Blue Line Service Halted From Racine To Grand After Person Is Hit, Killed By TrainChicago Transit Authority Blue Line service was suspended Sunday night, after someone was hit and killed by a train.
Man's Body Pulled From Pond In MattesonA man was found dead in a pond in south suburban Matteson on Sunday, police said.
Rash Of Car Break-Ins Infuriates Ford City Mall MoviegoersMoviegoers are mad over the lack of security at the Ford City Mall movie theater on the city’s Southwest Side.
Flood Worries Persist In Lake County With More Rain On SundayA stormy Sunday with more rain extended a wet weekend – and that was the last thing people who live along the Des Plaines River needed.
Greektown Mariano's Store Evacuated Due To 'Unknown Substance'
Bat Found In Beverly Determined To Be RabidThe office of Ald. Matt O’Shea (19th) advised Beverly residents to use caution with their pets, after a rabid bat was found last week.
Archdiocese Saddles Alleged Father Smyth Victims With Questionnaires Totaling 23 PagesWho was Father John P. Smyth? Was he the portrait of piety or a pedophile priest?
Monument Gone, But Painful Memories Stay For Those Accusing Father Smyth Of AbuseA remarkable discovery about a statue of once beloved Father John Smyth, the longtime leader of Maryville Academy in Des Plaines. It now symbolizes pain for grown men who accuse Smyth of sexual abuse.
Statue Of Disgraced Rev. John Smyth Gone From Maryville Academy, But No One Is Saying Where It WentThe bronze statue came to symbolize pain for grown men who have accused Smyth of sexually abusing them when they were children.
Budding Catering Business Runs Into Road Block Of Red Tape At City HallTanya White is cooking up a catering business in Chicago, but an unexpected ingredient gummed up her plans.
COPA Report Concludes CPD Officer Patrick Kelly Shot Friend Michael LaPorta, Lied About It For Nearly 10 YearsAn explosive new report accuses a Chicago Police officer of pulling the trigger on a friend – and lying about it for nearly a decade.
Sign Confusion On West Side Street; Downed Stop Sign, Cul-De-Sac Wrongly Marked As One-Way StreetWhen CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker started asking questions, changes happened fast.
Fans Hit United Center For Blackhawks FestivalThe Blackhawks' annual Training Camp Festival kicked off Sunday.
Nearly 50,000 GM Employees To Go On StrikeTheir contract expired on Saturday, and new contract talks broke down. CBS News' Meg Oliver reports.
Boat Tour Raises Money In Fight Against Sex TraffickingThe nonprofit Selah Freedom is hosting its second annual fundraiser.
Classes To Resume At Excel Academy After ArsonThe fire was contained to one room at the Excel Academy school in the Marquette Park neighborhood.
Police: Burglar Targets Seniors In Brighton ParkThe burglar struck on Pershing Road near Albany Avenue, police say.
Body Found In Pond In MattesonPolice say the man had fishing gear with him, and foul play is not suspected.
With Pineiro's Field Goal As Time Expires, Bears Snatch Victory From Jaws Of Defeat Against BroncosEddy Pineiro kicked a 53-yard field goal as time expired, giving the Chicago Bears a wild win over the Broncos and their former defensive coordinator Vic Fangio, whose gutsy 2-point call 31 seconds earlier had given Denver the lead.
MLB Apologizes After Miscommunication Is Blamed For White Sox' Saturday Night Loss To MarinersMajor League Baseball has expressed "regret" over a miscommunication that resulted in a 2-1 loss for the Chicago White Sox against the Seattle Mariners on Saturday night.
Cubs Clobber Pirates Again, But Rizzo Leaves With InjuryStar first baseman Anthony Rizzo was pulled from a game Sunday with a sprained right ankle, putting a damper on the Chicago Cubs' victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Check Out The Newest Businesses To Launch In ChicagoFrom a seafood spot to an activity spot, read on for a list of the newest businesses to open near you.
Chicago To Host A Variety Of Food And Drink Events This WeekIf you love to eat and drink, this week offers a great chance to explore the world of Chicago food and beverage.
Chicago Boasts A Hot Lineup Of Theater Events This WeekIf you're a theater fan, mark your calendars: there's plenty to do when it comes to stage performances in Chicago this week, from plays to the Blue Man Group.