Willis Tower In Chicago Prepares For A $500M Face-LiftWillis Tower in Chicago is preparing for a $500 million face-lift under an ambitious plan Mayor Rahm Emanuel supports.
Willis Tower Visitor's GuideHere's a guide for what you can see in and from the Willis Tower, the second tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.
Most Instagram Worthy Locations In ChicagoThere is an abundance of Instagram-worthy locations in Chicago. Here are the top 5 iconic locations to take the perfect Instagram photo.
5 Must-See Cities On Your Midwest Road TripA profile of the five must-see cities on a road trip through the Midwest
Willis Tower Skydeck Closed Due To High WindsThe Willis Tower has closed its popular Skydeck on Friday as strong wind gusts buffet the Chicago area.
Blackstone Group Buying Willis Tower For $1.3 BillionThe only thing taller in Chicago than the Willis Tower is the amount of money its new owners are paying for it.
Food Truck Fests Begin In LoopAs the weather starts to slowly turn favorably, it is time to forgo the sad sack lunch and get out of the office.
Willis Tower Up For SaleCBS 2’s Dana Kozlov takes a look at what you get for all that cash.
10 Things You Didn't Know About ChicagoMany know Chicago is known as "the Windy City" and Wrigley Field is one of America's oldest baseball stadiums, but there are a lot of other things about this great city that are not widely known.
Damaged Ledge Reopens At Willis Tower Following Repair JobVisitors at the Willis Tower were again standing in the Skydeck's glass enclosures on Friday, perched 1,300 feet over the sidewalk below, after crews repaired one of the boxes that was damaged late Wednesday.
Willis Tower's Glass 'Ledge' Repaired After Cracks AppearThe cracks formed after a group of visitors to the Skydeck at the Willis Tower stepped out on the Ledge, but Willis Tower officials said the glass itself did not crack, only the protective coating.
Hancock Center 'Tilt' Just Might Up The Ante On Willis Tower's 'Ledge'The “Ledge” at Willis Tower has a new rival for skyscraper thrills in Chicago. The Hancock Center has its own gravity-defying feature, “Tilt,” which lets visitors lean out over the edge of its observation deck at a 30-degree angle.