Chicagoans Vote To Keep Pump Room NameBy an overwhelming margin, Chicagoans told influential hotel developer Ian Schrager to keep the Pump Room name, as he renovates the legendary restaurant and watering hole.
Chicago Police Football Team Makes National Championship GameChicago’s finest recently earned a berth in the Law Enforcement National Championship Game this weekend.
Pump Room Prepares For Grand ReopeningThe Pump Room was a special place for many years, and now its owners are trying to hearken back those days.
Flood Threat Has River Grove Getting ReadyLiving along a river – any river – means keeping your eye to the sky, and rain in the spring means the potential for your street to turn into a river. They know that all too well in River Grove.
Program Brings Students Right To The Trading FloorSome kids who might not ordinarily get a financial education are now passing by the rest of us with all they know about big business today.
Redford Throws First Pitch For Cubs' Home OpenerScreen legend Robert Redford threw out the opening pitch for the Cubs home opener Friday afternoon.
CBS 2 Launches Public Tryouts For New Traffic ReporterCBS 2 is launching a contest for residents to become the station’s new morning traffic reporter.
Gilt City Offers Savings, Unique ExperiencesEarlier this week, CBS 2’s Susan Carlson and Megan Glaros took advantage of a new group savings site for a dining experience at a posh River North eatery.
Boy, 10, Is A Piano ProdigyEthan Bortnick is only 10 years old, but he surpasses the talent of people generations older when he sits down at the piano. CBS 2's Steve Bartelstein reports.
Daley Honored, Criticized In Art ExhibitArtists are depicting Mayor Richard M. Daley -- both the positive and the negative sides -- at a gallery show in Wicker Park.
Soup Is A Passion For Chef In BucktownSoup is the epitome of comfort food, but for Chef Curtis McGhee, it’s a passion.