Cary Owsley had killed himself on April 7th. She said his death was immediately ruled a suicide but Jackson says there was no autopsy and no forensics.
Residents and owners of older high rises in Chicago were racing against the clock to fight a proposed state mandate that they say would force many residents to move.