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Picture taken on October 29, 2010 in Paris of an alarm clock, as Europe moved to winter time at 0100 GMT on October 31, when clocks move back one hour. Clocks change in North America on November 7. AFP PHOTO / JEFF PACHOUD (Photo credit should read JEFF PACHOUD/AFP/Getty Images)

Health Problems In Children May Be Linked To Snoring

As CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez reports, snoring isn’t just annoying for the rest of the family. It could put your child’s health at risk.

10/04/2012

Dr. Paula Kezdie-Rogus, right, meets with Pat Healey in a stress-free dinner setting. (CBS)

Program Pairs Physicians With Patients In Stress-Free Dinner Setting

CBS 2’s Roseanna Tellez reports from the historic Cheney Mansion, where organizers set up tables with wine.

10/04/2012

Baby Feet

Some Moms Want Greater Allowances For Home Births With Midwives

CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez looks at the controversy over licensing some midwives.

10/01/2012

Chicago Public Schools students attending a "Children First" program -- alternative activities for kids during the teachers' strike -- cross a picket line outside Walter Payton College Prep High School on Sept. 10, 2012. (Credit: CBS)

Mixed Emotions, Some Confusion For Parents As Strike Begins

Parents of public school students were feeling mixed emotions as they sent kids to half-day programs at scores of Chicago Public Schools sites on Monday during the teachers’ strike, while others were confused when they learned teachers had walked off the job.

CBS Chicago–09/10/2012

Approximately 5,000 Chicago Public Schools teachers marched down Michigan Avenue on May 23, 2012, as a show of solidarity amid contract talks with the Emanuel administration. (Credit: CBS)

Teacher Contract Impasse Could Leave Parents Caught In Crossfire

Parents of kids at Chicago Public Schools have a huge stake in teacher contract talks, but no spot at the bargaining table; if there’s a strike, they’re left to wonder, “What will I do with my kids?”

CBS 2–09/04/2012

CBS 2 producer Carol Thompson noticed the burning bush in her yard was already changing colors in mid-August, well before the start of fall. Experts say it's a sign of drought damage, not an early fall. (Credit: Carol Thompson, CBS 2)

Leaves Already Changing Color A Sign Of Drought, Not Early Fall

Have you seen them yet? Some trees and shrubs in the Chicago area have been changing colors, a month before the official start of autumn. We got to wondering if this is an early sign of fall, or a sign of trouble.

CBS 2–08/21/2012

Police SWAT officers surround the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin where at least one gunman stormed the mass and opened fire August, 5, 2012 Oak Creek, Wisconsin. At least six people were killed when a shooter, who was shot dead by a police officer, opened fire on congregants in the Milwaukee suburb.  (Photo by Darren Hauck/Getty Images)

911 Tapes From Sikh Temple Shooting Released

Authorities have released recordings of 911 calls from the shooting massacre at a Sikh house of worship near Milwaukee earlier this month.

CBS Chicago–08/15/2012

Some pet experts advise raw diets for animals, though not everyone is sold on them. (CBS)

Some Pet Owners Swear By Raw Diets For Their Animals

The food contains meat, organs, bone, and in some cases vegetables and fruit, all ground together and sold frozen. Just thaw it out and serve it up.

08/09/2012

Eight-foot tall fencing, used during the NATO Summit for barricades around McCormick Place, have been set up around much of the perimeter of Lollapalooza, to keep out gate crashers who plagued the festival last year. (Credit: CBS)

Lollapaloza Taking Steps To Keep Out Gate Crashers, Protect Grant Park Grass

Call them Lollapa-losers; the free-loaders who crashed the entrance gates at Lollapalooza last year without paying. No encores allowed this year.

CBS Chicago–08/01/2012

Carly Rae Jepsen, Vince Gerasole

‘Call Me Maybe:’ The CBS 2 Edition

They’re calling “Call Me Maybe” the song of summer 2012, and Carly Rae Jepsen, the 26-year-old Canadian recording artist behind the song, has become an international superstar. She joined Vince Gerasole this morning to talk, and sing, about it.

CBS 2–07/20/2012

Members of the Chicago Board of Education meet to discuss an independent arbitrator's report, suggesting 15 percent raises for Chicago Public Schools teachers next year. (Credit: CBS)

School Board, Union Reject Arbitrator’s Report On Teachers Contract

The Chicago Board of Education and the Chicago Teachers Union have both unanimously rejected an independent arbitrator’s suggestions on how to end the contract stalemate with public school teachers.

CBS Chicago–07/18/2012

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Art Institute’s Lions Now Equipped With Roar

The museum installed the canned-roar system for the NATO summit in May and decided to use it after-hours. CBS 2′s Roseanne Tellez reports.

07/13/2012

Customers check out some of the vendors at the 2012 edition of the Taste of Chicago, which was shortened to five days and pushed back until after the July 4 holiday. (Credit: CBS)

Shorter Taste Of Chicago Opens In Grant Park

Chicago’s 32nd edition of Taste of Chicago opened with diminutive Ald. Walter Burnett (27th) pronouncing it: “Shorter, but better, just like myself.”

CBS Chicago–07/11/2012

Booths set up for the Taste of Chicago from July 11 to July 15, 2012. (Credit: CBS)

Previewing The Taste Of Chicago

The Taste of Chicago will open for business on Wednesday, a somewhat spicier business than in the past, if also smaller than Chicagoans and tourists are used to.

CBS Chicago–07/10/2012

Surviving brothers of Michael Jackson visit Gary, Ind. on Friday June 22, 2012 as they launched a reunion tour. (CBS)

Jackson Brothers Visit Gary, Ind. As Concert Tour Begins

Relatives, friends and fans braved the heat for a chance to see the famous siblings — Jackie, Jermaine, Marlon and Tito – who made their way to the onetime Jackson family home at 2300 Jackson Street.

06/22/2012

A Polish flag with a black streamer flies from a car outside a memorial mass at Holy Trinity Church held to honor Polish President Lech Kaczynski and the 96 others killed when their plane crashed yesterday in Western Russia April 11, 2010 in Chicago, Illinois. Chicago is home to the largest population of Polish people outside of Warsaw.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Stolen Artifacts To Be Returned To Polish Museum

The Polish Museum of America on the city’s Near West Side is about to get back more than 100 stolen exhibits.

WBBM Newsradio–06/20/2012

A fire destroyed three trailer homes in Antioch. (CBS)

Trailer Homes Destroyed By Fire In Antioch

Fire torched a mobile home park in far north suburban Antioch on Tuesday, causing substantial damage and ruining some summer fun.

06/12/2012

Jamal Lockett, 16, was fatally shot June 2, 2012 in the South Shore neighborhood. (Family handout)

Dispute Over Bicycle Blamed In Teen’s Fatal Shooting

Jamal Lockett was fatally shot in the South Shore neighborhood on Saturday. CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez reports.

06/03/2012

Army Sgt. Frances Escobar hugs her son, 10-year-old Isaiah Gonzalez, at Pasteur Elementary School on May 29, 2012. Escobar surprised her son during an assembly on Memorial Day, after returning from a tour in Afghanistan. (Credit: CBS)

Army Mom Home From Afghanistan Surprises Son At School

An Army mom delivered a big surprise at her son’s Southwest Side elementary school on Tuesday.

CBS 2–05/29/2012

Commuter Train Security

Tight Security Remains In Place On Commuter Trains; Some Runs Canceled

While commuters riding the rails will face increased security Monday morning, some riders may not have any trains at all to catch.

CBS Chicago–05/21/2012

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