North Lawndale Woman Dies After Falling Asleep In Bed While SmokingA West Side woman died more than a month after she fell asleep in bed while smoking and started a fire in her home.
Maywood Bans Tobacco Sales To Those Under 21Another Chicago area community has decided to ban tobacco sales to people who are under 21-years old.
More Than Half Of Adults Smoke In West Englewood, Tops List In Study A new study revealed West Englewood has the highest percentage of adults who smoke out of nine Chicago neighborhoods surveyed.
One-Fourth Of US Cancer Deaths Linked With 1 Thing: SmokingCigarettes contribute to more than 1 in 4 cancer deaths in the U.S. The rate is highest among men in southern states where smoking is more common and tobacco control policies are less strict.
Tobacco-Buying Age Increases To 21 In Chicago This WeekRetailers predict unintended consequences. WBBM's Terry Keshner reports.
City Council Raises Chicago Smoking Age To 21, Bans Chewing Tobacco At BallparksAldermen have approved Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s latest push to cut down on tobacco use, by raising the smoking age in Chicago to 21, and banning chewing tobacco at ballparks and other sports arenas.
For Some, Bitter Winter Weather Doesn't Shut Down Smoke BreaksThe heartiest workers still find the time to take smoke breaks outside.
Illinois, Indiana Attorney Generals Team Up For Teen Anti-Smoking CampaignIndiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller and Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan have teamed to support Legacy's national youth smoking prevention campaign, Truth.
Police: Man Shot Neighbor With BB Gun For SmokingOn July 18, the victim was smoking a cigarette on his own first-floor patio on Quail Hollow Drive, when a neighbor two floors above him shouted to him, "Hey, put that cigarette out, now."
South Bend Council Votes Against Smoking Ban For Bars South Bend’s Common Council has voted against a smoking ban, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
Got A Kid In The Car? No Smoking, State Lawmaker ProposesLegislation proposed by state Sen. Ira Silverstein, D-Chicago, would make it illegal for an adult to smoke in a vehicle with children under 18 inside. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
City Touts Decline In Teen SmokingFewer than 11 percent of Chicago high school students reported smoking last year.