Following Unrest, Black And Latino Communities Come Together To Quell TensionsAfter days of clashes between some black and Latino Chicagoans, there was an attempt Wednesday night to have peace.
With Chicago's Little Village Hardest Hit By COVID-19, Residents Are Urged To Stay HomeHe attributes the high numbers to aggressive testing and a largely working-class population that has stayed on the job during the pandemic.
African American Staff, Students Call Pilsen School 'Toxic' With Charges Of Discrimination"For me, it's for the kids. That shouldn't be accepted at any place."
City Helps To Clean Up 'Greenest Street In America' After CBS 2 ReportNo one took responsibility for fixing the problem. CBS 2 has learned that according to a  decade-old city document, the answer was right across the street.
Pilsen Residents Want City's Help To Pick Up Dangerous Garbage"It's not safe for anybody. Not only for our kids in the community. Because there's two schools here."
Balloon Release Honors Slain Mother Marlen Ochoa On Her 20th BirthdayTwenty red balloons were released into the air in Pilsen, each one representing a year of Marlen Ochoa's life.
'Nevermore' Will Have More Days For Visitors At ExhibitAlong with the extending the dates of the show, Nevermore will provide free tickets and be open on Wednesdays for Chicago Public School groups "for select hours." 
Hit-And-Run Driver Came Back, Nearly Ran Over Victim's Father In Pilsen, Victim SaysA car crash in Pilsen was caught on camera, but it is what one driver is accused of doing after he left the scene that has police looking for him.
Día De Los Muertos Celebrations Underway Throughout ChicagoThe Day of the Dead celebrates death as a natural part of the human experience.
Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos In Pilsen On SaturdayPilsen's Dia De Los Muertos celebration is approaching. 
Hebru Brantley's 'Nevermore' Is The Past, The Present And Much More"It’s about community at-large I feel. There’s sort of a bigger story that I’m hinting at. It’s about community. It’s about what they can do to ultimately affect change," Brantley said. "It’s definitely speaking to culture. To African American culture. To Chicago culture."