Feds Seize 60 Tons Of 'Illicit Honey' From ChinaA honey importer in the Midwest alerted the feds earlier this year when the domestic operation became suspicious about 195 barrels of bulk honey.
Shelter Working To Locate Owner Of Dog Rescued From Icy Pond In Tinley ParkWBBM’s Steve Miller reports the Rottweiler has been named "Ice" by P.A.W.S. of Tinley Park, the animal shelter that took the dog over the weekend, warmed her up with blankets and fed her.
What Is Methamphetamine?Methamphetamine is part of the family of drugs known as amphetamines. This illegal drug is like speed, but is stronger and more addictive. It's called "crystal meth" or "ice" because it looks like shards of crystal with light shining through.
Immigration Authorities Allow Detainee To Donate Kidney To SisterJazmine Longoria was reunited with her older brother, Argenis, on Thursday outside the immigration court building in the South Loop just after his release.
Man Facing Deportation Allowed To Stay To Donate Kidney To SisterThe pleas of a 23-year-old Chicago woman in need of a kidney have been answered, reports WBBM's Mike Krauser.
City Crews Get Icy Reception After Water Leak Freezes BlockResidents of an ice-encased block in a South Side neighborhood say their calls to the city went unanswered until CBS 2 began making inquiries.
Blizzard Long Gone, But Snow And Ice Remain On SidewalksSidewalks around 51st and Karlov remain encrusted with ice and snow, forcing pedestrians to use the street. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports.
Lingering Snow, Ice Present Obstacles To People With DisabilitiesIt's hard enough navigating snow-clogged streets and sidewalks when you don't have a disability. When you have one, it can be very difficult to get around, CBS 2's Chris Martinez reports.
Water Leak Creates Icy Mess On Washington Heights StreetAfter losing patience with the city, due to weeks of waiting for someone to fix an underground water leak that turned their street into an icy mess, residents on a block in the Washington Heights neighborhood finally got the relief they sought on Wednesday.
Brown, Purple Line Service Back To Normal After Disruption From Lincoln Park FireElevated train service on the CTA’s Brown and Purple lines was suspended for nearly six hours Tuesday morning between the North Side and the Loop as firefighters put out an extra-alarm fire at a 124-year-old shuttered school in Lincoln Park.
City Council Panel OKs $5M Settlement In Severed Leg CaseFirst Deputy Corporation Counsel Leslie Darling told the Finance Committee that 24-year-old Edwin Hill was severely injured while waiting for a bus on the South Side in November 2008.
Bronzeville Couple's Car Fused To Ice BlockCBS 2's Chris Martinez talked to the owners, who say nothing has been done -- after multiple complaints to the city.
Chicago Home Surrounded By Ice After Broken Water Pipe Goes UnfixedCBS 2’s Mike Parker reports if you have to walk along West 87th Street and Union, tread very carefully. Part of this block is Chicago's version of Ice Station Zebra.
Coast Guard Prepares For More Rescues On Icy LakeMembers of the U.S. Coast Guard station at Calumet Harbor have been training today for what they expect will be an increase in lake rescues in a season that's already seen more people on the ice or in the water than usual.
Melting Ice Crashes Through Window, Raining Glass Shards Onto Mom, BabyKristin Shtulberg was nursing her 5-week-old daughter near a window when a massive buildup of ice collapsed. CBS 2's Chris Martinez reports.