'Bad People Aren't Going To Stop Me': After Thieves Take Thousands Of Toys, Organizers Vow To Get Christmas Gifts For Kids"Now, no toys for the kids. And it just breaks my heart. It was destroyed. Everything missing."
Program Brings On Teens Who Have Suffered Trauma To Make Wreaths For South Side StreetscapesIt's a sure symbol of the holidays - wreaths hung on light poles or front doors. And as CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra reported Wednesday, if you pass through parts of the South Side, those decorations you're seeing are helping teens in need take control of their lives.
South Side Residents Hope Red Line Extension Will Bring 'Activity And Hopefully Development'"We are very confident will be able to get funding sources needed to see this project become a reality."
'It Didn't Hurt That Much': Chicago Kids Get COVID-19 Vaccine"We don't get out to parties, nothing like that. Because we don't want COVID into our houses. Because we don't know the consequences for them."
South Side Author, Professor Jacqueline Stewart Among 25 'Genius Grant' RecipientsShe is also a professor in the Department of Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Chicago, where she is Director of the Arts + Public Life. She teaches American film history, specializing in African American cinema from the silent era to the present.
'Don't Cut Us Out': Some South Side Residents Not Happy With Construction Of Obama Presidential Center"It’s relevant to Chicago, but that does not pay people’s rent."
'Long Time Coming': Former President Obama Breaks Ground On Presidential Center"This doesn't feel like building something new, but reveals something that has always been here."
Obamas Return To Chicago For Groundbreaking Of Presidential Center Tuesday"Michelle and I could not be more excited to break ground on the Obama Presidential Center in the community that we love."
Elderly South Side Couple 'Thankful' Robbers With U-Haul Only Took A Purse"At least have our lives and we’re just thankful for that."
Hearts On Parade In Chicago's Bronzeville NeighborhoodThe parade of hearts is hosted by the Luv Institute which organizes conversations about restorative justice in South Side communities.
'A Dream Come True': Historic Pullman National Monument Opens SaturdayThe doors open at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, 9:00 a.m. on Sunday. Admission is free. They'll also have some of the classic Pullman train cars this weekend.