After CBS 2's Inquiry, Tow Zone Sign In Front Of Salon Will Go Down"I'm taking it personal because a lot of my customers. They're handicapped. They're seniors," said Phil Smith, the owner of Perfect Touch Salon.
Father Pfleger Hopes 'We Report Violence' Signs Can Combat The Problem"They don't just have to look for a police car. They can look for a neighbor."
South Shore Resident Plagued By Post Office Problems 'I Just Want To Get My Mail'"They're making us feel like we're idiots. We missed lots of stuff."
Marshalls To Close Two South Side StoresIn all, 100 employees will either be laid off or relocated to other stores.
The Buzz Around Brother Rice"To have the opportunity to represent everybody who has been here before and put helmet on it means the world to us."
Obama Center May Take Over Kids' Field Of Dreams"There's a lot of activity at this field and we need that field to be up and running."
One Dead In West Chesterfield ShootingThe victims were standing in the front entrance of an apartment building when someone started shooting.
Remembering Eric Bones"Maybe you just meant to rob him and not kill him but please, please turn yourself in."
Women Only Workspaces Trending In Chicago"We're not men haters. We love men. It's more about supporting women and giving back."
Woman Dead, Granddaughter Hurt In AttackA relative believes his 65-year-old sister intervened in a fight between her granddaughter and the granddaughter's boyfriend.
Denzel, Here's Leon's BBQBecause of the Denzel publicity, Leon's is now back in business.
Company Offers Young Men Hard Work As Alternative To The StreetsThe grass isn't greener on the other side. But in North Lawndale, it's not only greener, it’s less risky. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.