Several hundred people gathered in a chapel on campus to remember Foley, one of the journalists beheaded by Islamic extremists in Syria.
Both the Union Pacific and Metra stressed that Friday’s meeting was meant to explain — not justify — what happened earlier this month. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
Service on the South Shore commuter train line was temporarily suspended east of Hammond on Wednesday evening, due to damage to the overhead wires that power the trains.
The CTA won’t increase fares or cut service in the coming year — if its unions agree to $160 million or more in work rule changes.
Pastor Joel Osteen is in Chicago this week getting ready for a big service at U.S. Cellular Field on Saturday night. He spoke with CBS 2′s Jim Williams about this message and about what some of his critics say.
Amtrak’s City of New Orleans train resumes service over its full route Saturday, following nearly a month of service disruptions due to flooding north of Memphis, Tenn.
Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel attended community-service functions and caught an outdoor show by the classic-rock band Chicago on Saturday, as the clock ticked toward his swearing-in Monday.
Four Metra lines are running on modified schedules, and some Amtrak cancellations remain in place, as area transit agencies deal with the lingering effects of the 2011 Blizzard.
An organization founded by a local church brought an estimated 40,000 Haitians together to celebrate their faith.
The group “Churches Helping Churches,” organized by the Harvest Bible Chapel, is holding a service in Haiti to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the horrific earthquake there.