Pat Hughes Broadcasts His First World Series EverAfter 6,000 games, Cubs radio play-by-play man Pat Hughes broadcast his first World Series game.
Controversy Over Cleveland Indians' Logo Rages AnewSome say "Chief Wahoo" is not an appropriate depiction of Native American culture. CBS 2's Rob Johnson is in Cleveland for the historic Cubs-Indians World Series.
The World Series Marks Cleveland's Third National Event It Hosts This YearTuesday marks the third major national event Cleveland will host in 2016 when the Chicago Cubs take the field.
Some Military Veterans Feel Like Pawns In Fierce Senate Race Between Kirk, DuckworthEach candidate has made military service an issue, sometimes in negative ways. CBS 2's Rob Johnson reports.
Harvey Cop Never Charged After 2 Pregnant Women Accused Him Of MisconductOne woman filed a police report after she says the two had sex in the back of Jones' squad car, CBS 2's Rob Johnson reports.
Street Named In Honor Of Well-Known Evanston BarberWith the pull of a string, part of Church Street is now Samuel Johnson Place, an honor earned for cutting hair for 67 years.
Rabid Cubs Fans Use Players' Numbers To Win $1M PowerballCubs fans Brad and Kim Brunk won $1 million playing Powerball. And every week for the past 19 years, they’ve played the same numbers -- most belonging to their favorite Cubs players.
Trump Chides Chicago For Volume Of ShootingsTrump blamed Obama for what he characterized as a spike in violence across the country since the Democrat took office.
Chicago Teen Serving As GOP Alternate Delegate In ClevelandCBS 2’s Rob Johnson talks with two young people from Illinois who are taking part in the national GOP nominating convention.
Illinois Delegation Puts On United Front On Eve Of GOP ConventionThe head of the Illinois Republican Party has been working to assure delegates to the Republican National Convention that the GOP is firmly behind presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump.
How Will Attacks Change Way Belgians Live Their Lives?CBS 2’s Rob Johnson lived in Brussels for five years until the time he was 18. Today, he spoke to two friends from high school, who have lived there for decades, to see how they are doing in the aftermath.
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