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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Gov. Rauner's Jabs At Mayor Emanuel Get Nastier, And Vice VersaCBS 2's Rob Johnson looks at the increasingly volatile rhetoric between the onetime friends.
After 111 Days Of Waiting, Good News Comes For Baby Heart PatientCBS 2's Brad Edwards has this follow-up report.
Family Of Baby Heart Patient Knows The Pain Of WaitingCBS 2's Rob Johnson introduces us to Ava Martin, who has endured much in her 15 months.
Barrington Cultivates Team Handball, A Growing Sport In Other Parts Of The GlobeCoach Craig Rot trains the only youth team handball club in the United States supported by the Olympic governing body.
Irika Sargent Named CBS 2 Co-Anchor With Rob JohnsonIrika Sargent has been named co-anchor of the CBS 2 Chicago (WBBM-TV) weekday evening news. Beginning October 19, Sargent will join Rob Johnson behind the station’s anchor desk at 5, 6 and 10 p.m.
What Will Stephen Colbert’s Late Show Be Like?For Colbert, it’s been a long journey from Northwestern student, to Second City player, to comedy writer, to Daily Show correspondent, to star of the Colbert Report on Comedy Central.
Video Shows Father's Last Moments Before Wood Dale Tent CollapseCBS 2 has obtained never-before-seen video of a deadly storm that knocked down a festival tent in Wood Dale, fatally injuring Steven Nincic.
Your Chicago: Camp Douglas, A Civil War Historic SiteThe 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.
Garden Sows Seeds Of Peace And Safety In WoodlawnUrban gardener William Hill is creating an oasis of calm in the midst of one of the city’s more violent communities.
Your Chicago: Chicago Tree ProjectTired 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.