CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker visited and spoke with some of the new employees.
A Northcenter neighborhood man is in serious criminal trouble in connection with a fight in which he and another man crashed through the window of the Macy’s flagship store downtown.
Two men crashed through the window of Macy’s in the Loop on Sunday afternoon, causing one man to be hospitalized.
Cars and buses were routed off State Street downtown on Saturday, as the pavement was transformed into what has been called the “ultimate playground.”
Six people were sent to local hospitals Tuesday afternoon, following a four-car crash in the Loop.
Bond was set at $900,000 for a west suburban man charged with attempted murder after he was shot by police while wielding a knife early Saturday following a car accident in the Loop.
Four people were critically injured early Saturday when a police sergeant shot a driver armed with a knife after a car accident in the Loop.
There’s a lot more to the Chicago River than watching it get dyed green on St. Patrick’s Day. The Chicago River offers great places to eat, drink and enjoy some time on the water. From walking to boating, there are some amazing hidden adventures to be found along the Chicago River.
Fire crews rushed into the Loop Wednesday morning, after a blown fuse shut down the elevators at a high-rise office building just south of City Hall.
Police are searching for a robber who has been targeting victims downtown and on the Near North Side in broad daylight in recent weeks.
A young Peregrine falcon was back in the family nest on Thursday, a day after falling to the ground in the Loop, apparently while learning to fly.
A man was hurt Monday evening when he stumbled and fell between two train cars on the Loop ‘L.’
Construction work means delays and station closings for CTA ‘L’ riders in the Loop and at one north side Red Line station.
For many years, the Belden Deli was just a memory of an earlier time in Chicago, but now, a legal dispute is brewing between two restaurants that are both using the name.
Parking restrictions and other security measures for the NATO summit next Sunday have already started going into effect.
Thousands of Chicago college students will get a real-life lesson in tight security during the NATO summit in less than two weeks. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports some students will be locked out of their downtown campuses during the summit.
Chicago Police say some bold thieves made their own cash dash Monday morning downtown.
CTA Brown, Orange and Pink Line riders are in for delays and reroutes this weekend, as the CTA begins the latest phase of track reconstruction on the Loop elevated train tracks.
The Chicago Transit Authority ‘L’ tracks are getting a makeover in the Loop.
Chicago-based GrubHub is moving its headquarters from the city’s Near Northwest Side to the heart of the Loop.