Thousands Of Customers Still Without Power In Northwest Indiana After Monday's Wind DamageThousands of customers are still without power Wednesday morning, after Monday's damaging winds.
Mayor Lightfoot To Address City's Budget Plans, Chicago Faces $838 Million ShortfallMayor Lori Lightfoot will address the city's budget plans, and her plans to dig Chicago out of debt.
Thousands Of CPS Teachers To Rally During Budget AddressToday, Chicago teachers will shift from the picket lines in front of schools to what's expected to be a massive rally near Thompson Center.
Streetlights Back On Along Hegewisch Block That Had Been In The Dark For Weeks After CBS 2 VisitsA section of the Hegewisch neighborhood had been in the dark for weeks, and a block of frustrated residents said they had made every possible request for a streetlight fix – but nothing was done.
Attorney Hopes To Secure Place For Jones Prep Cross-Country Team In Regionals Despite Teachers' StrikeA Chicago Public Schools cross-country team has lawyered up – now looking for a way to keep their season alive as teachers are on strike.
Old Town Fire Started In Dumpster, Officials SayA fire in the back of an apartment building sent people out of their homes early Tuesday in the Old Town neighborhood.
Busy Lyons Street Is Plagued With Crashes; Residents Plead For Safety MeasuresA single suburban street has had more than 1,000 citations written in just the last year.
After Marina Held Her Boat Hostage For Months, Crystal Taylor's Bank Returned Her MoneyCBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker tried to track down the mysterious marina owner and discovered even more legal trouble he faces.
Police Refuse To Turn Over Bodycam Video As Another Family Claims They Were Subjected To Wrong RaidThey call it the blue wall of silence – police refusing to turn over critical body camera video to this family whose home was wrongly raided.
Mayor Lightfoot Takes Action, Investigation Begins Following CBS 2 Probe Into Wrong Raids By PoliceOur CBS 2 Investigators are getting results – the Chicago Police Department is under investigation for officers obtaining bad search warrants and then raiding the homes of innocent families.
'[un]warranted:' Home Is Where You Feel Safest, But What Happens When It's Wrongly Raided By Police?It's been a year since CBS 2 Investigators received its first tip about Chicago Police officers wrongly raiding a family's home and pointing guns at adults and children. But as the story unfolded, it became bigger than just one case. Watch the full documentary “[un]warranted,” with CBS 2’s Dave Savini.
Chicago Police Officers Reveal Major Missteps As They're Questioned On Video For Lawsuit About Raiding Wrong HomeFor the first time, Chicago Police officers are talking about why they raided the home of an innocent family.
Thousands Of CPS Teachers To Rally During Budget AddressChicago teachers will shift from the picket lines in front of schools to what's expected to be a massive rally near Thompson Center.
Mayor Lightfoot To Address City's Budget Plans, Chicago Faces $838 Million ShortfallMayor Lori Lightfoot will address the city's budget plans, and her plans to dig Chicago out of debt Wednesday.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (10 P.M. 10-22-19)CBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your forecast.
Streetlights Back On After Weeks In HegewischThe streetlights were out for weeks on Escanaba Avenue near 129th Street, but were fixed shortly after CBS 2 visited. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Lawyer Seeks To Save CPS Cross-Country Team's SeasonThe teachers' strike means the cross-country team at Jones College Prep can't compete in the regionals under IHSA rules. But an attorney thinks the rules are vague enough that the season can be saved. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Fire Lights Up Alley, Comes Close To Homes In Old TownThe fire broke out early Tuesday morning in the alley behind Hudson Avenue near Blackhawk Street.
Blackhawks Blow Lead, Fall To Las Vegas In ShootoutMarc-Andre Fleury made 31 saves through overtime and two more stops in the shootout, leading the Vegas Golden Knights to a victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night.
Former Bears Running Back Matt Forte Tells The Bears to RUN!The bad Bears loss to the Saints and complete lack of running game is on Matt Forte’s mind, and he has a little advice for the current team.
Bulls Begin Rebuilding Effort For This Season Starting With The HornetsThe Bulls had a record of 17 wins and 41 losses last year under head coach Jim Boylen, but this year is his first full season at the helm. Boylen isn’t letting the new role affect his approach.