We took a look at 10 years of violent crime statistics to get a better idea of what Chicago’s Memorial Day weekend violence really means…
The most recent shooting occurred Saturday morning in the West Pullman neighborhood on the Far South Side.
CBS 2’s Mai Martinez talks with event organizers, concert-goers and a Chicago doctor about what they expect.
Memorial Day is almost upon us. The holiday marks the beginning of the summer season, and as such, it’s also the beginning of summer vacation for many.
The most recent fatal shooting happened Saturday night when a man was shot in the head in the South Side Chatham neighborhood.
Two men critically wounded in weekend shootings died Monday, raising the death toll for 2013’s most violent weekend to eight. At least 39 other people were wounded in shootings across the city, authorities said.
The Council of Religious leaders wants all faith communities to offer prayers this weekend, remembering the lives lost to senseless acts of gun violence.
A gloomy forecast for the weekend, with showers, and possibly some severe thunderstorms on Saturday.
Two men were killed and at least 12 people, including three teenagers, were wounded in separate shootings since Friday evening.
Two people were killed and 10 wounded in gun violence in the city since Friday night.
Hurricane Isaac could affect the Labor Day holiday in the Chicago area with heavy rain.
Parts of the Chicago area are now considered to be in a severe drought, but at least some rain is expected this weekend.
South Side locals wonder whether they’ll get a glimpse of the First Family when President Obama camps out this weekend in his Kenwood neighborhood. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Conditions will be undeniably beautiful for the rest of the day Thursday, but break out the gym shorts and Gatorade this weekend, as steamy heat settles in.
Temperatures will be sunny, but cool, for the rest of the day Tuesday – and once again, temperatures will not exceed the 60s along the lakefront.
The already chilly temperatures will be falling through the afternoon as a cold front passes through, to the point where the mercury won’t even crack the 50-degree mark on Saturday.
The unseasonably warm stretch of weather will come to an end this weekend, with some snowfall and falling temperatures.
Chilly sunshine is expected for the rest of the day, but clouds are tracking down to the southeast from Wisconsin and they could bring snow Saturday morning.
The power crisis from the storms on Monday have caused immense frustration for hundreds of thousands of people in the Chicago area, but could a heat wave coming this weekend mean a whole new round of outages?
The end of May showers will hopefully lead to some June flowers, but just because spring is running a little late doesn’t mean you have to hide indoors. We’ve some picks to get you out of the house this weekend, rain or shine.