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Healthy Family Grilling Options For SummerGrilling with, and for, kids doesn't always have to equate to hotdogs and hamburgers. Culinary Consultant Rebecca Andexler visits CBS 2 to discuss ways to get the whole family involved for your summer barbecues, such as a shish kabob bar and a DIY grill pizza! ( &
Spring Planting: It's Not Just About The FlowersTim Pollak from the Chicago Botanic Garden visits CBS 2 to share ways to make your garden the best on the block! (
Lake Forest ShowhouseThe Lake Forest Showhouse features work from more than 30 of the top interior and landscape designers in the Chicago area. One of those designers, Jodi Morton, visits CBS 2 to share pro design tips to steal for your home!
Do Extraordinary Psychic Abilities Really Exist?Local author and journalist Jenniffer Weigel joins CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot in the studio to talk about her new book -- Psychics, Healers, & Mediums: A Journalist, a Road Trip, and Voices from the Other Side. In the book, Weigel puts these psychically gifted people to the test.
Planting Your Spring GardenHome Depot Garden Supervisor Tony Rose visits CBS 2 to discuss the best methods to practice when going from garden to table.
Mother’s Day Gifts for The Mommy-To-BeNot yet a mom? But soon will be? Lifestyle expert Nekia Nichelle visits CBS 2 with some adorable and heartwarming gifts for soon-to-be moms for Mother’s Day.


Beyond Sports Foundation Helps Student-Athletes Succeed Off The FieldDespite countless cautionary tales, the dreams of many high school standouts are derailed by academic deficiencies. A local organization is making sure student-athletes are on top of t heir games, not only in sports, so they can reach their full potential in life. CBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports.
Bombing At Ariana Grande Concert Hits Home For B96 RadioEven though it happened halfway around the world, the suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, touched many people in Chicago, including the staff at B96, which has promoted the singer for years. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
'Appalling' Manchester Bombing Targeted 'Defenseless Children'The death toll stands at 22, after a suicide bomber detonated an improvised explosive device outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, just as fans were exiting the arena. CBS 2's Teri Okita and Jonathon Vigliotti report.

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