Parents Rally Downtown For Longer School DayAs 200 students and parents touted a longer school day and other initiatives on Saturday at a rally hosted by the advocacy group "Stand for Children" at Roosevelt University, a small group of protesters picketed outside.
North Suburban Students To Rally Against Use Of The 'R-Word'Students from a north suburban high school are taking part in a march and rally Friday afternoon against the use of the “r-word.”
Report: March Was 8.6 Degrees Hotter Than Average NationwideNow that we've put our shorts and flip flops back in storage for the time being, federal figures show temperatures this March were 8.6 degrees above normal for most of the country.
Occupy Chicago Protesters March Through DowntownNow that spring is here, the Occupy Chicago protesters are back. Several hundred people participated in a Saturday march through downtown streets that ended in Grant Park, adjacent to Michigan Avenue and Congress Parkway.
Kentucky Ends 14-Year Drought, Wins National ChampionshipDoron Lamb scored 22 points, and Kentucky won its eighth national championship, holding off Kansas for a 67-59 victory Monday night.
A Week Later, No Arrests In Shootings Of NW Indiana GirlsAnti-violence demonstrators gathered Monday in the Northwest Indiana city where two girls were struck by bullets last week while playing a video game – a crime for which there are still no suspects.
AAA: March Gas Prices Were 'Pure Madness' In ChicagoIn what will surely come as no surprise, AAA says Chicago area gas prices climbed to new heights in March.
Religious Leaders To March Against Youth ViolencePalm Sunday marked the beginning of Holy Week on the Christian calendar, and now, political and religious leaders are using the sacred message to combat youth violence by holding a march.
West Side Residents March For Trayvon, Other Violence VictimsThe pastor of a West Side church says 57 young lives have been lost to gun violence in Chicago since the beginning of the school year, so he’s calling on his congregation to show their outrage over the loss of innocent lives, including Florida teenager Trayvon Martin.
Chicago Broke All Sorts Of Warmth Records In March — Except OneChicago did not, it turns out, break the record for the warmest day ever in March: 88 degrees, set in 1986.
Volunteers March To End The ViolenceAbout 40 volunteers -- many were parents with their own stories of sorrow -- gathered near 65th and Mozart. CBS 2's Pamela Jones reports.
Rothstein Files: 4 X-Factors In The 2012 Final FourIf Darius Miller and Doron Lamb find seams and make enough shots from the perimeter, John Calipari should have his team in the National Championship game.
Police Called In Kentucky, Louisville Fan Fight Between Elderly At Dialysis CenterThe bad blood between Kentucky and Louisville fans boiled over this week at a Kentucky dialysis center when one patient couldn't wait to call a winner.
Rothstein Files: Another Recruiting Coup For Kentucky's Calipari?Multiple sources say there is more than a legitimate chance of Kentucky landing the top two prospects in the Class of 2012: 6-foot-10 shot blocker Nerlens Noel and lefty wing Shabazz Muhammad.
Rothstein Files: This And That Around College Basketball, Final FourA major element in Saturday's Final Four showdown between Louisville and Kentucky will be the Cardinals' match up zone.