CBS 2 has obtained never-before-seen video of a deadly storm that knocked down a festival tent in Wood Dale, fatally injuring Steven Nincic.
The South Side encampment was named after 19th Century Illinois politician Steven Douglas and was one of the most important Union camps during the Civil War. CBS 2’s Rob Johnson reports.
Urban gardener William Hill is creating an oasis of calm in the midst of one of the city’s more violent communities.
Tired of seeing the trees being decimated, the Chicago Park District called on artists to begin turning the trees from eyesores to neighborhood gems. CBS 2’s Rob Johnson reports.
Chewing, sniffling, breathing, they’re just everyday noises, but for some people they can cause uncontrollable anger.
Rush University Medical Center is training veterans in the highly competitive, highly sought-after information technology field. CBS 2’s Rob Johnson reports.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has proposed sweeping state budget cuts that have angered local officials.
CBS 2’s Rob Johnson talked to those who use and make them, and those who say buyer beware.
NCIS is the number one show on television, and while doing autopsies is not glamorous work, people are fascinated with forensic pathology.
In every community there is a place where the neighborhood comes to gather. On the Southeast Side of Chicago, for the past 40 years, that place has been The Rink.
Last weekend in Los Angeles, Chicago blues legend Buddy Guy received a lifetime achievement award at the Grammy Awards for his stellar music career.
His name is Father Andrew Smith. He is the pastor of Holy Angels parish in Bronzeville, and his ascension to the pulpit there is anything but ordinary. CBS 2’s Rob Johnson reports.
A Chicago-based project to record the histories of African Americans has received some significant recognition. CBS 2’s Rob Johnson reports.
(CBS) – There is a movie premier this Sunday unlike any other. “The Curse of the Tempest Jewel” is a local production that features the talents of a very special group of people. CBS 2’s […]
Two West Side residents risked gang retaliation to help solve a cold case received a big honor Wednesday.
Maggie Kendall, an animal sciences teacher at a Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences, is thinking big — $100,000 big. CBS 2’s Rob Johnson explains.
“Do these negative ads really work?”
Tuesday night’s debate was held at the DuSable Museum of African American History on Chicago’s South Side.
Cancers that had been undetectable can now be seen, thanks to a green glow. CBS 2’s Rob Johnson reports.
CBS 2’s Rob Johnson introduces us to another team of young winners from the Chicago region.