Taking A Hard Look At Those Facebook Clothing DealsThe deals for clothes look so good, they're hard to pass up.
In Chicago Homes, More Concerns About Lead Levels In WaterA CBS 2 investigation last week revealed a family had high lead levels in their water and the city didn't tell them about it for months.
Showdown Over City's Uber, Lyft Rules Set For City CouncilMore than 100,000 supporters of ridesharing companies Uber and Lyft, on the verge of a major crackdown by the city, have signed a petition fighting the new proposed rules.
Residents Leap Into Action, Stop Car ThiefWhen car alarms sounded on one Chicago block, residents didn't just glance out their windows.
Passenger Arrested On Southwest Airlines Flight To ChicagoChicago police arrested a passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight after he threatened a flight attendant, according to an airline spokesman.
Woman Convicted In Daughter's Death Back In HospitalThe Schaumburg woman sentenced to four years in prison for killing her disabled daughter is back in the hospital.
Statues Of Chicago History Come To LifeIf you listen closely, Chicago history is calling.
Divvy Expanding On South, West SidesThe blue Divvy bikes which have become a fixture in many Chicago neighborhoods will soon be expanding to new neighborhoods on the West and South sides
Local Veterans Angry Over Secretary Bob McDonald's 'Disney' RemarksLocal veterans expressed anger on Tuesday after the head of the Veteran’s Affairs compared long wait times at VA hospitals to lines for amusement rides and Disney.
Man Gets 22 Years For Bringing Girls To Chicago For ProstitutionAn Ohio man was sentenced Tuesday to 22 years in prison for his role in a sex trafficking ring that brought teenage girls from Iowa to Chicago and forced them into prostitution.
TSA Shakes Up Leadership At O'Hare To Deal With Long Security LinesResponding to public outrage over extremely long waits at O'Hare Airport, the TSA has appointed new leadership in Chicago to handle the problem at one of the world's busiest airports.
100 Teachers, Staff To Retire From Elgin School DistrictWednesday is the last day of work for more than 100 teachers, bus drivers, administrators, and others who are retiring from Illinois’ second largest school district, U-46 in Elgin.