Oh, the things you will see on the CTA.
Debris from someone’s life landed at April Gerstung’s residence near Morris, hours after a devastating tornado flattened parts of Washington in central Illinois.
Just months after going co-ed, a Catholic high school in the Bronzeville neighborhood has become the focus of a police investigation into sexually explicit photos students allegedly shared with each other.
School officials told authorities that some students received or distributed sexually explicit photos of a female.
Born on June 13th, Brookfield Zoo’s snow leopard cub made it’s debut this Wednesday, September 18th. When we last checked in with the cub in August, it weighed 10 pounds. It’s now a whopping 15 pounds and growing. You can see the cub with his mother, Sarani, and father, Sabu, in Brookfield Zoo’s “Big Cats” exhibit.
Woman who was treated after an episode of binge drinking alleges a doctor who wasn’t involved in her treatment came into her room, and took pictures of her crying while hooked up to an IV.
Here are five classes in Chicago, ranging from camera basics to shooting on location and editing, that will help you capture special moments and places.
After announcing their reunion after an indefinite hiatus this February live at B96/Chicago, Fall Out Boy’s remarkable comeback brought them to their hometown once again for a sold-out show at the intimate Riviera Theatre on Thursday night.
Planning to snap a photo of your plate when you head out to dinner tonight? Some restaurants are cracking down.
The FBI has released two surveillance photos of the man suspected of robbing an Old Second Bank branch in west suburban Aurora on Sept. 24.
Why does McDonald’s food look different in commercials compared with what you get in a restaurant? A fair question, and McDonald’s is happy to show you.
The pictures are now part of an investigation headed by police in Freeport, where the soccer team played in a tournament.
U.S. Rep Jan Schakowsky was escorted into CIA headquarters this afternoon where she became one of a select few people to get a look at the death photos of Osama Bin Laden.
U.S. Senators Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) and Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) do not agree on whether photos of the slain Osama bin Laden should have been released to the public.
Chicagoans are reacting to the decision by President Barack Obama not to make public the gruesome death photos of Osama bin Laden.
A state lawmaker doesn’t want drivers to stop and take pictures or videos of vehicle accidents.
Pictures posted online may contain GPS information, called geotags, that could put you in danger. CBS 2’s Mary Kay Kleist reports.