Chicago Writer-Director Premieres Semi-Autobiographical Cancer FilmA new feature film is premiering Sunday at Loyola Hospital in Maywood.
Students Clean Up Humboldt Park As Part Of Leadership ConferenceThe students are part of the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Foundation’s annual World Leadership Congress.
Grown-Up But Can't Ride A Bike? Chicago Has A Program For YouStarting Monday, the Chicago Department of Transportation will offer free bicycle riding classes for adults.
Chicago Area Court Is No. 1 In Bankruptcy FilingsThe court says it had 47,535 case filings in the 12-month period ending March 31, overtaking the Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California.
Heat Causes Buckling On Lake Shore Drive, Traffic SlowdownsChicago has had six day this month with temperatures of more than 90 degrees. The average for June is just four.
Tobacco-Buying Age Increases To 21 In Chicago This WeekRetailers predict unintended consequences. WBBM's Terry Keshner reports.
'But Wait, There's More!' Exhibit Features Ron Popeil's Greatest GadgetsRemember all those "Ronco" gadgets and commercials? They're being remembered again in an exhibit at the Elmhurst History Museum called "But Wait, There's More!"
Chicago Vigils Continue For Orlando Victims"When there is hate, we in the city of Chicago bring love,” Mayor Rahm Emanuel said. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Maywood Restores Home With Ties To Civil WarCan the former Maywood Home for Soldiers' Widows and Orphans generate revenue as some kind of business? WBBM's Terry Keshner reports.
Roosevelt University Professor Contributes To New Book That Takes A Look At Chicago's Wildlife A new book challenges Chicagoans to take a closer look at the life around them… the "wild life."
Chef Mindy Segal Offers New Line Of Marijuana EdiblesA celebrity Chicago chef is launching a new line of medical marijuana edibles.
New Play At North Side Theatre Tells Story Of United Flight 232 CrashA tragic day has been transformed into a touching drama at a North Side theatre.