Teens Paid To Learn Filmmaking Skills In "One Summer Chicago" ProgramA partnership program between DePaul University and the Chicago Housing Authority is teaching teens filmmaking skills.
Positively Chicago: Market Bag Design ContestThe contest is open to Illinois residents aged 14 and over.
Positively Chicago: Teacher Creates 'Mental Wellness' Book Wish ListAn Indiana kindergarten teacher is refusing to allow the negativity of school shootings and gun debates get her young students down.
Positively Chicago: Aspiring Artist Auctions Off Heart EmbroideryMentors to a budding artist are helping him put a creation up for auction -- and the response is amazing.
Positively Chicago: Homeless Family Gets Furnished ApartmentThanks to Humble Design, a Chicago area family now has a place to call home.
Positively Chicago: Bensenville To Hold Car Seat Donation After CrashMembers of the Bensenville Fire Protection District started a program to raise funds for car seats.
Positively Chicago: Making House Calls To SeniorsNurse practitioner Dwayne Dobschuetez, 70, knows how his patients feel and he's happy to visit them at home.
Positively Chicago: Men of Color Connected for Higher AchievementAt nearly seven-feet tall former basketball star Lemone Lampley is now a giant in the community.
Positively Chicago: Lighthouse IndustriesAt a Chicago clock factory, 85 percent of the employees here are blind. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Positively Chicago: Rosey's MS FoundationWhat do you get when you combine a man with a serious neurological disease and a son who wants to eradicate that debilitating disease?
Positively Chicago: The Faith FarmersThere's plenty of heart among the tomatoes, beans, okra and greens at this farm, in a rather unlikely place: KAM Isaiah Israel synagogue in Kenwood.
Positively Chicago: A 'Lil' Somethin'That's the name of a volunteer group that brings lunches and other items to Chicago's homeless. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Positively Chicago: Church Program Connects People To Well-Paying JobsUnemployment on Chicago’s West and South Sides is much higher than the national average, but one church is trying to put a dent in that number.
Positively Chicago: Spirit Hockey CampCBS 2's Rob Johnson reports on a faith-oriented hockey program for young people.
Positively Chicago: Radio FlyerAn Italian immigrant began making the iconic wagon as a way to move tools around.