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A device measuring the electromagnetism produced by a smartphone. (Credit: CBS)

Are Wi-Fi Signals Making You Sick?

CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey talks with a woman who suffers from something called electromagnetic hypersensitivity.

07/01/2015

Chicago Public Schools Headquarters

Testing, Evaluations Focus Of Negotiations Between CPS, Teachers

The Chicago Public Schools and its teachers face two deadlines on Tuesday: their three-year contract expires at midnight, and a $634 million pension payment is due by the end of the day.

06/30/2015

Chicago Union Station  (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)

Amtrak Planning Major Renovations At Union Station

Amtrak officials plan to open restaurants, coffee shops, and a grocery store as part of a plan to make Union Station a destination location.

06/29/2015

Keith Hartley holding his seven-month-old Isaac with his wife Kari. (Credit: CBS)

Cubs Fan Describes Catching Foul Ball With One Hand And Holding Baby In Other

CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey caught up with Keith Hartley himself today to get his take.

06/24/2015

Crystal Lake Police and Illinois State Police investigate after a Crystal Lake officer shot a man early Monday morning. (Credit: Bernie Tafoya/WBBM)

Police: Crystal Lake Officer Shoots Knife-Wielding Suspect

A man was in critical condition Monday morning, after a Crystal Lake police officer shot him, when the man allegedly lunged at the officer with a knife.

06/22/2015

New proposed restrictions for carry-on bags. (Credit: CBS)

Airline Travelers Not Happy With Push To Make Carry-On Bags Smaller

CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey reports it is not height and width that is the problem: it’s depth. She talked to some travelers who are not happy about the push.

06/10/2015

Marian Hossa (center) celebrates with Patrick Sharp (10) and Duncan Keith (2) after scoring a goal. (Harry How/Getty Images)

Blackhawks Stanley Cup Final Tickets Go On Sale Today

Don’t bother Blackhawks fans at noon on Tuesday. They’ll be furiously typing on their computer or smart phones, in an effort to get tickets to one of the team’s home games in the Stanley Cup Final against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

06/02/2015

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Hawks Fans Say Playoff Series Against The Ducks One Of The Most Stressful Yet

Wednesday’s game against the Ducks could be the last one of the season, but fans CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey talked to were hearing nothing of it.

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Chicago Riverwalk

New Chicago Riverwalk Segment Open — Sort Of

The south bank section from Clark to State is now officially open, but what exactly does “open” mean? CBS’s Marissa Bailey reports.

05/25/2015

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Dealers Scramble For Air Bag Recall Answers, Service

Chicago is a commuter city–with drivers spending hours on the road each and every week—and now the largest recall in U.S. history will be forcing many of them back to their dealers for repairs.

05/20/2015

Researchers at the University of California Davis say a condition in newborn horses called maladjustment syndrome could provide a new link to autism. (Credit: UC Davis)

Study On Newborn Horses Could Provide Clues On Autism In Children

CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey takes a closer look at the discovery in this Original Report.

05/19/2015

Rickover Junior High School in Sauk Village. (Credit: CBS)

Facebook Threat At Sauk Village School Investigated

Police officers were keeping a close eye on a south suburban junior high school, after learning of a Facebook threat targeting students.

05/18/2015

A vacant Dominick's in Woodridge. (Credit: CBS)

Nine Suburbs Team Up To Fill Vacant Dominick’s Stores

CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey reports those suburbs decided they’re stronger together than separate.

05/12/2015

Some of the high-tech equipment that will be used at UI Labs' Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute on Goose Island. (Credit: UI Labs/Twitter)

New Digital Manufacturing Complex Opens On Goose Island

A new high-tech opportunity for Chicago opened on Goose Island on Monday, as a cutting-edge research and development complex was officially unveiled.

05/11/2015

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Study: U.S. Ranked Last In Developed World In Deaths From Childbirth

A startling new report shows it’s safer to have a baby in dozens of other countries, including places not necessarily known for cutting edge medicine, like Slovenia, Belarus, and Estonia.

05/05/2015

The Opening Ceremony for the Chicago Area Special Olympics.  (Credit: CBS)

Special Olympics Gets Underway With Opening Ceremony At Soldier Field

Thousands with special needs worked for months to get ready for the big event this week.

05/04/2015

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Are You Ready For The New Era Of E-Tipping?

The days of leaving money on the table may be over. CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey reports on the trend of using smart apps to tip your server.

04/27/2015

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Berwyn Bar Defends Two-Way Mirror In Women’s Bathroom

It’s all a big joke, the owner says, and cops aren’t filing charges.

04/27/2015

Heather Mack,19, (left) and Tommy Schaefer, 21, (right) cry after being convicted of murdering Mack's mother, Sheila von Wiese-Mack, whose body was found stuffed inside a suitcase in the back of a taxi outside a luxury Bali hotel in August 2014.  Mack was sentenced to 10 years in prison, and Schaefer was sentenced to 18 years. (Photo by Agung Parameswara/Getty Images)

Heather Mack, Tommy Schaefer Convicted Of Killing Sheila Von Wiese-Mack In Bali

The Denpasar District Court sentenced Tommy Schaefer to 18 years in prison and Heather Mack to 10 years for intentionally killing Sheila von Wiese-Mack while vacationing last August. The badly battered body was found stuffed in a suitcase inside the trunk of a taxi at the St. Regis Bali Resort.

04/21/2015

Mayor Rahm Emanuel (left) and Cook County Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia make the rounds across Chicago on Monday, the last full day of campaigning before the runoff election in Chicago. (Credit: Joshua Lott/Getty Images)

Polls Closed For Historic Mayoral Election

After weeks of contentious campaigning, voters in Chicago were having their say Tuesday in the race for mayor, and 19 races for alderman.

04/07/2015

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