Sleep Quality May Be Linked With Alzheimer'sCBS 2’s Marissa Bailey explains how doctors in Chicago are working on a potential solution.
Thrift Stores: Cheap, But Kind Of ChicPeople are not hitting resale shops solely for bargains, although that's certainly a factor. CBS 2's Marissa Bailey reports.
'One Goal' Program Helping At-Risk Students On Path To College“One Goal” is aimed at students with a 2.7 GPA or lower, and after eight years working with CPS students, it appears to be working.
Food Offerings At Guaranteed Rate Field Include 'Wok-Off' Noodles, 75 Craft BeersAhead of Opening Day, CBS 2's Marissa Bailey gives us a peek at some of the culinary offerings on the South Side.
St. Charles Man Honored For Saving Woman During Domestic AttackSteve Spurling and his wife were walking their pet last May when they approached a house in their neighborhood. Something wasn't right.
1 Dead, 1 Critically Injured After Power Line Contact While Tree-Trimming In AddisonOne man was electrocuted, another man was seriously hurt from being electrically shocked Tuesday morning from a power line while tree-trimming in Addison.
What Really Happened Between United Airlines And 2 Girls Wearing LeggingsCBS 2’s Marissa Bailey talked with United representatives and got to the bottom of what really happened.
Terror Attack Targets London's Parliament BuildingA car rampage and knife attack in London left four people dead, including a police officer guarding Parliament and an attacker, police said. At least 20 people were wounded.
Amazon Books Opens In Lakeview, First Amazon Bookstore In MidwestTuesday marked the first full-day of business for Amazon's first brick-and-mortar bookstore in Chicago's Lakeview neighorbhood.
JCPenny Closing 138 Stores, Including 7 In IllinoisJCPenny released a of 138 stores that will permanently close, after having been a staple in the community for decades.
Federal Reserve Raises Interests Rates, What Does It Mean For You?The Federal Reserve raised interest rates on Wednesday for the first time since last year. It is a good sign for the economy, but may be a bad sign for your budget.
Rush University Study To Explore Alzheimer's Disease In LatinosStudies show Latinos may be at higher risk of developing dementia over other ethnicities, but are less likely to get medical help for it.