CBS 2’s Mike Parker spoke with those seeing new doors opening.
Mourners gathered at Old St. Pat’s Church to pay final respects to the legendary linebacker, who was found dead in his Chicago home Monday at age 70.
Protesters in Zion renewed their demands to equip police officers with body-cams.
Two men claimed last week they were ejected by their Uber driver after they shared a kiss.
Chicagoan Shadi Ramini says he and a friend ordered the Blue Ribbon taxi through Uber.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart is issuing a dire warning about what will happen to his jail because of Governor Bruce Rauner’s cuts to state social safety net programs, reports CBS 2’s Mike Parker.
Imagine this: you’re terminally ill and your doctors have tried every available drug and nothing works. Now, Indiana is trying to give hope to those who are dying and hopeless.
Police in La Porte County are investigating what they call “widespread” sexting among high school students in the greater Michigan City area.
(CBS) — As several hundred protesters chanted outside an Elgin restaurant Friday, Gov. Bruce Rauner told supporters inside that he is ready to do battle with Illinois’ public employee unions. Rauner said he is not […]
With high school girls thinking about prom season, here’s a warning from the Better Business Bureau.
Imagine your tax return is rejected by the IRS because somebody has already filed a fake return in your name. Then the next day, you get a refund.
A South Side charter school is mourning the murder of one of its students.
Brian D. Smith, 32, is charged with one count of criminal sexual assault and was ordered held on $600,000, Will County State’s Attorney’s Office said Friday.
A vehicle hit 86-year-old Richard Mikulec Jan. 12 near the intersection of Harlem and Shermer in Morton Grove last month. The Army Air Corps veteran died from his injuries.
John and Brenda O’Laughlin have raised $148,000 to fund 18 four-year scholarships, in honor of their daughter, Kelli. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
Previously, the highly publicized dognapping incident, which ended with the stolen pets recovered Thursday, was characterized as a carjacking.
The cold weather can be dangerous both outside, and inside your home if your furnace isn’t working properly.
For six years, Lt. Douglas Crowley has played bagpipes on special occasions for the Chicago Fire Department’s Pipes and Drums band. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
Aurora police took a 19-year-old suspect into custody Friday evening after a shooting in Montgomery.
Another round of snow is keeping the plows in the Chicago area busy.