World Armwrestling League Kicks Off New Season In RosemontArm wrestling is one of mankind’s oldest competitions, dating back to ancient Egypt; and now the sport is enjoying a modern day surge in popularity.
School With A New PurposeA development company is transforming the school into apartments.
The Future Of School? Glenbrook Schools Testing New Classroom ConceptsThe focus of school administrators has long been on things like textbooks and teachers. Now one north suburban high school district thinks the answer to better learning might involve different furniture and paint.
2 Investigators: Are Rideshares Increasing Traffic Congestion?Many believe downtown traffic is worse than ever. Are companies such as Uber and Lyft worsening the problem?
NIU Shooting Marks 10 YearsNot only did it change that campus forever, it also changed the lives of those who survived that horror.
Billboard Urges Convict's Release In '95 MurdersPerhaps you have seen the sign: “Free Matt Sopron.” CBS 2's Rob Johnson sought the story behind it.
Positively Chicago: Rosey's MS FoundationWhat do you get when you combine a man with a serious neurological disease and a son who wants to eradicate that debilitating disease?
Positively Chicago: Spirit Hockey CampCBS 2's Rob Johnson reports on a faith-oriented hockey program for young people.
President's Call For Layoffs Leads To Feud Between Preckwinkle And DartCounty Board President Toni Preckwinkle and Sheriff Tom Dart are at odds with each other over the President's proposals for layoffs and budget cuts.
Former Blackhawk Bryan Bickell Copes With MS By Staying PositiveThe newly retired hockey player and his wife, both animal lovers, are concentrating on their foundation, CBS 2's Rob Johnson reports.
Perplexing Case: When Alleged Bully And Victim Have Developmental DisabilitiesIn January, school officials alerted parents of Grace Sanchez that Grace may have been inappropriately touched by a younger student for the second time in three months. CBS 2's Rob Johnson reports.
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.