Ailing Officer In Suburban Lynwood Gets Boost From Colleagues, CommunityDan Kirby survived two tours of duty in the Middle East and logged nearly three decades as a police officer.
Family Of Pearl Harbor Survivor Holds A Remembrance In Des PlainesOn the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks, a salute is made to the veterans of World War II and those who could not be here today, in a Des Plaines auditorium.
Chance The Rapper Makes History With 7 Grammy NominationsMaking history, is Chicago’s very own, Chance the Rapper whose mixtape Coloring Book is the first streaming-only album to receive a Grammy nomination. Chance has been nominated for seven different awards.
Chicago Area Veterans Recall Pearl HarborThe number of survivors has dwindled to roughly 2,000 – so, too, are the opportunities to learn from their sacrifices. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Growing Power Launches A Fresh Market On Wheels For South And West SidesOn seven small urban farms inside the city, Growing Power plants and harvests the fresh foods it sells to people who need it most.
Ugly Incident At Chicago Crafts Store Yields Silver Lining When Video Goes ViralThousands have been donated from around the world for the workers in the middle of the confrontation. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Some Independent Store Owners Co-Existing With InternetCBS 2's Vince Gerasole pays a visit to Chicago's Lincoln Square shopping district.
At Ag High School, Thanksgiving Is A Farm To Table ExperienceThese Chicago students make an elaborate dinner from scratch. They even raise the turkeys! CBS 2's Vince Gerasole pays a visit.
Attorney For Chicago 'Hamilton' Heckler: Audience At Fault For DisruptionAn audience member at a Chicago performance of "Hamilton" was arrested after he allegedly caused a politically charged disturbance. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Women Convinces Sisters To Adopt Her Daughter's SiblingsIt started with a wish that became a reality. A woman's two sisters adopt her daughter's siblings.
Wanted: Giant Christmas Tree For Downtown EvanstonThings are looking a little bare in Fountain Square. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
American, United Launching Automated Screening At O'HareThe Transportation Security Administration said the new automated lanes are estimated to reduce wait times at screening checkpoints by 30 percent.