Crowd Gathers In Pilsen Park To Mourn El Paso Victims, Call For Unity And JusticeA crowd gathered in Pilsen Wednesday night to hold a vigil for the 22 people who were gunned down in El Paso, Texas this past weekend.
Chicago Communities Prepare For Possible ICE RaidsChicago areas are preparing for ICE raids and increasing fears surrounding the deportation threat.
Chicago Aldermen Plan To Help Undocumented Immigrants As ICE Raid Grace Period Nears EndThere are growing fears for many in the country who could soon face deportation. In June, President Donald Trump delayed United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids to round up undocumented immigrants.
Ald. Byron Sigcho Lopez To Slow Down Approval Process For Pilsen Landmark DistrictThe new alderman of the 25th Ward is vowing to slow down plans for a proposed landmark district in the rapidly gentrifying Pilsen neighborhood, amid concerns among homeowners and business owners who feel the effort is happening behind their backs.
Community Leaders Respond After Planned ICE Raids DelayedIn a tweet, President Trump said he's putting off the ICE raids for two weeks to give the Democrats and Republicans a chance to come to a compromise.
Artist Adds Ochoa-Lopez Baby To Pilsen MuralAn artist who memorialized Marlen Ochoa through a mural in Pilsen is now adding her infant son as well.
MISSING: Omar Lopez, 43, From PilsenOmar Lopez, 43, has been reported missing from the Pilsen neighborhood.
Video Shows Dramatic Moments Of Pilsen Crash With State TrooperThe driver, who set off an airbag, slipped out the front passenger door and ran from the scene and remains on the run.
Pilsen Community Honors Marlen Ochoa With Mural Painted In Her HonorA mural appeared over the weekend in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood, where Marlen Ochoa lived.
Hundreds In Pilsen Prepare For Easter With Religious Trek On Good FridayCatholics across Chicago are marking Good Friday by attending mass and preparing for Easter Sunday.
'It's Another Cost, It's Another Permit'; HaiSous Owners Share Costs Of Opening A Business In Chicago; 'It Was A Whirlwind'It’s the American dream to open your own business, but it can be an expensive bureaucratic headache. CBS 2 Morning Insider walks us through the costly steps in Chicago.
Pilsen Developers Question Embattled Ald. Solis About Pulling The Plug On Residential-Retail Building"Everybody else in the community wanted it. And for no real reason, for no good reason, no rational reason, he dezoned it. His motives and his motivations are the key to this case and we want to depose him."
Woman Killed In Pilsen FireA 48-year-old woman was killed in an early morning fire in the Pilsen neighborhood.
Rapid Change In Temperature Causes Pipes To BurstA woman stranded in an elevator waist deep in water is just one instance of the damage the rapid change in temperature can have on pipes.
Acero Strikers March To Ald. Burke's OfficeOn the picket line since Tuesday, they're demanding smaller class sizes and wages on par with public school teachers.