Most Drivers Don't Stop For Pedestrians Waiting At Marked CrosswalksSigns are everywhere on Illinois streets, reminding drivers to stop for pedestrians in the crosswalk, even if there’s no stop sign, but does anyone really yield for pedestrians?
Northfield Residents Want Proposed Bike Path Moved To Abandoned Rail BedPutting in a bike path might not seem controversial on the surface, but some people living in north suburban Northfield are not happy with the current plan to extend the existing Skokie Valley Trail.
Spoofing Victim Warns Others Of Phone Scams: 'This One, I Felt, Was Really Unbelievably Real'It’s an old scam with some modern twists; someone calls a senior citizen, pretending to be a relative in trouble, and asks for money.
Sticker Shock: Sprint Sends $1,900 Phone Bill After Canceling Shoddy Cell ServiceSusan Schweder’s cell service went from fine to infuriating when she moved, but that was nothing compared to the sticker shock over a $1,900 phone bill.
Operation North Pole Helps Light Up Christmas For Terminally Ill ChildrenThe magic of Operation North Pole in Rosemont had many sick children and their families smiling all weekend.
Radical Root Organic Farm Seeks To Help People 'Really Take Control Of Their Health'Allison Parker and her husband, Alex, grow certified organic vegetables and raise pastured animals in the most ecological way possible at Radical Root Organic Farm.
CTA Using New Seating Configuration On Blue Line TrainsThe CTA is using a new seat configuration on Blue Line trains, which is supposed to make rides more comfortable for passengers, especially compared to the seating arrangement on the Red Line.
As Sexual Assault Cases Take Spotlight, Rape Crisis Hotline Sees Surge In CallsOne in every four women is sexually assaulted. For victims, high-profile stories of other victims can bring flashbacks, stress and anxiety.
CBS 2 Steps Out To Stop DiabetesAccording to the ADA, more than 30 million Americans are living with diabetes.
Thanks To 'Ashley's Law,' Sick Illinois Students Now Can Take Medical Marijuana At SchoolFor the first time this school year, Illinois students with serious illnesses and conditions will be allowed to take medical marijuana at school, if they qualify for the state’s registry.
'Juuling' Teens Use Stealthy E-CigarettesVaping devices are so small now, they are easy for kids to conceal. Districts are cracking down and warning parents.
Cupich Visits Storm Victims In Puerto Rico, Delivers $40,000 In DonationsThe cardinal was meeting with storm victims on behalf of Pope Francis, who asked Cupich to visit the island.
Swap Circle For Chicago Area Teachers To Provide Surplus School SuppliesInstead of having to dip into their own wallets, teachers can stock up on donated school supplies thanks to a new non-profit.
Colorectal Cancer Striking Younger PeopleMillennials and Gen Xers are part of this alarming trend, but doctors can't explain it. CBS 2's Erin Kennedy reports.
The Hidden Disease For Many Women: HypothyroidismSome women may wait years before they get a correct diagnosis. CBS 2's Erin Kennedy reports.