Hillary Clinton Stumps In ChicagoThe presumptive Democratic presidential nominee touched on Chicago's violence. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Zip Line Course Opens In Cook County Forest PreserveBilled as the first of its kind in the state, a new zip line and treetop obstacle course is open in Western Springs.
CTA Resuming Western-To-Fullerton Run On Lincoln Avenue BusBack by popular demand; the CTA’s No. 11/Lincoln bus route is running again from Ravenswood to Lincoln Park.
Breast Cancer Survivors Pursue Good Health, Team Work With Rowing GroupRecovery on Water, or ROW, began in 2008 with four rowers who were breast cancer survivors. Now, it has 60 members.
America's Cup Races In Chicago: Like 'NASCAR On The Water'This weekend's qualifying races pit catamarans against each other.
Wanted: Volunteer Drivers To Take Cancer Patients To TreatmentDemand for the service is large in Cook County because of the large population. WBBM's Lisa Fielding reports.
Summer Allergy Season Proving To Be A Rough OneA wet May and a warm start to June have wreaked havoc on many allergy sufferers.
Made In Chicago: Chicago Gift BoxFrom Jay's potato chips to Andes mints, from Cracker Jack to giardiniera, if you're homesick, The Chicago Gift Box is just what the doctor ordered.
'SpongeBob SquarePants' Musical Is Testing The Waters In ChicagoWBBM's Lisa Fielding talks with the show's director about bringing Bikini Bottom to the Windy City.
Slain Officer's Son, Born Months After His Death, Graduates KindergartenJust three months before Alez Valadez Jr. was born, his father, a Chicago Police officer, was killed in the line of duty.
Settlement In Chicago Cops' Lawsuit Spares Emanuel From Testifying On Code Of SilenceThe Emanuel administration has agreed to pay $2 million to settle a lawsuit filed by two Chicago police officers who claimed they were victims of retaliation after blowing the whistle on corruption. The deal spares the mayor from possibly having to testify about a “code of silence” within the department.
Generation Heroin: Recovering Addict Sets Up One-Of-A-Kind Sober BarYou'd never know by looking at him, but Chris Reed is the new face of addiction. He's clean-cut, fresh-faced, well-dressed, and well-spoken. He grew up in Algonquin and attended Jacobs High School.

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