Lady Gaga called her an inspiration – a woman who grew up in Wilmette and posted a poem about her struggle with eating disorders on YouTube.
An off-duty Cook County prosecutor has been placed on administrative duty after allegedly biting a man on the leg during a scuffle outside a lingerie shop in the Lakeview neighborhood over the weekend.
A close-up picture — apparently a police photo — showed Charles Hagerman in death, his wounds from a pit bull attack shockingly visible. CBS 2′s Mike Parker reports.
In this edition of Chicago on YouTube, Mason Johnson finally figures out the mystery of Eagle Man from Eagle Insurance’s infamous 1990s commercials.
Is Jan Terri’s “Losing You” the best representation of Chicago in the form of a music video? Mason Johnson finds out…
U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk’s office has released a new video showing parts of his continuing recovery from a major stroke in January.
Ever see sports car at a red light? The engine’s revving, the light changes, the driver hits the gas, and you’re supposed to be really impressed? That’s not quite what happened on Mothers’ Day in north suburban Wheeling.
YouTube is apologizing for accidentally banning the Kate Upton video that went viral earlier this week.
Gov. Pat Quinn is concerned right now with issues such as turnout for the Illinois primary Tuesday, but in the world of cyberspace, people are flocking to YouTube to watch him take the notorious Cinnamon Challenge.
A Chicago man and a 13-year-old boy are facing numerous charges after allegedly posting videos of themselves torturing puppies on YouTube.
Jeffrey Wilson gets his new kidney on March 16. After 17 months on dialysis, the 51-year-old financial analyst finally found a donor — through Facebook. CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.
CBS 2′s Mai Martinez talks with Keenan Cahill, the Internet lip-synching sensation who has joined some of his favorite performers in music videos.
Students and teachers in the Chicago Public Schools will soon have another Internet tool — YouTube.
An eighth teenager has been charged in connection with a beating and robbery that was videotaped and posted on YouTube last week.
A judge on Monday refused to lower the bond for the son of a Cook County Sheriff’s officer charged with the brutal beating and robbery of a 17-year-old boy in a Bridgeport alley that went viral after being posted on YouTube.
Seven teens – six boys and a girl – have been charged in connection with the brutal beating in the Bridgeport neighborhood this past weekend that went viral on YouTube.
Six people were being questioned by police Tuesday in a brutal attack on a 17-year-old boy in the Bridgeport neighborhood, which was videotaped and posted on YouTube.
A sick little boy from Mundelein is keeping up with his school work thanks to an innovative teacher and technology.
Inside Elizabeth McGann’s Government class at Glenbard South High School, students are videotaping questions that may be chosen as a question for candidates during the Republican presidential debate on Thursday.
Trying to move a motor home, or sell a sewing machine? If you want increase your chances of snagging a buyer, you may want to try video. CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.