Cleanup Continues On Flooded Chicago RiverwalkThe Riverwalk is the city’s newest gem, but too much river left not enough walk this weekend.
Old Farmer's Almanac: Warmer Winter AheadDon't get too excited. Chicago's been burned before, CBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran reports.
Apple Debuts "Animoji," Animated Emoji For iPhone XApple debuted a new "Animoji" feature, which are animated versions of the popular emojis found on the iPhone. Is this cool or creepy?
In Carbondale, Spectators Left In Awe Of Solar EclipseJust around midday, southern Illinois went dark.
Coast-To-Coast Eclipse Gives Scientists Rare Chance To Study The SunThe city of Carbondale is the ideal viewing site for the eclipse, as it's the location where the total eclipse will last longest.
Daley Plaza Picasso Sculpture Turning 50; So What Is It?A gift from artist Pablo Picasso, countless visitors stare at the untitled sculpture and wonder; but how many actually know what it is?
Firefighters Took Part In Swift Water Rescue Training After Recent DrowningsFirefighters from Joliet, Roselle, Des Plaines, Warrenville, Bristol and Kendall attended swift water rescue training.
Study Finds Chicago Area Trees Are Threatened By Climate ChangeChicago area trees are facing a threat from Mother Nature.
CBS 2 Extreme Weather SpecialTornadoes tearing through nearby towns, winter hail storms, temperature swings smashing records. What does this mean for the seasons ahead?
Heavy Rains Could Impact Planted Corn In IllinoisLast week’s heavy rains could have a negative impact on corn crops in Illinois, and farmers are watching closely.
Flood Watch In Effect As Rains, Winds Continue To Hit ChicagoThe National Weather Service continued Sunday the issued Flood Watches, Warnings and Advisories for the Chicagoland area.
High Winds Take Out Trees; Willis Tower & Hancock Center Decks ClosedWind gusts of up to 55 mph were recorded at O'Hare International Airport on Wednesday, and a wind advisory was in effect until 6 p.m.