It was a busy weekend for a pair of burglars targeting restaurants on the North Side.
Two men who went above and beyond to help arrest a dangerous suspect received a special honor Tuesday from the board of the Chicago Police Memorial Fund.
Chicagoans from 14 to 24 have until Friday to apply for the One Summer Chicago program. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
A group of Humboldt Park residents on Friday angrily called on the Chicago Park District to deny Riot Fest permits to perform the annual music festival in the park, after the grass was badly damaged during last year’s festival.
Dog attacks can be vicious, even deadly, and every year thousands of adults and children become victims. Last year in Cook County there were nearly 5,000.
CBS 2’s Mai Martinez takes a look at the dresses and the message they might be sending.
Another honor today for a young cancer patient fighting the fight of her life: Emily Beazley and her sister became honorary Chicago Police Officers.
A street in the Mount Greenwood neighborhood was being dedicated Friday afternoon to a 12-year-old girl who has battled cancer for a third of her life.
Francis Cardinal George grew up on Chicago’s Northwest Side and was eventually ordained at St. Pascal’s in Portage Park.
As CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports, the feds say he stole drugs from police evidence and then sold them.
A haunting tribute to young lives lost to gun violence was on display on the Gold Coast.
“One of the priorities of this new working group will be to address the challenges that discourage our victims from reporting sexual assault,” said Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez.
The revelation came to light Friday as the president of the University of Oklahoma revealed new details of the investigation into use of the chant at his college. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
Social media and bullying can be a volatile combination. Author and journalist Carrie Goldman has studied the issue for five years.
Terry Almanza would like to wear the purple garment at her niece’s wedding. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
CBS 2’s Mai Martinez takes a look at who could be tracking you and what they’re doing with the information they get.
Are you or someone you know taking vitamin D to lower blood pressure? Maybe a doctor even prescribed it?
On Friday, Angel Gonzalez talked with CBS 2’s Mai Martinez about what it’s like to finally be free.
Police video shows suspect Melissa Calusinski being grilled by Lake Count detectives. Seventy-nine times, over the course of several hours, she denies any involvement in the death of of the toddler. Finally, after some nine hours, she changes her story.
Sitting on comfy couches reading and working with computers — not at desks with textbooks. And having a working lunch — not in a cafeteria. This is not your typical school. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.