Stopping Violence One Conversation At A Time"We're not the police and we're not trying to be the police. We're just trying to let them know that someone cares about you and we want to save to save our children."
'It Would Completely Kill It'; Chicago Hookah Lounge Owners Worried About Ordinance"For me personally, it would take a business I've worked incredibly hard, paid a lot of taxes over the years and employ a lot of people and it would completely kill it."
Unemployed Chicagoan Records Calls To IDES Showing Frustration Just To Get Through"I'm going to stream this to make it a bit lighthearted to poke fun at how ridiculous the situation is for me, and for countless other people."
Phase 4 Reopening Restrictions; 'You Can't Just Show Up Anymore'"It's been a difficult time for all of us, but we are really looking forward to be able to reopen."
With InZone Project, Terrance Wallace Takes On Role Of Father For Some Chicago Boys To Bring Them Good Life And EducationOn this Father’s Day, here is the story of a young man who has taken on the role of father for more than 20 boys from Chicago.
RISE Academy Program Offers Free First Year Of College At Chicago State UniversityIf you’re a parent or a recent high school graduate, these two words are sure to get your attention – free college.
After Fire, 'Door Of Hope' To Reopen With Some Help; 'We Have To Rebuild'"It provides a safe environment for men who are recently homeless, who have made up in the heart that they don’t want to continue to be homeless and want to resolve whatever it is that brought them this way."
Chicago Hotels Get Ready For More People, But Governor Pritzker Isn't So Sure"The last thing anybody wants, any hotel here wants, is the next case of COVID-19 happening at our properties."
2020 Chicago High School Grad Jayla Wheeler Has Never Visited Davidson College Campus, But Is Thrilled To Go On Full ScholarshipJayla Wheeler is a 2020 high school graduate from Chicago’s South Side who is starting at a top college in the fall. Wheeler has never even visited the campus. But the honor student has an offer she cannot refuse.
Attorney And Professor Craig Futterman Says CPD Is Dragging Feet On Consent Decree, Talks About What Defunding Police Might AccomplishJoining CBS 2’s Jim Williams and Brad Edwards Monday was Craig Futterman, a civil rights attorney and professor of law at the University of Chicago specializing in police accountability.
West Side Businesses Face Major Challenges After Weekend LootingBusiness owners on the city’s West Side were devastated by looting and vandalism over the weekend, and face major challenges in restoring and reopening.
Chicago Gyms Adjust To COVID-19 Restrictions To Reopen In June"I will definitely go to the gym, see how the new layout is and check the protocols they've put in place and really determine if I feel like what they've put in place is safe and good for our family."
On Chicago's South Side, Social Distance-Style Music And Dancing"I made some people smile. And be happy."
College Grads Face A Cloudy Job Market That Also Has A Silver Lining"I don't want to sugar coat it: New graduates are coming into a very difficult job market."
COVID-19 Patient Recovers Slowly And Painfully: 'Shortness Of Breath Has Never Left'"Whenever there’s an injury there’s going be a time of healing, and until things are completely healed it’s hard to know what the end result of injury will be.”