How much do you know about pizza? And where are the best places to get it? A new website that launches next week is devoted to all things Chicago pizza.
A mother trying to keep her son away from drugs discovered that heroin was being delivered right to her suburban home via the Internet. CBS 2’s Dave Savini reports.
The Chicago Public Schools system wants to give you a chance to play budget wizard, and determine how spending choices you would like would affect the school system’s allotted $5 billion.
The Chicago local news crowdsourcing site Windy Citizen is closing down this week.
Skyscraper enthusiasts and those in the tall building business now have a new Web site for reference purposes.
Milwaukee County, Wis., is taking a drastic step to identify dozens of those who died as John and Jane Doe’s.
There’s no way to deny winter now – the air is frigid, and snow is on the ground. And Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants Chicagoans to pitch in and prepare.
The Illinois Tollway has begun listing motels and attractions by interchange, with the information on its Web site.
Come Thursday, the Chicago Sun-Times will no longer be available for free online.
The Internet age has opened up a new world for people who may want to rent out a variety of goods — even their driveways — to raise some extra money. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel won’t be specific, but says officials are getting some good ideas from the city Web site designed to let the public offer its own ideas for trimming Chicago’s budget.
Because its Web site wasn’t updated, several participants in the Bright Start college savings program will not be getting the matching donations they expected.
The American Red Cross is beginning a campaign to bring attention to the frequency of house fires in the United States, and to drive up donations during Red Cross Month.