Irish Eyes Smile At South Side ParadeChicago is the place to be to celebrate all things Irish.
Monument Near Soldier Field To Celebrate 1st Special Olympics In 1968Officials will break ground Friday on a 30-foot monument known as the Eternal Flame of Hope.
People Pack The Polar PlungeThe Super Plunge kicked off a month's worth of plunge events benefiting the Special Olympics with the goal of raising two million dollars.
Columbus Drive Bridge To Close For Ducky Derby ThursdayThe bridge will close for an hour starting at noon for the Windy City Rubber Ducky Derby, an annual fundraiser for the Special Olympics.
Cops Get On Donut Shop Rooftops To Raise Money For Special OlympicsCops and donuts traditionally have gone together like bread and butter.
Special Olympics Basketball Team Gets Special Send Off To ChampionshipParents, students and teachers congratulated the Glenbard South Special Olympics basketball team as it heads to the State Championships.
Chicago Skater Will Compete In The Special Olympics World GamesBarb Shimoda loves seeing her son, Tommy, who has autism and is non-verbal, fly around the ice. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Young Chicago Athletes Take The Plunge To Benefit Special OlympicsOne student is doing it for a very personal reason, CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports.
Special Olympics Kick Off Spring Games At Soldier FieldDedicated athletes filled Soldier Field on Friday, but it has nothing to do with the Bears or the NFL Draft. Opening ceremonies got underway for the 48th Annual Special Olympics, with thousands of athletes ready to compete in events next week.
Glenbard South Special Olympics Team Headed To State Basketball TournamentThe Glenbard South Raiders received a rousing send-off Friday morning as the Special Olympics basketball team headed to the state tournament in Bloomington.
Special Olympics Gets Underway With Opening Ceremony At Soldier FieldThousands with special needs worked for months to get ready for the big event this week.
Special Olympics Focuses On Respect In Bid To End "The R-Word"Special Olympics, which hosts competitive games for disabled Americans, says the R-word stands for "retard" or "retarded." Spokeswoman Michele Evans said, even if it's not intended to, it causes pain to those with intellectual and development disabilities.