CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot talks with locals who say they live in a neighborhood in turmoil.
Each time they pick a different location where a business owner or neighbor has complained about a problem. CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker continues her series on efforts to end violence in Chicago.
About 500 residents of a low-income housing development in Glen Ellyn have been told their apartments are part of a proposed TIF district, and they should reasonably expect to be displaced.
Several Chicago-area residents who had traveled to Boston this week to be a part of the prestigious running event instead became witness to horror.
Residents of a the Lathrop Homes public housing development, at Diversey Parkway and the Chicago River’s North Branch, are fighting to stay in their homes in wake of a CHA renovation project.
Hundreds of families in northwest Indiana were without water for more than a day. As CBS 2′s Jim Williams reports.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was out thanking people in the South Loop Tuesday morning for putting up with NATO.
Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) wants to crack down on Wrigleyville residents who sell their neighborhood parking permits.
A group of Naperville residents says new smart meters being installed in Naperville pose a real health risk. The city says the efficient devices won’t harm anyone.
A day after CBS 2 reported three residents of the same Elgin street had their identities stolen, more victims stepped forward.
If it’s too cold for comfort outside, just imagine what it must be like with no heat INSIDE. CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez talked to residents in an apartment building on the South Side’s Woodlawn neighborhood.