Girls traveled from across the Midwest to a South Side school to get everything they need for prom — for free.
As teenagers get ready prom season and graduation, one suburban police department is asking parents to make sure they play it safe.
Wwith prom season approaching, police and firefighters were taking steps to show students the potential consequences of driving drunk, with the help of some of their classmates.
Traditionally, boy meets girl, boy asks girl to prom, she says yes and they have either a miserable or magical evening.
It was a miraculous moment months in the making senior Miles Turner. Still on the mend after suffering five gunshot wounds, he sported a white tux and sparkly class ring for his night to shine. CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
High schoolers everywhere are getting ready for prom, but at most high schools, special needs students get left out every year. That’s not the case at Waukegan High School.
A couple from west suburban Naperville have been placed on supervision and fined $1,000 for hosting an after-prom party, in which they allowed alcoholic beverages to be consumed by students of Naperville North High School.
A West Side man has been charged after he allegedly hijacked a sports-utility vehicle at gun-point on his way to prom with his girlfriend.
Prom is right around the corner for many high schools and if you haven’t bought your dress yet, time is quickly running out. The number one thing any girl wants in her dress is for it not to match anyone else’s at prom. And I can attest, as someone who showed up at her prom in the same dress as another girl, it’s not a good feeling. Luckily my gentleman of a date that night said the right thing – you look nicer. Here are a few stores that can help you be the belle of the ball.
A suburban woman who missed her prom when she was paralyzed in a drunken driving crash will be going to the prom Friday night, after an unlikely meeting.
It’s a dream come true for hundreds of girls – dresses and all the accessories for prom – for free. It happened for the second of three Saturdays at the South Side McCorkle Elementary School.
Prom season is just around the corner, but as many parents know, prom is not always cheap.
Prom season is underway, and one teenager from Gary, Ind., is bucking tradition by taking his mother as his date.
Two Kane County judges today gave juniors and seniors at St. Charles East High School the bare bones truth about possible consequences of bad decision-making on prom night.