Chicago Teachers Rally For New ContractCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports from Grant Park.
Meteorologists Around Country Say Yes To $23 Dress From AmazonHow much attention do you pay to what TV meteorologists are wearing? Maybe you should look a little closer, reports WBBM’s Terry Keshner.
50 Years Later, Producer Recalls Making Of "A Charlie Brown Christmas"Halloween is over, Thanksgiving is next and then Christmas, and this year is the 50th anniversary of one of the most cherished Christmas specials of them all.
Illinois Lawmakers To Propose Restrictions On Fantasy-Sports SitesThe legislation comes as websites like FanDuel and DraftKings, which offer pay-to-play fantasy sports contests with cash payouts, soar in popularity and gain scrutiny.
Coach For Special-Needs Athletes Charged With Sexual BatteryThe charges stem from a trip to a Georgia competition last spring, authorities say.
Severe Fire Damages Popular Lone Star Restaurant In ChannahonA severe fire tore through the Lone Star Restaurant at 25208 W. Eames St. in Channahon shortly before 6 p.m. Wednesday.
College Of DuPage: Bomb Threat Received, Monday Evening Classes Cancelled
Jake Arrieta Has Time For Cubs Fans As He And Teammates Leave WrigleyDiehard Cubs fans gathered outside the ballpark to try for autographs and photos and to cheer as players, coaches and executives boarded buses to O’Hare.
Chipotle Hiring 4,000 New Employees NationwidePlenty of Chicagoans were lined up at Chipotle restaurants on Wednesday, but it wasn’t just to buy burritos. The Mexican food chain was holding a one-day hiring blitz, in an effort to hire 4,000 new employees nationwide.
Police Go Door-To-Door As Lagoon Drained In Probe Of Child's Dismembered BodyChicago police continued to drain the Garfield Park lagoon on Wednesday, searching for more evidence after a child’s severed head, hands, and feet were found in the water over the weekend. Officers also were going door to door in the neighborhood, to try and gather information that might help them solve the mystery.
Police: Three Men Spotted On Fox Lake Video Not Involved In Cop's DeathPolice in north suburban Lake County said Tuesday the three men recorded on various surveillance cameras near the scene of a police officer's slaying last week were not involved in the fatal shooting.
Emanuel Gets Earful At Budget ForumSome yelled, while some read from their smart phones. One odd man out even thanked the mayor.