Chicago Weather: A Sunny StartLook for sunny skies in the morning on Friday before a fast-moving front heads our way.
Retired Firefighter Dwain Williams, 65, Shot Dead During Carjacking Attempt In Morgan ParkA retired Chicago Fire lieutenant was shot and killed Thursday afternoon during a carjacking attempt in Morgan Park.
COVID In Illinois: Massive Northbrook Hotel Wedding Reception Called Potential 'Super-Spreader Event' By Cook Cook County Health DepartmentA weekday wedding reception at a hotel in unincorporated Northbrook is being called a potential "super-spreader event" by county health officials and the hotel could face civil citations.
Kevin Dowling Toy Drive Goes Virtual
USPS Says There Are No Delays At Post Office In Bronzeville; Woman Waiting On Workers' Comp Checks Says There AreA Bronzeville woman relies on disability checks to get through the week. The only problem is that she says she can’t rely on the U.S. Postal Service to deliver.
Teenage Girl Dead After Being Shot In Gage ParkA teenage girl is dead after being shot in the Gage Park neighborhood Thursday evening.
MISSING: Alan Gustaitis, 47, Of Aurora; He May Be Experiencing Medical EpisodePolice in Aurora were searching Thursday afternoon for a missing 47-year-old man who may be experiencing a medical episode.
Local Mayor Tries To Get To The Bottom Of Bad Mail Service; 'It's Very Frustrating'"I had a resident call me up in tears she couldn't get her medication."
Fire Breaks Out In Brookfield HouseA fire broke out in the 3800 block of Cleveland Avenue in Brookfield Thursday evening.
Fraudulent Unemployment Claims In Illinois Reach 297,000; One Man Was Victim Of Fraud While Trying To Get His Own BenefitsRight along with increasing unemployment claims in Illinois come increasing problems for people still struggling to get benefits or fighting to clear their names after being victims of fraud.
Longtime Mercy Hospital Nurse Loses Battle With COVID-19; OSHA Investigation UnderwayA longtime nurse at Mercy Hospital has died of COVID-19, and now her death is under investigation.
COVID-19 Cases At Post Offices May Be To Blame For Spotty Mail Service In Riverdale And Several Other PlacesSpotty mail service has people in the south suburbs fired up – and worried about the holiday season.
More Research Needed On When Kids And COVID Vaccine; 'She Would Have A Barrier To Keep Herself Safe'"Children can be very sick with this illness."
Why Does Illinois' Unemployment System Keep Failing So Many People? A Quest For Answers ContinuesIllinois’ unemployment system continues to fail the people out of work in Illinois. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker set out to get the answers taxpayers deserve from top managers at the Illinois Department of Employment Security.
COVID Vaccine Ready To Be Delivered From O'Hare, Can Shipping Companies Handle Holiday Packages And Vaccine Deliveries?"There's a real concern here if we get some big snowstorm through the Midwest or Chicago. That is going to back things up."
Getting Hosed: After Vietnam Vet Rodney Andrews Got Hit With $10,700 Water Bill At House Where He'd Never Lived, He Gets A Surprise Of New Appliances To Make It A Home
Woman Says She Paid Thousands To Contractor To Fix Leaky Roof, Only For Him To Demand More And More -- And Then VanishTalk about a double whammy – your roof is messed up, you pay a contractor thousands of dollars, and he does the demolition work, only to disappear like Houdini.
Cook County Judicial Candidate Says Vote Totals Changed After Deadline To Make Him Lose, Claims FraudOne man who ran for judge in Cook County claims thousands of ballots mysteriously materialized after the Nov. 17 deadline to count them, and it cost him the race.
No Fans In Stands For Start Of Bulls Season; Rookie Patrick Williams Adjusting Quickly To NBA LifeThe Bulls announced Thursday that no fans will be allowed at the United – at least for the beginning of the upcoming season.
NFL Week 13 AFC East Picks: Dolphins Beat Bengals 'By Double-Digits,' Says CBS Miami's Mike CugnoThe AFC East looks a little different, with the Bills and Dolphins pushing for the postseason and the Patriots in danger of missing the playoffs.
White Sox Decline To Offer Contracts To RF Nomar Mazara, LHP Carlos RodónRodón was selected by Chicago with the No. 3 overall pick in the 2014 amateur draft. He broke into the majors the following year and looked as if he could be a key member of the team's rotation for years to come before he was hampered by a series of injuries.
Bulls Rookie Patrick Williams Trying To Adjust Quickly To NBA LifeMeanwhile, the Bulls announced Thursday that no fans will be allowed at the United – at least for the beginning of the upcoming season.
Chicago Weather: Mild Again On FridayCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your 10 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020.
Kevin Dowling Toy Drive Goes VirtualThe COVID-19 pandemic has changed every aspect of life, but one family is determined not to let it change their ability to give back. As CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports, the show will go on for the Kevin Dowling Toy Drive.
Bronzeville Woman Who Relies On Workers' Comp Checks Says She Isn't Getting MailA Bronzeville woman relies on disability checks to get through the week. The only problem is that she says she can’t rely on the U.S. Postal Service to deliver. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Musician Says He Was In 'Utter Shock' At Wedding With Large Crowd At Northbrook HiltonPunishment from the Cook County Department of Public Health is coming after a large wedding without masks or distancing at the Hilton Chicago/Northbrook. A musician who played there tells CBS 2's Charlie De Mar he is afraid he could have been exposed to the coronavirus.
Teenage Girl Shot Dead In Gage ParkThe 16-year-old girl was shot in the head in an alley behind the 5200 block of South Kedzie Avenue.
Friends, Family Mourn Retired Fire Lieutenant Killed In CarjackingA processional with full honors was held Thursday night after retired Chicago Fire Lt. Dwain Williams was shot and killed during an attempted carjacking in Morgan Park. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Day Of Giving: Red Cross Looks After Mental Health Needs Of Those StrugglingThe work of the Red Cross doesn’t stop after the immediate crisis – the mental health needs of those struggling are just as important.
Day Of Giving: How The Red Cross Steps Up For Military FamiliesThe American Red Cross does so much that we see every day, but also a lot that we don't see. Military families know the Red Cross is often the only means of communicating during a time of crisis.
Day Of Giving: Red Cross Has Stepped Up In Unprecedented YearIt has been an unprecedented year. But despite everything, the American Red Cross is still carrying out its missions - deploying 7,000 volunteers to help those impacted by disasters.
Day Of Giving: Honoring Local Red Cross Heroes
Day Of Giving: Meet Red Cross Volunteer Rick Daitchman
Day Of Giving: Meet Red Cross Volunteer Hank Welch, Winner Of The Wesbury Award
Music Box Presents 'It's A Wonderful Life' And 'White Christmas' At Chicago Drive-InVisit the Music Box website for tickets and available showtimes.
2020 Holiday Drives In The Chicago AreaWant to make a difference this holiday season?
PAWS Dog Of The Week: TostitoTostito would love an adults-only home. He may do well with another calm, small dog.