Warm Meals Warm The Heart Of Chicago's Auburn GreshamSt. Sabina Parish and community groups teamed up Tuesday to offer free box dinners for parishioners and others in the neighborhood.
St. Sabina Hosts Gun BuybackSt. Sabina Catholic Church held a gun turn-in program Saturday, offering $100 gift cards for guns, no questions asked, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
Fr. Pfleger Gets Strong Show Of Support From Archbishop CupichCBS 2's Derrick Blakley reports at St. Sabina, it was a virtual lovefest between a controversial pastor and the leader of the archdiocese.
Veterans Protest Flying American Flag Below Chi-Raq Flag At St. SabinaMembers of veterans' motorcycle clubs gathered outside St. Sabina on Thursday to protest the American flag being flown at half mast, with a Chi-Raq flag from the recent Spike Lee film at the top of the pole.
Pfleger On Ferguson, One Year Later: Black Lives Still MatterFather Michael Pfleger says it's not enough to just remember Michael Brown, but force the country to address the issue of what he calls the genocide of black youth.
Pfleger: City Council Hearing On Chiraq "Insulting"Father Michael Pfleger of St. Sabina's says a City Council meeting Monday discussing the merits of a movie titled Chiraq is "insulting," reports WBBM's Mariam Sobh.
Hundreds Gather Outside St. Sabina For 'Chiraq' Block Party Hundreds of people are at St. Sabina's Block Party on the 7800 block of South Throop for a good time and the chance to get a photo taken with filmmaker Spike Lee, who's underwriting the festivities.
Alderman Denies Block Party Permit For Spike Lee Film "Chiraq"David Moore, the alderman in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood where the Spike Lee movie "Chiraq” is being shot, is denying a permit for a block party for the film.
Mothers Remember Children Lost To ViolenceCBS 2’s Derrick Blakley reports those moms, hoping to use their painful loss, for a higher purpose.
Thousands Turn Out To Audition For Spike Lee Film “Chiraq”The controversial title didn't keep thousands of people from lining up for a part in Spike Lee's new movie.
Families Of Murder Victims Meet With Chicago Police Detectives On Solving Cold Cases Families of murder victims on the South Side bent the ear of the chief of detectives of the Chicago Police Department for a while Saturday at a forum at St. Sabina church.
Reward To Find Child's Killer Grows To $13,500If you have information, call (800) 883-5587.