1 Dead, 6 Shot In West Pullman Drive-ByOne person was killed and six others were shot outside an event center in the West Pullman neighborhood early Sunday morning.
Chicago Air & Water Show Sunday ScheduleHere is the planned schedule for the Air & Water Show on Sunday.
Blue Angels, David Ross Stand Out At Chicago Air ShowThe anticipation has been building the last few days -- with jets roaring over the city. But on Saturday, that ended.
Two Fugitives Face Questioning In Murder After Return To ChicagoMore than two weeks after their surrender, two fugitives are back in Chicago to face charges.
Englewood Parade Celebrates Community, Return To SchoolEnglewood residents celebrated back-to-school with a parade and a party Saturday.
Wrigley Field Views Of The Chicago Air ShowFans at Wrigley Field captured amazing images from the Chicago Air & Water Show on Saturday.
Chicago Residents March Against HateMarches against hate and racism in two north-west side communities.
At Issue: School Official Running For GovernorBob Daiber is the Regional Superintendent of Schools in Downstate Madison County. He says some of his local districts will have trouble making payroll if the school funding crisis isn’t resolved.
Gov. Rauner Calls Immigration-Rights Bill ReasonableThe TRUST Act would limit Illinois law enforcement’s involvement in federal immigration control efforts.
Lawmakers Demand Apology For Policy Group's "Racist" CartoonRep. Theresa Mah (D-Chicago) called the Illinois Policy Institute's political cartoon "a racist dog whistle."
Illinois Democrats Speak Their Mind On The Gridlock In SpringfieldWith no deal for school funding in place, Illinois Democrats canceled their annual rally at the state fair in Springfield on Thursday.
Mayor Emanuel Blasts Illinois Policy Institute Cartoon As 'Racist'Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel denounced a political cartoon about state education funding.
Rauner: Trump Comments On Virginia Violence 'Damage America'Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner says President Donald Trump's comments about a deadly attack at a white nationalist rally in Virginia "damage America."
Chicago Air & Water Show Day 1 RecapHundreds of thousands packed the lakefront Saturday for the 59th annual Chicago Air & Water show. If you missed it, no worries! CBS 2's Sandra Torres takes a look at the sights and sounds of day one!
NU Professor And Alleged Murder Accomplice Bond HearingWyndham Lathem and Andrew Warren, the former Northwestern University professor and a University of Oxford employee charged with fatally stabbing a hair stylist in River North, are scheduled to appear in a Chicago courtroom for the first time today for their bond hearing.
A Dispatch From Eclipse Central: Makanda, Ill.Ed Curran reports on the the character and the characters of a town at the center of Monday's solar eclipse.
Spectacular Sights At Chicago Air ShowFormer Chicago Cub David Ross opened the day with a sky dive. Blue Angels wowed the huge crowd with the finale. CBS 2's Sandra Torres reports.
Fugitives Charged With Brutal MurderFormer NU professor, another suspect were returned to Chicago last night. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports.
CBS 2 Weather Watch SaturdayThe forecast with Robb Ellis
Craft Soda Maker Flattened By Sweetened-Beverage TaxMakers of Cool Mountain Beverages say they're already feeling the pinch from the controversial penny-an-ounce soda tax. WBBM's Regine Schlesinger reports.
Ford Agrees To Settle Harassment Claims For $10 MillionFord will pay $10 million to settle sexual and racial harassment claims filed by more than 30 female employees at two Chicago-area plants.
Wheaton Service Station Closing After 47 YearsTom's Service Center opened on Main Street in Wheaton in 1970. Its last day is next week.
Airbnb Permanently Bans White Supremacists From Using Its ServicesWhite supremacists will be banned from making reservations and renting out spaces on Airbnb, and permanently denied access to the platform, Airbnb's co-founder said Tuesday.
Suit: Woodfield Mall Has Over-Charged Candy RetailerGetHappy is suffering “immediate and continuing harm," according to its lawsuit against Woodfield Mall.
Chicago Startup Developing Inexpensive Bionic HandAmputees may one day spend hundreds, not tens of thousands, for a bionic hand that restores sensation. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Roller Derby, At 82, Ages GracefullyAfter a decades-long drought, the Windy City Rollers were part of a grassroots resurgence of the sport in the early 2000s.
Cleanup Underway At Grant Park After Lollapalooza Wraps UpCrews were busy cleaning up Grant Park on Monday, after Lollapalooza wrapped up four days of music and festivities on the city's lakefront.
Lollapalooza Pays Tribute To The 60s, With Cool TemperaturesIt sure didn't feel like your average August afternoon in Chicago.
Wet End To Day 1 Doesn't Dampen Spirits At LollapalloozaLollapalooza was set to resume Friday, after storms brought an early end to the first day of the festival.
Lolla's First Night Ends Early, Due To StormsEvacuation of Grant Park began around 9:10 p.m. The festival had been slated to end at 10 p.m.
Frankenstein Lives! In Indiana!The classic book turns 200 next year, and the group Indiana Humanities has a $300,000 grant to hold a series of events to celebrate it.
Gary, Ind. Schools Closed Monday, For Eclipse ConcernsSome students are bused home at a time when they might be exposed to the eclipse, Gary Community School Corp. said in a news release.
Man ODs Sitting In Court, Revived By Quick-Thinking OfficersSheriff Mark Curran says three correctional officers noticed the man slumped over and quickly determined he had probably overdosed.
Binge-Watching TV Shows Causes Poor Sleep Quality, Insomnia, Study FindsBinge-watching television shows can lead to unhealthy sleep habits in young adults, according to a new study.
Narcotics 'Ended Him,' Grieving Family Of Indiana Man SaysThe La Porte County, Indiana Sheriff’s Office investigated three narcotics-related overdoses over the weekend.
Smoking Marijuana Triples Risk Of High Blood Pressure Death, Study SaysA new study is warning that people who smoke marijuana have three times the risk of dying from high blood pressure than those who don't.
Soda Tax Repeal In The WorksThere has been pushback from retailers since a court cleared Cook County government's controversial soda tax last week.
Airlines, Passengers Will Benefit From Pilotless Flights, Study FindsAirlines could save billions by taking pilots out of the cockpit -- but would their customers feel safe flying without them?
TSA Now Requiring Separate Screenings For Electronics Larger Than A Cell PhoneThe airport security screening process just got even more frustrating for flyers.
Wisconsin Tech Company To Install Microchip In EmployeesA Wisconsin technology company will be installing the rice-sized microchip in willing employees' hands at a chip party on Aug. 1.
NASA Mission To "Touch The Sun" Named For Renowned U Of C ProfessorNASA has announced an unprecedented mission to “touch the Sun” will be named after a noted solar astrophysicist at the University of Chicago
Global "Ransomware" Attack Spreads To More Than 200,000 ComputersExperts said the WannaCry attack has spread to at least 150 countries.
Facebook Ramps Up Its Response To Violent VideosFacebook is stepping up its efforts to keep inappropriate and often violent material — including recent high-profile videos of murders and suicides, hate speech and extremist propaganda — off of its site.