Evanston Program Pairs Teens With Trades, As Potential College AlternativeNot all young people want to go to a four-year university and rack up a lot of debt. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
First Wave Of Chicago Students Attend 'Hamilton' As Part Of Special ProgramIt was the first of 10 all-student matinees of “Hamilton.” By the end of the year, 20,000 CPS students will have attended.
President Trump Condemns Anti-Semitic Threats, Chicago Jewish Community Still ConcernedFollowing calls for a stronger White House response, President Donald Trump condemned Tuesday a wave of Anti-Semitic threats in the U.S.
Chicago Female Chemist Acts As Role Model For Young GirlsOne of the nation’s leading chemists is mixing things up in Chicago and paving the way for a whole new generation of female entrepreneurs.
Elementary Students Receive Big Surprise For Random Acts Of Kindness DayStudents at Funston Elementary received a surprise from Chicago high school athletes as part of Random Acts of Kindness Day.
At Chicago Bakery, The Couple That Works Together, Stays TogetherOn this Valentine's Day, Joe and Paula Greco talk about their secret to marriage longevity. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Chance The Rapper's Historic Grammy Wins Inspiring Others'Coloring Book' won Best Rap Album, and now it's inspiring other musicians to follow in Chance's footsteps.
Big Challenge For Auto Makers: Getting Millennials To Buy CarsBut they've got some strategies that appear to be paying off, CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Syrian Refugee Family Arrives At O'Hare Amid Immigration Ban LiftPassengers are frantically flying into the U.S. in case President Trump's travel ban is reinstated.
Chicago Schools Chief Blames Gov. Rauner's 'Trump Tactics' For Budget FreezeThe cuts come as CPS copes with a $215 million budget gap it blames on Gov. Bruce Rauner.
South Loop Restaurant Reopens After Devastating FireThe owners vowed to reopen the 112-year-old building, which is also a city landmark. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole pays a visit.
Doctor Back Home After Trump Travel Ban Stranded Him In Abu DhabiDr. Amer Al Homssi traveled to the United Arab Emirates on Jan. 18 to get married, but when he tried to fly back to Chicago on Sunday, he was told his visa had been canceled, due to Trump’s executive order imposing a 90-day ban on travel to the U.S. by citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries.

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