Chipotle Stores Back Open After Company-Wide Food Safety MeetingCBS 2's Vince Gerasole shows us what Chipotle employees did around noon today instead of making burritos.
'Downton' Chicago: A Sneak PeekCostumes from the hugely popular PBS drama are making extended cameos at a Chicago museum. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Englewood Native Finds Success As Nuclear EngineerCharles Wilson makes sure to visit with school children to encourage them to succeed. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Motorists Loving Low Gas Prices, But Economic Impact Not All PositiveDrivers are enjoying some of the lowest prices at the pump in years, but as CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports it comes at a price.
Legacy Of Walter Payton Lives On With NFL Man Of The Year AwardSix days until Super Bowl 50, one of the guests heading to the big game is Connie Payton, the wife of Bears legend Walter Payton.
Connie Payton Says She Doesn’t Want Grandson To Play Football The widow of Chicago Bears great Walter Payton says she doesn’t want her grandson to play football over concerns about concussions.
Super Bowl A Popular Time To Buy New TV, But Choices Can Be DauntingSuper Bowl 50 is just over a week away in Santa Clara, Calif., but for less money than buying a ticket and traveling for the big game, you can buy a state-of-the-art TV and watch it right here on CBS 2.
Film About Bipolar Disorder Previews In ChicagoCBS 2's Vince Gerasole talks with the director of the Katie Holmes feature "Touched With Fire."
Honor Flights To Begin Flying Korean War Vets To D.C. To Visit Memorial Some of our nation's heroes are about to get the opportunity of a lifetime.
Arctic Blast Behind Surge In Colds And FluIn the cold and flu aisle at pharmacies, folks are looking for over-the-counter relief for their symptoms. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Rock Star Brings Sounds Of Colombia To Goodman TheatreA new production at the Goodman Theatre documents the very real story of a beauty pageant held in a Colombian women's prison.
Quirky Evanston Antique Store Closing Up Shop By SpringFrom Mickey Mouse watches to dusty old toaster ads, the curious have flocked to Evanston since the 80s to seek them out. Now, as CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports, what's called the area's quirkiest antique shop is about to become a thing of the past.