'Great Lake Jumper' Dan O'Conor Has Jumped Into Lake Michigan Every Day For Over A Year, And Has Come Out Better For ItDan O’Conor’s journey started with a search for a hangover cure. But a jump into Lake Michigan each day has turned out to have more benefits, and for months now, O’Conor has been doing it to shock his senses and clear his mind.
Chicago Father Reinvents Himself During Pandemic Recession While Getting Closer To His DaughterIt's a Chicago classic: the hot dog. Local tradition dictates it's all-beef, piled high with a garden of ingredients, and absolutely no ketchup. But now a family business born out of the pandemic recession is doing things its own way.
Meet Jeremiah Paprocki, The 21-Year-Old UIC Senior Making History As The Cubs' First Black PA AnnouncerThe Cubs’ new announcer is the youngest ever to take the mic for the team - and he's the team's first Black announcer too.
Chicago Theater Group Confronts Racism Through Discussion Racism and social injustice don’t make for easy dialogue – but some artists believe the way to bring change to this country is to confront these difficult issues head-on.
Coronavirus In Chicago: Sheriff Tom Dart Says Containment Has Been Success At Cook County Jail, But Worry Mounts About UptickFor months, Sheriff Tom Dart has been trying to keep cases under control at the Cook County Jail. And as CBS News’ Adriana Diaz reported, Dart said he has had success despite a recent uptick.
Chicago Man Brings Smiles During Pandemic With 'Lockdown Puppet Theater'A local man is bringing smiles to his neighbors during the pandemic by giving them a break from routine.
Revival And Challenges On Main Street In Evanston Amid Coronavirus Pandemic ReopeningBusinesses across the Chicago area and the country are doing what needs to be done to keep operating.
Chicago-Born Violinist Inspiring Young Musicians By Celebrating Black ComposersThe classical music of more than 350 black composers spanning four centuries has resurfaced thanks to Rachel Barton Pine's research.
CBS News Gets Rare Inside Look At Ebony, Jet Photo ArchiveMore than 4 million photo prints and negatives from Ebony and Jet magazines now have a new home.
Those Items You Returned? They've Got To Go SomewherePallets of goods accumulate at a warehouse retailer in Shorewood. CBS 2's Adriana Diaz reports.
Meet Chicago's 'Cancer Queen Of Comedy'The Chicago office manager was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer in 2010. That was on a Wednesday. By Monday, doctors had removed her left breast.