Struggles Exacerbated On Magnificent Mile With Gap, Macy's Leaving, But Advocates Say Reinvention Will ComeThe Magnificent Mile is a huge draw for tourists, and a big boost to the city’s bottom line. But now with big stores like Macy’s and the Gap leaving, CBS 2’s Tara Molina was asking what the city is doing to keep North Michigan Avenue alive.
Despite Fewer Crashes Citywide, Oak Street S-Curve On Lake Shore Drive Remains Dangerous As EverFrom Jan. 1 to Nov. 29, there have been 199 crashes at the Oak Street S-curve on Lake Shore Drive. One person has died, and 32 people have been injured.
Threat Of More Looting Leads To Concerns Of Downtown Chicago ExodusThe city's second ward alderman said he knows many people are on the edge and poised to leave, but it wouldn't mean just empty units or storefronts. A mass exodus could gut Chicago's tax base, causing a citywide ripple effect.
Wind, Cold Temperatures, High Lake Levels Could Make For Long, Rough Winter For Lake Shore DriveThe snow and wind on Monday and the extreme cold to come on Monday night and Tuesday are enough trouble unto themselves – but near record-high lake levels mean it’s getting ugly on our roads on top of it.
Striking Hotel Workers Quiet Following Cease And Desist, Neighbor's ComplaintsStriking hotel workers have caused a ruckus outside Lurie Children's Hospital for almost 10 months, but Thursday they were quiet. It's the result of a cease and desist. 
Police Reviewing Surveillance From Saturday Mob Attacks Along Mag MilePolice say a group attacked people coming and going from the Red Line station at State and Chicago and then moved to a nearby McDonald's.