Naperville Half-Marathon Takes On Special Meaning For Oswego FamilyKevin and Julie Peters learned their son Colin has a genetic disorder called Fragile X when he was 4 years old.
After The Bell: Stocks Surge As Overseas Concerns FadeThe NASDAQ gained 75, the S&P 500 added 25 and the Dow Jones industrial average closed up more than 211 points, settling to 17,760.
After The Bell: Gas Prices Rising Again, For Now
Cabbie Charged With Assault After Kicking Two Men Out Of VehicleTwo men claimed last week they were ejected by their Uber driver after they shared a kiss.
Trestman: 'Outstanding Job' In AtlantaChicago is now 3-3 after a 27-13 win in Atlanta.
Bears Rewind: 'Excruciating' Loss, Trestman Says"So many positives throughout the game, but not good enough to win, certainly," Marc Trestman says.
Baffoe: Look Forward With Cubs' Departure From WGN Radio, Not BackwardDon't scream for tradition when tradition has created zero championships in the past 100 years.
2 Catholic Schools Say They've Hit Fundraising Goals To Stay OpenTwo of the six schools slated to be closed in June by the Chicago Archdiocese have been given a new lease on life.
Kurtis, Jacobson To Anchor 6 P.M. Newscast Through February 2013While celebrating the second anniversary of their return to WBBM-TV, Bill Kurtis and Walter Jacobson today told colleagues on Tuesday that their contracts to anchor the station’s weekday 6 p.m. newscast have been extended through February 2013.
Rudy Giuliani Considering GOP Run For White HouseFormer New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani makes it clear to WBBM, he's ready to run for the White House, if he thinks he can win the Republican primary.
City Officials Warn Residents About Heat Wave With temperatures in the 90s hitting Chicago this week, city officials tell residents to be careful and to check on older and isolated neighbors.
CBS 2 Adjusts Tuesday Prime Time Schedule For ElectionCBS 2 is planning to expand it's election coverage on Tuesday, and move up it's prime time lineup by one full hour.