A motoring gadfly is challenging arguments that a blanket of speed enforcement cameras will improve safety for Chicago schoolchildren.
A fire this month that killed a woman in a Lake Shore Drive high-rise is drawing renewed attention to the question of the safety of such buildings.
A new seat belt law goes into effect with the ringing in of the New Year on Sunday.
At Soldier Field, the security pat-down is becoming passé. Chicago Bears fans should get ready to say hello to the hand-held metal-detecting wand, beginning this weekend, CBS 2′s Kristyn Hartman reports.
Thanksgiving means a time for food and gratitude, but public health officials say safety should be a top priority too.
Thanksgiving is a mere eight days away, and State Farm insurance has recruited William Shatner to inject some humor into a serious warning about turkey fryers.
Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport is the most dangerous airport in America, according to a new report by Travel and Leisure. CBS 2′s Kristyn Hartman reports.
A Will County company that specializes in environmental cleanup is accused of endangering its employees.
It seems parents are in favor of an idea that will be proposed this week in the City Council, to make it safer for children to walk to their neighborhood schools.
The union representing United Airlines pilots is suing to prevent new flying procedures set to begin this Friday, saying they threaten safety.
The case of Simon Ohiri, who has one of the worst track records, underscores loopholes in city regulations that need to be closed to protect passengers and pedestrians.
The Chicago Bears have signed free-agent safety Brandon Meriweather to a one-year contract.
Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy promised to have a plan in place at the beginning of the school year to ensure students have safe passage to class. But CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports not every school is equally covered.
The Chicago Transit Authority is launching a new campaign to promote safety and vigilance for Chicago area college students.
Police Supt. Garry McCarthy believes Chicago is a safer place to be since he started on the job nearly 100 days ago.
The National Work Zone Memorial has made its way to the Illinois State Fair for the fourth time, and organizers continue hoping it drives home the message of safe driving.
If you have the time to drive out to Holland, Mich., this weekend, you might want to take part in a surfer rescue and rip current awareness class — especially after the rough week on that side of Lake Michigan this week.
Gov. Pat Quinn has signed a bill into law that will protect children from the soccer goals that can tip over, after such an incident took a little boy’s life back in 2003.
They lost their son on a sports field when a soccer goal came crashing down on top of him. Tuesday, almost eight years after the tragedy, the Vernon Hills parents will watch the governor sign a bill into law, Zack’s Law.
The Bears have signed draft pick Stephen Paea to a four-year contract, and have agreed to terms with fellow draft pick Chris Conte.