Police Digging At Joliet Home For Woman Missing Since 1990The dig comes after new leads in the case of Robin Abrams, who was a Will County sheriff’s officer who disappeared on Oct. 4, 1990.
Barricade Situation Ends In Blue IslandSWAT teams surrounded a home at 119th and Longwood shortly before 10 a.m.
Protesters Gather In Chicago For President's Day Trump RallySeveral hundreds of people gathered for the "Not My President" President's Day rally in Chicago.
O'Hare Airport Celebrates 75th Anniversary Of Namesake's Heroic FlightNavy Lt. Edward “Butch” O’Hare single-handedly shot down five of nine Japanese bombers attacking his aircraft carrier, the Lexington, on Feb. 20, 1942.
Woman, 67, Carjacked; One Suspect Crashes Second Stolen CarA 67-year-old woman was carjacked late Thursday night in the River North neighborhood, and one of the suspects later crashed another stolen car.
Book Warns Moms, Dads About Excessive 'ParentSpeak' Toward KidsCan some tried-and-true expressions, such as "Good job!," be overused when rearing children? CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Food Manufacturers Looking To Standardize Expiration LabelsThe Food Marketing Institute and the Grocery Manufacturer's Association proposed new effort to standardized expiration labels on foods.
CPD Searching For Shooter Who Killed 2 And Injured Pregnant WomanPolice have solid leads in the shooting of three, including the fatal shooting of 2-year-old Lavontay White.
Doctors Are Seeing A Spike In Child Flu CasesThe vaccine is a good match for this year's virus, but no longer offering the flu mist option may be keeping some parents away.
Feds: 'Wheel Of Fortune' Heroin Ring Joked About Using 'Vanna White' HotlineThe heroin-trafficking operation grossed $15,000 a day at one spot on the South Side, Chicago Police and federal officials say.
Official: More Than 100 Dogs Sick From Canine Flu In Chicago AreaDozens of sick dogs at The Anti-Cruelty Society have caused the organization's adoption shelter to close.
Family Of Man Killed By Forest Park Police Seek AnswersThe family of a man killed by Forest Park police are demanding a thorough investigation. They dispute the officers’ story and they have hired a civil rights lawyer to get answers.