Chicago's Polish Parade Draws Thousands Of Polish-Americans -- And A Few PoliticiansAmong the Illinois politicians showing up for the event: Gov. Bruce Rauner and a Democrat who hopes to unseat him, J.B. Pritzker.
The Germans Have Illinois SurroundedThere are 38 million Americans who speak Spanish in the United States, according to a 2011 Census study.
Police: Chicago Cops Shoot, Kill Man Who Rammed Police CarChicago police said officers shot and killed a man in south suburban East Hazel Crest on Tuesday, after the man rammed a police vehicle.
Best Places For Computer Classes In ChicagoFrom learning how to turn on a computer to setting up a business network, computer classes can help those who need the basics or just want to improve their skills. The Chicagoland area offers a variety of locations for computer classes ranging in price from free to more than $100.
Boxer Andrew Golota Faces Deportationne of Chicago’s best-known boxers faces deportation after being in the United States for 21 years.
Chicago Celebrates Polish Heritage On Pulaski DaySome people are fortunate enough get the day off for Casimir Pulaski Day Monday, as Chicago celebrates the city’s rich Polish culture.
Guide To International Holiday CuisineChicago is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the country. Large populations of first and second generation nationalities call the Windy City home and continue to celebrate many of their home country’s traditions. And while the common denominator of each celebration is the gathering of family and friends, the similarities end there. Traditional ethnic food and special ceremonies vary greatly.
Extra-Alarm Fire Strikes Polish Bakery In AvondaleAn extra-alarm fire broke out Monday morning at a longtime Polish bakery on Milwaukee Avenue in Avondale. Locals say the demise of the business is a blow the neighborhood's rich heritage.
Chicagoans Make Holy Pilgrimage To RomeChicagoans are among the throngs of Catholics in Rome this weekend to help honor the late Pope John Paul II. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine talks with some of the pilgrims.
Mom's Book Passes On Polish Christmas TraditionsChristmastime brings people and traditions together from around the world, and CBS 2’s Don Schwenneker talked with one Chicagoan who wanted to find out the reason behind some of the traditions.