Federal Authorities Say They Have Shut Down Texas-To-Chicago Drug Pipeline With 'Operation Grapevine'Federal authorities announced Thursday that they have raided a drug stash house in a lakefront condo in the Kenwood neighborhood, as part of a probe that shut down a Texas-to-Chicago narcotics pipeline.
United Airlines To Drop One Of Last Vestiges Of ContinentalThe Chicago-based parent company of United Airlines is changing its name and shedding a bit more of its Houston connections.
Police: Suspect In Doctor's Killing Found DeadJoseph Pappas, wearing a bulletproof vest under his shirt, killed himself outdoors in a tree-lined residential area northwest of his Houston home.
Houston Family Welcomes Home Quadruplets On Fourth Of JulyTwo of the babies weighed less than four pounds each at birth, and the two others weighed less than three pounds each.
Photo Of Good Samaritan Shading Woman With Umbrella Goes ViralA simple act of kindness has turned a good Samaritan in Houston into a local celebrity thanks to one photo.
Hundreds Say Goodbye To Barbara BushFlags were flown at half-mast as the service began as the choir sang "My Country Tis of Thee."
911 Operator Jailed For Hanging Up On Thousands Of CallersA former 911 operator in Houston is headed to jail after an investigation revealed that the emergency center worker hung up on thousands of people
Chicagoland Red Cross Official Assists At Texas Mega-ShelterA Red Cross official from the Chicagoland area is getting a firsthand look at the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey.
For Former Gov. Edgar, Harvey Sparks Memories Of Great Flood Of 1993“A lot of people don’t appreciate how devastating a flood is. Once you get water in your house, your house is never the same,” Edgar said.
Man Lost Everything Twice, To Harvey And Katrina; 'I Get Back Up'Two devastating storms have landed on Darrin Rankin’s doorstep in 12 years. "Why is God doing this to me? I'm a good man," Rankin said.
Chicago Area Shelters Rescuing Homeless Pets From Harvey Flood ZoneThe People’s Animal Welfare Society of Tinley Park brought back 18 dogs from a Houston area shelter that was inundated with flooding.
PAWS Chicago Volunteers Traveling To Houston To Rescue Homeless Dogs, CatsPAWS will take in several dogs and cats who already were in shelters before Hurricane Harvey flooded the Houston area.
Chicago Area Stepping Up With Donations To Harvey Victims In HoustonSuburbs such as Joliet, Orland Park, and Broadview have been collecting packaged foods, drinks, water, baby supplies, pet supplies, and more
Helping The Displaced Pets Of Hurricane HarveyCountless pets have already been rescued by neighbors and owners in Houston. But others are separated, alone, in desperate need of a new home.
Katrina Survivor: Harvey 'Definitely Brings Back The Memories'A dozen years ago, Quin Kirchner was building a career in the New Orleans music scene -- the same time Hurricane Katrina hit. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.