Experts Warn Of Dangers For Swimmers As Lake Michigan Drownings JumpThe numbers are alarming – there have been far more drownings so far this year than at the same point in 2018, and the numbers keep creeping up.
100 Years Later: The Pain And Lessons Of The 1919 Chicago Race RiotsIt's called the Red Summer – race riots erupted in dozens of American cities in 1919, including Chicago.
Only On 2: B.B. King's Daughter Furious As 'Lucille' Guitar Goes Up For AuctionB.B. King’s guitars are among the most famous musical instruments in the world – known to throngs by the names he gave them, “Lucille.”
Austin Neighborhood Is Home To Chronic Fly Dumping"We're going to end up finding a kid back here hurt, or somebody laying up under this stuff dead."
Local Lawyer Fights Facebook Over Post: 'It Was Starving Human Beings'"I was amazed. I could not believe. There was absolutely nothing sexual about this picture. There's absolutely nothing about nudity in this picture. It was starving human beings."
Tow Zone Sign In Front Of West Chesterfield Salon To Stay: '60 Years And All Of A Sudden You Can't Park Across The Street'The "no parking" sign on east 95th Street in West Chesterfield was installed last week right in front of Phil Smith's hair salon. 
After CBS 2's Inquiry, Tow Zone Sign In Front Of Salon Will Go Down"I'm taking it personal because a lot of my customers. They're handicapped. They're seniors," said Phil Smith, the owner of Perfect Touch Salon.
Business Liaison Officers To Be Placed Across Chicago"It really does take a village to reduce violence in this city."
CBS 2's Jim Williams Speaks At North Central College CommencementFollowing his commencement speech, Williams, a graduate of Columbia College, received an honorary doctorate degree of humane letters.
Passenger On Derailed Train: 'I Hope This Car Doesn't Tilt And Fall Over'Emergency responders had to use a cherry picker to bring down the injured from the elevated tracks. Some were on stretchers.
Community Event Hopes A 'Call To Action' Will Curb Violence"We, as the citizens of City of Chicago, must take personal responsibility for what is happening to our city."