CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports on why the Land of Lincoln isn’t as appealing as it once was.
The City of Toronto was doing a little chest thumping Wednesday morning at the expense of Chicago, after surpassing the Windy City as the fourth largest city in North America.
More than 200 volunteers and city employees fanned out overnight, counting the city’s homeless, but it was not driven by the cold snap.
Experts say coyotes are here to stay with plenty of prey to sustain the growing population.
Some state lawmakers question the accuracy of the U.S. Census count, which says tens of thousands of black residents have “disappeared” from Chicago.
New U.S. Census data shows the population of Chicago has dropped to its lowest levels since 1910 figures.