Park District Hopes Holiday Revelers Clean Up This TimeCathy Breitenbach, director of cultural and natural resources at the Chicago Park District, said officials don’t want a repeat of Memorial Day.
6 Dead, 63 Wounded In Memorial Day Weekend ShootingsThe total number of people shot during the weekend this year surpassed the 2015 holiday, when 55 people were shot, 12 fatally, over Memorial Day weekend.
World War II Vet Gets Bronze Star, More Than 70 Years After 'Battle Of The Bulge'Irv Abramson was part of the American force that beat back the Nazis in Germany’s late offensive.
Walk Raises Awareness Of Suicide Among War VetsOn the start of this Memorial Day weekend, a walk in Glencoe is raising awareness about suicide among soldiers and military veterans.
Chicago, State Police Promise To Be Out In Force This Holiday WeekendTheir assurances come amid an alarming spike in expressway shootings. CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Best Memorial Day Events For The Family In ChicagoRegardless of how you celebrate Memorial Day, Chicago has some activities for everyone. So if you and your family are looking for something to do this year, here are some of the best Memorial Day events for the entire family in Chicago.
3 Must Have BBQ Recipes To Kick Off SummerSummer is here, and so is barbecue season. Try these three tasty recipes instead of your usual boring standbys.
Research & Honor Your Family's Military History This Memorial DayMemorial Day is a great time to research your family's military history or learn a little more about your own past. Here are some helpful ways to start researching your past today.
What The Most Violent Memorial Day Weekend In Over A Decade Means For ChicagoWe took a look at 10 years of violent crime statistics to get a better idea of what Chicago's Memorial Day weekend violence really means...
For Families And Friends Of The Fallen, Every Day Is Memorial DayJim Frazier said people are too often worried they’ll offend him by asking about his son, Jake, an Illinois Air National Guard member who was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2003.
New Chicago Riverwalk Segment Open -- Sort OfThe south bank section from Clark to State is now officially open, but what exactly does “open” mean? CBS’s Marissa Bailey reports.
For Two World War II Vets, Friendship Endures More Than 70 YearsNative Chicagoans Nick Sherbula and Jim Vitti were strangers before World War II and the U.S. Army brought them together. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.