Students Deal With Violence Through DramaStudents at Catalyst Maria Charter High School are back on stage after last year's final school play was cancelled, because of a shooting outside the school.
After Son Sees Dead Body, Chicago Mother Takes To Blog To Express OutrageCBS 2’s Brad Edwards shows how she’s fighting the violence with her words.
Reward Grows As Neighbors Look For Answers After Murder Of 9-Year-Old BoyDozens of volunteers canvassed the Auburn Gresham neighborhood today, near where nine-year-old Tyshawn Lee was shot and killed Monday afternoon.
Army Of Moms Bring Anti-Violence Patrols To Back Of The Yards NeighborhoodA local group of moms is joining forces with police to fight back against crime in the city.
Opinion: Chicago's Failed To Lower Homicides, Here's What We Need To DoWe act aghast in months where homicides spike in Chicago, but we shouldn't be surprised. This has become the norm, and that should make everyone very, very angry.
Announcement About Major Company Offset By Grim Chicago StatisticsCBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine talks with Mayor Emanuel about new corporate citizens -- and persistent problems with violence in the inner-city.
Is Chicago Street Violence Domestic Terrorism?CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports the neighborhood is under siege by random gunfire that's killing innocent lives.
Emanuel's Budget Would Move 319 Officers From Desks To NeighborhoodsThe plan comes as Chicago is experiencing a surge in gun-related killings.
Minister's Son Among Chicago Gun Violence Victims This Labor Day WeekendLavelle Southern was killed early Sunday as he stood outside a West Loop club after a family birthday party.
South Side American Legion Post Calls On Veterans To Fight Chicago ViolenceAfter shooting victims crashed into the headquarters of American Legion Post 800 on the city's South Side on July 5, members of that post are calling on area veterans to join in a fight to end the city's violence, reports WBBM’s Mariam Sobh.
Pfleger: City Council Hearing On Chiraq "Insulting"Father Michael Pfleger of St. Sabina's says a City Council meeting Monday discussing the merits of a movie titled Chiraq is "insulting," reports WBBM's Mariam Sobh.
Englewood Residents Say “Don't Shoot" Signs WorkingWhen those signs went up on a stretch in Englewood, crime went down. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker has this creative plea for peace in this Original Report.