Chicago Weather: Dry PatternIt will be mostly clear Wednesday night with lows in the 20s.
Landlord Says She Has Not Received Rent On House She Owns In Over A Year, And Moratorium Is Tying Her UpThe moratorium on evictions is meant to protect people from losing everything during the pandemic. But CBS 2’s Tara Molina found one landlord who has not received rent in more than a year.
ONLY ON 2: Hundreds Gather For Wedding At Hilton Chicago/Northbrook With No Masks -- How Was This Allowed To Happen?Hundreds of people crowded into a hotel ballroom on Wednesday, toasting newlyweds. But in the middle of a pandemic, how is that allowed?
ONLY ON 2: Bucktown Family's Sense Of Security Is Shattered After Father Is Shot During Violent Carjacking AttemptRecently, a family’s sense of security was horrifically violated, as a mother and daughter screamed and pleaded with carjackers in a Bucktown alley – and the father was shot while trying to help.
CTA Red Line Service Halted For Hours From Fullerton To Garfield Due To Smoke In Subway; Train Evacuated Near CermakChicago Transit Authority Red Line service has been halted from Fullerton to Garfield due to smoke in the subway section of the line.
Police Dashcam Video Captures Crash That Killed 3 In BerkeleyThree people are dead and a fourth was seriously injured when a car fleeing a traffic stop slammed into a semi-trailer truck in west suburban Berkeley this week.
Car Hits Pole, Splits In Half During Lawndale Shootout, 2 DeadA car split in half after crashing into a pole during a shootout in Lawndale Wednesday night, and two people were killed.
Residents Served By Mount Greenwood Post Office Say They've Had Problems With Mail Since Well Before PandemicPostal problems have been a side effect of the pandemic - but not in this case.
From Museums To Beverage Distributors To A School Bus Company, Thousands Of Illinois Businesses Got $1 Million Or More In PPP LoansThousands of Illinois businesses received millions in loans under a federal government program created to help small companies recover from the economic crisis left in the wake of the pandemic.
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
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.
COVID In Illinois: Expert Says Ambitious Federal Timeline For Getting Out Coronavirus Vaccine Is PossibleAn ambitious timeline has been set up to get out a vaccine for the novel coronavirus.
COVID-19 Surging In Chicago Area Nursing Homes Again, And Some Say State Is Not Doing EnoughCOVID-19 cases are again surging in Chicago area nursing homes, and workers in the facilities are in dire need of emergency supplies.
Police Dash Cam Footage Shows Deadly Crash In BerkeleyThree people are dead and a fourth was seriously injured when a car fleeing a traffic stop slammed into a semi-trailer truck in west suburban Berkeley this week.
Chicago Weather: Dry Pattern ContinuesCBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has your RealTime Weather forecast for Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020.
Landlord Says She Has Not Received Rent On House She Owns In Over A YearThe moratorium on evictions is meant to protect people from losing everything during the pandemic. But CBS 2’s Tara Molina found one landlord who has not received rent in more than a year.
CTA Passengers Evacuated When Red Line Train Gets Stalled Near Cermak-ChinatownThe incident happened as Chicago Transit Authority Red Line service was halted from Fullerton to Garfield for hours Wednesday night due to smoke in the subway section of the line.
Hundreds Pack Hilton Chicago/Northbrook Hotel For Wedding, Masks ScarceHundreds of people crowded into a hotel ballroom on Wednesday, toasting newlyweds. But in the middle of a pandemic, how is that allowed? CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Car Slams Into Pole Killing 2 In Lawndale, Police Say It Was Being ChasedA car split in half after crashing into a pole during a shootout in Lawndale Wednesday night, and two people were killed.
Family Recalls Terrifying Moments When Man Got Shot During Bucktown Carjacking AttemptRecently, a family’s sense of security was horrifically violated, as a mother and daughter screamed and pleaded with carjackers in a Bucktown alley – and the father was shot while trying to help. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
NFL Week 13 NFC North Picks: Vikings 'Going To Make The Playoffs,' Says SportsLine's Kenny WhiteThe Packers have a comfortable lead in the NFC North, but the Vikings are looking more and more like a Wild Card team.
'Tennis Is Booming': USTA's Leah Friedman On The Rise Of Tennis Racquet Sales During COVID-19Tennis racquet sales have soared during the COVID-19 pandemic because it is a socially distanced sport people can still play inside or outside.
White Sox Manager Tony La Russa To Change Plea In Arizona Drunk Driving CaseAuthorities say La Russa blew out a tire on the grey Lexus he was driving in a collision with a curb that left the vehicle smoking.
PAWS Dog Of The Week: TostitoTostito would love an adults-only home. He may do well with another calm, small dog.
Brookfield Zoo's Holiday Experience Begins Friday
Make Virtual Thanksgiving Memorable With These IdeasThanksgiving is going virtual this year, and that means getting creative is key.