24 Days After Central Camera Was Burned During Unrest Downtown, Owner Don Flesch Returns To Shop With Admiration And SupportThe iconic Central Camera store downtown was set ablaze in the midst of unrest in Chicago. On Tuesday, owner Don Flesch was back, and De Mar joined him.
Owner Vows To Rebuild After Historic Central Camera Goes Up In FlamesCentral Camera, a Chicago institution with an iconic neon sign and a photographer’s every need since 1899, went up in flames Saturday night as unrest erupted in downtown Chicago in the wake of the George Floyd death in Minneapolis.
Fire Rips Through Bronzeville Apartment BuildingA fire ripped through a multi-unit apartment building in Bronzeville Thursday night.
Bernard Kersh, Man Seen Getting Body-Slammed By Police Officer, Now Charged With Shoplifting And Shoving Security GuardNew trouble has come for a man who was seen on video that went viral getting body-slammed by a Chicago Police officer this past Thanksgiving Day.
Historic Tiffany Stained-Glass Windows From Church That Burned Have Been Restored, Will Go Up For AuctionThe stained glass windows from St. James Church on Wabash Avenue are a rare part of Chicago history, and many thought they were lost forever.
MISSING: Michael Shultis, 32, Last Seen In River NorthPolice on Sunday were searching for a man who was last seen in River North more than a week ago.
Armed Robber Holds Up 3 Women On Wabash Avenue In South Loop, Police SayA robber held people up at gunpoint a Peet’s Coffee & Tea shop near Columbia College in the South Loop Sunday evening.
Caught On Video: 6 Men Burglarize Near South Side Rental StorePolice released video Tuesday of a bold burglary at a rental store on the Near South Side.
Track Fire Halts Loop CTA 'L' TrainsLoop ‘L’ trains were halted Wednesday afternoon due to a fire on the tracks.
Shattered Windshield Incidents Raise Questions About Security In Downtown Parking GaragesSmashed out windows and shattered glass – a rash of car vandalism in downtown parking garages has put a spotlight on garage security.
Colorful, Flying Creatures Invade Wabash On Wabash Avenue, in the heart of the Loop, colorful additions can be seen hanging around and blowing in the wind.
Randolph Between Michigan And State Closed This WeekendThe closure is for removal of the old elevated CTA station at Randolph and Wabash.
Wabash Avenue Reopens After CTA Station ConstructionThe Chicago Department of Transportation announced Monday that construction on Wabash Ave. between Monroe and Washington Streets has been completed. Crews have removed the scaffolding with two lanes of traffic, parking and unobstructed sidewalks now open to the public.
Wabash Avenue Reopens In Loop As New CTA Station ProgressesThe Chicago Department of Transportation announced Friday that Wabash has reopened between Washington and Madison, a move the department calls a “milestone” in the construction of a new Washington-Wabash elevated CTA station.
Chicago's South Loop Becoming Canyon Of PaintingsCBS 2’s Vince Gerasole reports on a continuing program to adorn buildings along Wabash Avenue.