Durbin Slams Sessions For Threatening Funds To Sanctuary Cities"You’re not helping us solve the murder problem in the city of Chicago by taking away these federal funds," Durbin said.
Are Drug Companies Playing A Role In The Opioid Crisis?A recovering opioid addict said he feels betrayed by his doctor, and he's not alone.
Delivery Driver Talks About Being Carjacked in StreetervilleA delivery driver tells his story of being carjacked in busy Streeterville.
How To Handle Sadness, Grief After Las Vegas Shooting: ExpertsThe shooting scene is hundreds of miles away, but the aftermath is also felt here in Chicago.
Smart Home Security Systems: Your Eyes When You're AwayThere are plenty of do-it-yourself systems if you have Wifi and a smart phone. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez checks out some of the options.
Arby's Manager MurderedThe family of a man dead after an altercation Wednesday night at a Hickory Hills restaurant wants answers on how it happened.
Archdiocese Halts St. Matthias School ExpansionSome parishioners and school parents are baffled, after $600,000 had been raised.
Puerto Rico Braces For Category 5 Hurricane MariaHurricane Irma, and now Maria, are dealing a brutal one-two punch to the island of Puerto Rico.
Metra Fare-Hike Plan Gets Initial ApprovalIt would be the fourth increase in four years. Riders are not happy.
80-Year-Old Woman Pushed To The Ground, Robbed In Lincoln ParkAn elderly woman was robbed and pushed to the ground Tuesday evening in the North Side Lincoln Park neighborhood by two suspects, one who may have been as young as 12.
Naperville Remembers Its Own 9/11 HeroOn the 16th anniversary of the attacks, the Exchange Club of Naperville is once again sponsoring the town's annual September 11 remembrance.
Chicago's Latino Community Concerned About Both Natural DisastersThe devastation from Hurricane Irma is part of a one-two punch being felt by Chicago's Latino community.