Frank Velez was ready to transport a patient when two men across the street began “yelling at the ambulance with profanity,” he tells CBS 2’s Mai Martinez.
With medical advancements, treatment for pets can easily run into the thousands. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez weighs the pros and cons.
As CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports, many officers are calling foul, and fan support for the policy is mixed.
CBS 2’s Mai Martinez rode along with Chicago paramedics to see what they’re up against.
The officers and their horses also patrol the Mag Mile, the Museum campus and some city parks year-round. They’re an amazing sight, but more than that, CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
An attack on a Chicago postal carrier has stopped mail delivery in one area of the Logan Square neighborhood.
(CBS) — For decades, companies have relied on TV, radio, magazines and billboards to advertise their products, but now many are turning to social media. And those companies are finding word of mouth is giving […]
In their first TV interview together since the scandal broke, former CeaseFire director Tio Hardiman and his wife talk about the night he was arrested for beating her, why she dropped the charges, and the doubters.
U.S. Postal Inspectors and police say these days carriers face great potential harm in some Chicago neighborhoods. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
CBS 2’s Mai Martinez participates in a high-pressure police training exercise that puts officers in risky scenarios.
Being a police officer just got more dangerous in Chicago. According to information gathered by the Cook County Sheriff’s office, a street gang wants to ambush and kill police officers near 19th and Oakley west of the Loop. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
Since 2002, 122 women worldwide have been ordained bishops, priests or deacons; 92 of them in the United States, including two who are active in the Chicago area
A Chicago vacation for a family from Tennessee almost ended in heartache this week, after Jodi Eastgate’s $15,000 wedding ring ended up in their hotel’s trash compactor, along with five tons of garbage.
After days of flooding, it’s something we’ve heard over and over again: Don’t drive through flood waters. But a school bus driver did just that Monday.
After a three-year hiatus, the parade returned last year with a zero tolerance policy for drunks. As CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports, organizers say expect the same crackdown this year.
Friday’s graduation marked the realization of a dream for 53 Chicago police officers. Among them was 28-year-old Jose Rivera, Jr. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
Elgin pawn shops, gold resellers and similar businesses are now required to use Leads Online to enter information about customers and items they’re pawning or selling. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
The Mooseheart Ramblers hit the basketball court with extra bounce in their steps Tuesday night, after a judge ruled three Sudanese players previously declared ineligible by the Illinois High School Association could play until there’s a full hearing on their eligibility.
The Chicago mayor and Illinois’ senior U.S. senator were asked Monday about the sex scandal that ended the CIA of David Petraeus.
It’s a disturbing allegation of bullying in a suburban school. The person accused of doing the bullying is not a student, it’s the principal of the school.