Potential For Record-Setting Cold This WeekOK, parents, listen up.
Three Found Dead In Abandoned Avondale HomePolice say the deaths could be related to the cold weather, but autopsies will not be conducted until Tuesday.
Despite Frigid Temps, Some People Still Need To Work OutsideSome people have no choice, but to be out in the cold. They have to work in this bitter blast.
Pedway Offers Warm Shortcuts To Avoid Cold DowntownFor those of us who had to come to work, the key to staying warm can be a few shortcuts, reports CBS 2’s Jim Williams.
Cold Day Activities in Chicago with Kids
Heating Problems Have Students Bundling Up In South Side SchoolThis bitter blast has students at one Far South Side school wearing coats, hats and gloves in the classroom.
Chicagoans Brave Freezing TempsWith temperatures plunging Monday, CBS 2’s Jim Williams spent the day with people who have no choice but to endure the cold.
Metra Implementing Changes To Prevent Last Year's Cold Weather ProblemsMetra says it's putting into practice, everything it learned during last year's Polar Vortex which created long and repeated delays for commuters, reports WBBM’s John Cody.
Thousands Will Die From Flu This Year, Doctors PredictAlthough concerns are mounting across the nation of Ebola exposure, doctors fear the focus could be diverting attention from another potential threat: the flu.
Enterovirus D68: What Every Parent Should KnowParents should be prepared for a new virus that is infecting the Midwest and looking to sweep the nation.
Chicagoland Temperatures About to Dip Way Below AverageThough fall has not yet officially begun, Chicago and its surrounding areas are about to experience a snap of cold weather this week, reports CBS 2 meteorologist Megan Glaros.
Chilly Temperatures Have Swimmers Wishing For Real Summer WeatherAs of late Tuesday morning, the official temperature in Chicago was only 64 degrees, which is the normal low for mid-July. The average temperature for July 15 is 74 in Chicago, and the normal high is 85, according to the National Weather Service.