Dieting Apps Can Help People Lose Weight, Researchers ConcludeThe fine print: when the apps are combined with exercise and good nutrition. CBS 2's Erin Kennedy reports.
Child, 3, Injured In Shooting On Chicago's South SideAlso shot was a 28-year-old woman.
At O'Hare, Anxiety And Tears Of Relief As Jet Arrives From TurkeyAmong those waiting at the airport was a distressed woman who wasn’t sure if her father had made the flight. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
Good Samaritan Rescues Four People From Dangerous Rip TidesAn everyday guy just enjoying a day at the beach in Indiana is being hailed a hero. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Chicago Road Project Adjusted To Avoid Potter's FieldThousands of people -- the sick, the poor, victims of the Chicago Fire, even Civil War vets -- are buried there. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Turkish-American In Chicago On Istanbul Attack: 'It Makes Me Angry'Just moments after the attacks at the Istanbul airport, Ilgar Ulger got a text message from a friend who was at the airport. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
Cook County Judge Orders State To Add PTSD To Medical Marijuana ProgramThe ruling may help veterans with PTSD feel more comfortable trying marijuana to ease their symptoms and reduce their reliance on prescription drugs, said Michael Krawitz of Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access.
Chicago Woman Finds Folded Law Degree in a Book About CatsLeafing through the pages, Rachael Perrotta found a diploma from Hamline University School of Law, awarded to Kevan Hayward Truman in 1986.
Feds Issue Travel Warning For TurkeyA suspected terrorist attack at Istanbul’s airport left at least 10 dead.
Feces-Throwing Inmate Injures Three Cook County Jailers In Scuffle Inmate Tacorey Killebrew has been involved in more than 50 altercations with jail staff since his arrest, authorities say.
Taste Of Chicago Offers Preview Of This Year's RestaurantsTaste of Chicago is just over a week away - and the city offered an appetizer on Daley Plaza today.
Rauner, Madigan Still At Odds On Education BudgetA day before state lawmakers were set to return to Springfield for another try at a stopgap budget plan, the governor and legislative leaders seemed to be sending mixed signals about the chances for a deal.