Chicago Cubs Always Depicted As Lovable LosersSome fans think Hollywood may soon need another team to pick on.
Work 'Never Gets Old' For Wrigley's Head Groundskeeper"I was born and raised a Cubs fan," Roger Baird says. "I got a dream job and couldn't ask for more."
Deceased Cubs Fans Remembered By Families As 'Angels In The Outfield'Families who have lost a diehard Cubs fans are considering them "angels in the outfield."
Erosion Along Northerly Island Has Closed Part Of TrailThe new $9 million trail opened to great fanfare just one year ago. But Monday, bicyclists and joggers were met by concrete barricades. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Wilmette Personal Trainer Fighting HIV Criminal ChargesA personal trainer faces charges after having unprotected sex with three women, knowing he had HIV.
Markham Club Shuts Down Voluntarily After Series Of ShootingsAfter a series of shootings, a far South Suburban Markham nightclub is closing its doors voluntarily.
School Bus Brings Child Home -- More Than 3 Hours LateIt was a tense evening for father Jose Aguilar. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Parents Discuss Prevention Methods After Hinsdale South ThreatPolice and Hinsdale South High School parents discussed Thursday more things parents can do to prevent situations, such as Wednesdays, to happen.
Hinsdale South Student’s Snapchat Threat Leads To Weapon ChargesA west suburban high school student who made a threat toward another student on social media is facing several weapons charges.
New Medical Marijuana Patch Fights PainExperts say it all starts with a conversation with your doctor to find out if you're eligible for treatment.
Family, Friends Remember U of I Shooting Victim; Alleged Gunman Still At LargeUniversity of Illinois Police believe suspect from weekend shooting to be a man on parole from another gun crime.
Habitual Offender Charged With Fatal Shooting Near Millennium ParkPolice said Paul Pagan, a convicted gun offender and gang member, has been charged with murder in the death of 54-year-old Peter Fabbri.