World Health Organization: Zika Virus 'Spreading Explosively'Amid a warning the Zika virus is “spreading explosively,” the World Health Organization has planned an emergency meeting to determine whether it should declare an emergency.
Emanuel Launches Initiative To Help Chicago Home BuyersWant to buy your first house, but the down payment and closing costs are too steep? The city wants to help, with a handout worth thousands of dollars. CBS 2's Mike Parker explains how you can cash in.
Flint Water Crisis Dredges Up Bad Memories For Crestwood WomanBefore the debacle in Michigan there was the debacle in the south suburb. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
Wheaton College Faculty Says Administration Should Not Fire ProfessorProf. Larycia Hawkins stunned the administration last month when she said Muslims and Christians pray to the same god.
Police Documents: Cedrick Chatman Told Officers 'I Give Up, I'm Shot'Newly released police documents and some previously unseen videos are answering some questions about the 2013 officer-involved shooting death of Cedrick Chatman, but other questions are still unanswered.
Judge Orders Release Of Videos Showing Another Fatal Police ShootingU.S. District Judge Robert Gettleman said he was "very disturbed" about the way the city suddenly dropped its objections to making the videos public, after as recently as three weeks ago having argued their release could compromise jury selection for the pending trial in a lawsuit filed by 17-year-old Cedrick Chatman's family.
Plenty Of Anger At Public Forum Asking For Input In Chicago Police Superintendent SearchThe public got a chance to weigh in on Chicago's search for a new police superintendent during a forum Tuesday night. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports at times, it wasn’t pretty.
Black Firefighters To Chicago Mayor: Oust Fire CommissionerThe African American Firefighters & Paramedics League, which held a news conference Thursday, says the biggest problem is the lack of hiring and promotion of black women. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
Introducing ... Cook County's First Baby Of 2016Jaylanie Rodriguez was born at 12:01 a.m., weighing five pounds, 10 ounces.
In Farewell Address, Education Secretary Arne Duncan Calls For More Action To Protect Children From Gun ViolenceCBS 2’s Mike Parker reports he’s coming back to Chicago with a mission.
Chicago Police Shootings Prompt Calls For More TasersRecent high profile Chicago Police shootings raise questions about some officers perhaps being trigger happy. Why don't they use something like Tasers that stun but don't kill?
Police Commander Glenn Evans Acquitted Of Brutality ChargesA Chicago police commander has been acquitted of all charges for allegedly shoving a gun in a suspect's mouth two years ago.