Cardinal Dolan Arrives At The Vatican For Historic Canonization Of Two Popes
Excitement was building in Rome on Saturday, as the historic weekend canonization of two popes got underway. Crowds from around the world gathered at the Vatican, many of those visitors were from the United States, including Cardinal Timothy Dolan. CBS 2's Tony Aiello reports.
Council Hiking Chicago Phone Fees To Fund Pension Systems
Starting this September, every line will cost an extra $1.40 a month.
State Police To Join Crackdown On Unsafe Truck Drivers
Illinois troopers are joining police from New York to Washington. Their goal: zero deaths this weekend.
Friends Remember Baylor Students Killed In Crash
Friends are mourning the loss of two Baylor University students killed in a car crash Tuesday outside Waco.
Port Authority To Install 9-Foot Fence To Curb George Washington Bridge Jumps
As the number of jumping deaths approaches record levels, the George Washington Bridge is getting a fence to help prevent suicide attempts. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said there have been 13 suicides and 40 rescues on the span so far this year. There were a total of 16 deaths in 2013. CBS 2's Kathryn Brown reports.
Scientists Test Water Quality In Cherry Creek
Rain Proves To Be Too Much For Schools In Windsor
5 P.M. Weather Report
Thursday holds some chances of isolated rain, reports Chris Shaffer (2:30). WCCO 4 News At 5 – July 30, 2014
Prosecutors Challenge Drop Of LaDue Murder Charges
The Waseca boy charged with plotting a school massacre was back in court Wednesday, and prosecutors challenged the judge’s order to drop the most serious charges against him, reports Bill Hudson (1:54). WCCO 4 News At 5 – July 30, 2014
Pro- And Anti-Israel Rallies Held In Baltimore Wednesday
Police say there have been no problems. Rick Ritter reports.