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.
McCarthy talked about recent violence in the city saying it’s more painful than usual because children are falling victim to it.
More and more schools across the country are opting for a pay-by-fingerprint system in the cafeteria to cut down on theft and speed up the lunch line.
Same-sex marriage in Illinois is legal and hundreds of couples across the state are taking advantage of the new law.
The number of people dying from strokes in Illinois has been dropping but health officials say the numbers should be much better.
Volunteers and good Samaritans have helped victims of the tornado in Washington, Illinois get back some of the things they lost.
There are Disney-themed trees, children’s board-game trees, even one called “Jiminy Christmas.” And then there was the “Fifty Shades of Grey” tree, which Navy Pier spokesman Nick Shields says didn’t quite fit in.
A baby died in Blue Island this weekend and investigators are looking at the father as a suspect.
Guards at Illinois state prisons worked overtime last year to the tune of $62 million but that won’t be the case this year.