There are over 10,000 Vietnamese who relocated to Chicago in the 1970’s and they’re remembering what’s known as “Black April.”
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.
For his first Easter as the leader of the Archdiocese of Chicago, Archbishop Blase Cupich celebrated mass at St. Julie Billiart Parish Tinley Park instead of at Holy Name Cathedral.
Ruth Zeldenrust farms 80 acres in Chicago Heights. She’s just one of a growing number of female farmers.
A Cook County judge on Tuesday confirmed the will signed by Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks three months before his death leaving everything to his caregiver, Regina Rice.
WBBM’s Veronica Carter reports it was a standing room only crowd at the Ukrainian Cultural Center for Illinois’ Mark Kirk and Arizona’s John McCain.
A Geneva man accused of killing his wife and dumping her body along railroad tracks near their home says he absolutely did not do it.
51 percent of women are living alone and those who are married are outliving their spouses by up to ten years, reports WBBM’s Veronica Carter. For that reason, financial planners say they need to learn more about managing their money.
It may be cold out but you’re being asked to brave the temps and help pack meals for starving children Sunday and Monday.
Beware: A plan to become healthier could be fraught with hidden costs.
Senator Mark Kirk is pushing the suburbs to join his fight with the federal government to approve Narcan, a nasal form of naxolone–which is used to treat opiate overdoses.
Remember, the clock starts ticking from when the item is bought—not when you unwrap it.
Many discussions in the medical community are centering around AIDS and HIV with World AIDS Day on Monday.
Faster than you can say “The Jetsons,” the Foodini is in production. It’s a food printer.
Two car loads of toys have been delivered to the Salvation Army in Crystal Lake thanks to a newlywed couple who asked for gifts for the needy instead of wedding presents.
A mattress leaning against a home in the Lakeview neighborhood caught on fire overnight and it’s got residents on edge again.
A researcher who’s been studying Ebola for six years says people should be concerned about the virus but not panicked.
The ribbon’s been cut on a huge healthcare and retail project on the city’s Southwest Side.
The Bears versus the Packers meant the parking lots filled up quickly and officers were watching to see who was taking the handicapped spots.
Many suburban communities suffered water damage overnight, due to flash flooding from the heavy downpour of Monday night’s storm. CBS 2’s Mike Puccinelli reports one of the hardest-hit areas was west suburban Bellwood, where floodwater surrounded many homes and inundated several streets.