Chicago Church Holding Street Masses To Pray For PeaceThe Rev. Don Nevins says the Masses are an "opportunity to pray for the end of violence and ... a continued push for peace."
'Beisbol' Exhibit Highlights African American And Hispanic BallplayersA key figure of the artifacts is Sox great Minnie Minoso, the first black Cuban in the major leagues
Chicago’s Hispanic Business Community Growing FastAccording to the U.S. Census, there were 784,000 Hispanics in Chicago, which is nearly 29 percent of the population here. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker found out more and more are going into business for themselves.
Report: Minority Students Turned In To Police In School Disproportionately OftenAn investigation finds a disproportionate number of black and Hispanic high school students are turned over to police for infractions that result in other students being less severely disciplined.
Officers Sue, Claim Politics Got Them Cut From Mayor's Security DetailThe makeup of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s security detail is the subject of a lawsuit.
Opinion: Ryan VP Pick Changes Electoral MathPaul Ryan has changed the Electoral College math. With the pick, Romney has chosen a path that writes off almost all of the country and focuses the election on the industrial Midwest.
West Chicago Appoints First Hispanic MayorFor the first time in its history, West Chicago now has a Hispanic mayor.
Is Progress Being Made On City Council Remap Effort? MaybeEfforts to resolve differences over a new Aldermanic ward map broke down along racial lines Thursday, but top City Council officials say they're hopeful they can reach agreement on a new plan floated this afternoon.
Study: Illinois Minority Drivers Ticketed, Searched More Often Than Whites
Report Shows Changing Face Of Chicago AreaA report is out today about the changing faces in many Chicago area neighborhoods.