No Longer A 'Food Desert,' Englewood Welcomes New Whole Foods MarketThe celebrations today for many of the workers were about something more.
New Englewood Whole Foods Showcasing Products Of 35 Area BusinessesThe new Englewood Whole Foods made an effort to work with local businesses, selecting 35 with very similar goals.
First Televised Presidential Debate Held At WBBM Studios Changed Political GameThe lessons, which include how to look compelling in cut-aways, and how to use the camera to speak to the country, not the opponent, are still pertinent today.
Senior Softball Players Balk At Hanging It UpIn fact, the Chicago Hitmen are up for another championship this year. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole introduces us to the young at heart.
Little Village 'Paleta Man' Receives Check From GoFundMeFidencio Sanchez, 89, was presented with a check on Wednesday from GoFundMe after more than 17,000 people donated, raising more than $380,000 to help the man and his family.
AAA Study Finds No Benefit In Using Premium GasA new AAA study revealed Tuesday that millions of Americans are wasting billions of dollars when they fill up their cars with premium gas.
River Otter Spotted In Lincoln Park Signals Cleaner WatersLately, people have spotted two river otters, and that could be a sign of cleaner water in rivers and ponds.
Chicago’s ‘Hamilton’ Talks Production, Family Ahead of Sept. 27 OpeningThousands waited overnight, spending hundreds of dollars for a ticket to the pop culture phenomenon known as Hamilton.
IDOT Not Tending To All Of Its Busted Crash BarrelsCalled “crash cushions,” the sand-filled barrels are placed around potential hazards to absorb the shock of a potential accident. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Cook County's Trauma Center Marks 50th AnniversaryThe concept: Treat traumatically injured patients immediately with a team of specialists --- doctors, nurses, surgeons -- who remain their medical team through recovery.
'Star Trek,' Which Debuted 50 Years Ago, Foreshadowed Smart Phones, Other Innovations“Star Trek,” the sci-fi phenomenon, debuted 50 years ago. It promised a world full of hope and technological advances.
ITT Tech Abruptly Closes Campuses Nationwide Following Federal ActionsLast week, Washington cut off access to federal financial aid for new students.

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