Britain's Mo Farah Claims 1st Marathon Win In ChicagoKenya's Brigid Kosgei won the women's race in 2:18:35, the third-fastest time in the history of the Chicago race. Kosgei finished second in Chicago last year.
Organizers Say Security Is In Place For The Big RaceOrganizers said they're in constant contact with law enforcement on all levels: local, state, county and federal.
EEOC: Rosebud Restaurants Will Pay $1.9M; Recruit And Hire BlacksRosebud Restaurants will pay nearly $2 million for refusing to recruit and hire black employees, and allowing managers to use slurs to refer to blacks.
New Apartment Complex Plans Causes Opposition, Racial Debate In Jefferson ParkNorthwest Side residents and aldermen are clashing over a planned apartment complex as issues of race and the neighborhood's future are debated.
New Trier's 'Racial Civil Rights' Seminar Causes Uproar Among ParentsNew Trier Township High School heard from fired up parents about an upcoming seminar focusing on America's civil rights issues.
Jesse Owens Film “Race” Premiers In ChicagoCBS 2’s Vince Gerasole was on the red carpet.
Maywood Park Runs Its CourseMaywood Park Race Course won't open next season, and most believe that means it will shut down for good.
Some Runners Say They Got Last-Minute Notice About Changes To Chicago EventScores of women who signed up for the Chicago "Women Rock" event are complaining about last-minute changes that are shortening their time on the track. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Four Maps Help Tell Story Of Race In AmericaThis series of maps tells a compelling story of race in this country.
Aldermen Back Plan To Expand Police Profiling RestrictionsThe city’s racial profiling restrictions already do more than prohibit police stops based the driver’s race, they also ban religion, sexual orientation, or disability from being used as probable cause for a stop. Proposal would also ban stops based on national origin or gender identity.
A Colorized View Of The Racial Divide In Chicago Examining Chicago by racial divide, the city of neighborhoods is reduced to seven very distinct areas.