Chicago Teen Using Laughs To Cope With CancerThey say laughter is the best medicine, and a Chicago father-son duo is really put that old adage to the test.
Thousands Climb To Top Of Aon Center For CharityChildren’s Memorial says it broke a record for fundraising Sunday, as 3,000 people climbed to the top floor of the Aon Center to raise money for charity.
Study: Dietary Changes May Help Treat ADHDA new study by researchers at Children’s Memorial Hospital offers a dietary alternative for parents who don’t want their hyperactive children treated with medicine.
Christmas Not A Day Off For EveryoneChicago nearly comes to a halt for the Christmas holiday as many businesses shut their doors and give employees time to celebrate. But, what about those places that operate 24/7?
Lawsuit Seeks To Block Construction Of New Children's Memorial HeliportCiting safety concerns, a new lawsuit seeks to prevent Children's Memorial Hospital from opening its long-planned heliport atop its new home in Streeterville.
Two Hurt When Car Crashes Into Hospital BuildingTwo people were hospitalized after a vehicle crashed into a North Side children’s hospital building Tuesday night in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.
Emanuel: Heliport Reform Needed, But Children's Hospital Should Have OneMayor Rahm Emanuel wants City officials to overhaul Chicago’s regulations governing heliports, something he says his long overdue.
Anonymous Letter: Pilots Won't Use New Children's Memorial HelipadOpponents say they have new ammunition in their fight against a helipad at the new Children's Memorial Hospital complex, which is now under construction in Streeterville.
Parents Work To Find Cure After Son Dies From Rare Tumor The parents of a courageous 6-year-old boy with an extremely rare disease have been on a crusade to help save other children nationwide. CBS 2's Dave Savini looked into the life of a boy named Max and his parents’ fight for a cure.
Doctors, CPS Support Push For Speed Cameras Near SchoolsDoctors at Children's Memorial Hospital and Chicago Public Schools officials said they support Mayor Rahm Emanuel's push for legislation to use red light cameras to catch speeders near schools and parks.
UPDATED: No Bail For Suspect In Brutal Logan Square BeatingA 19-year-old reputed gang member was ordered held without bail on Wednesday for allegedly beating a 14-year-old boy with a metal baseball bat last week, in what authorities said was a case of mistaken identity.
Study: Food Allergies Affect 1 In 13 ChildrenA new study by researchers in Chicago finds food allergies in children are much more common than previously believed.
Blago Judge Accuses Defense Of Putting Prosecutors On TrialThe federal judge in the Rod Blagojevich trial has accused defense attorneys of trying to put the prosecution on trial.
4 Bidders Vie For Children’s Memorial Hospital Site In Lincoln ParkChildren’s Memorial Hospital, which is selling its Lincoln Park property, said Friday it has narrowed to four its list of developers wanting to buy it.
Maggie Daley Honors Runner Who Raised Thousands For CharityChicago's first lady was on hand to present an award named after her and her husband to a marathoner who has also gone the distance in fund-raising.