One Year Later, Chicago Area Runners Remember Boston Bombings One year ago, Mark Busiak was in Boston and on Tuesday, he stood outside Old St. Pat’s where bells marked the anniversary of the Boston tragedy.
Baffoe: The Peter Gammons Outrage Is A JokeI sit back on my swivel chair watching little vultures trying to do the actual kill rather than merely pick apart the carcass and I think to myself, “What is this? What are we doing here?”
Runner Who Couldn't Complete Boston Marathon Will Finish The Job In ChicagoLaura Wellington was just shy of the finish line in April when the bombs went off in Boston. She's in Chicago this weekend to complete a marathon, CBS 2's Courtney Gousman reports.
Law Enforcement Boosts Safety Measures For Marathon Bomb-sniffing dogs, patrolling officers and random bag checks will be at the surface of the Bank of America Chicago Marathon next weekend, but the covert security measures that play out beneath the waterline are equally important, law enforcement officials said.
Highland, Ind. Woman Recovering After Boston Marathon: 'You Have To Go Forward'Beth Roche had just cheered from the sidelines April 15 as her daughter, Rebecca, crossed the finish line when the first of the two bombs went off. The mother's left leg suffered extensive damage.
Celtics Ready For Emotional Return HomeThe Boston Celtics will play at the TD Garden for the first time Friday night since the events of the Boston Marathon.
Chicago Runners Gather To Honor Boston Marathon A week after the Boston bombings, Chicago's running community gathered to run and remember.
Chicago May Update Emergency Plans In Wake Of Boston Terror AttackMayor Emanuel says Chicago may revise its emergency medical plans in light of Boston’s response to the Boston Marathon bombings a week ago, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore .
Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect Officially ChargedDzhokhar Tsarnaev has been formally charged in the Boston Marathon bombings, <a href="http://cbsboston.com" target="_blank">according to CBS News.</a>
Chicago Police To Send Six Officers To Boston Chicago Police are sending six officers to Boston to help with the marathon bombing investigation.
Chicago Area Therapy Dogs Arrive In BostonFive friendly retrievers are now in Boston trying to help ease the pain inflicted by the Marathon Bombing.
Local Expert: Anxiety Normal After Boston Terror AttackMuch like 9-11, the terror strike at the Boston Marathon has caused a lot of anxiety, with people worrying their city could be next.
Unity Run Shows Solidarity With Victims Of Boston Bomb AttackChicago’s running community is showing its support for Boston and the victims of Monday’s tragic bomb attack. As CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports, it happened Tuesday night.
Local Terrorism Expert: Boston Bombing Designed To Send MessageA University of Chicago Terrorism analyst says the Boston Bomb placement shows it was designed not for maximum lethality but to send a message by maiming and wounding.
Chicago Residents Describe The Horror Of The Boston BlastsSeveral Chicago-area residents who had traveled to Boston this week to be a part of the prestigious running event instead became witness to horror.