- 8 Inches Of Snow Possible This WeekendHeavy snow is expected to begin Friday during rush hour
- Cops Acquitted Of Cover-Up In McDonald ShootingThe judge announced verdict more than a month after the officers’ bench trial wrapped up.
- Governor Signs Gun Dealer Licensing LawLaw requires video surveillance systems in shops, background checks for employees.
- See Proposed Designs For New O'Hare TerminalFive architects are competing for project to build new Global Terminal at O'Hare.
- Immigration Cases Canceled By ShutdownIn some circumstances it's buying immigrants more time in the country.
Neighbors In North Suburbs On High Alert After Coyotes Attack Dogs In BackyardIt's believed more than one coyote attacked three dogs Wednesday afternoon, two of them 35-pound pit bulls.
Two Charged In Shooting Death Of 18-Year-Old Alayna OrtizGiovante Galloway and Juarez Rogers, were charged with the murder of 18-year-old Alayna Ortiz as well as other counts of robbery and burglary.
Gov. JB Pritzker Signs Bill Requiring State Licensing Of Gun Dealers Into LawGun dealers are now required to obtain licenses in Illinois after Gov. JB Pritzker signed a landmark gun control measure into law.
Winter Day Camp On North Side Called 'Unattractive' By NeighborsSeveral community members are concerned about the Forest Playschool, especially regarding its use of open flames.
Reaction To Acquittal Of CPD Officers Of Alleged Cover-Up In Laquan McDonald Shooting Death"I don't think all the police officers are bad, but the small few that are part of this machine need to be weeded out and need to be taken out of the system."
CPD Officers Found Not Guilty Of Alleged Cover-Up In Laquan McDonald Shooting DeathOfficer Thomas Gaffney, former officer Joe Walsh and former detective David March all appeared stoic early on. But the judge gradually picked apart the state's case.
Mayor Introduces Ethics Reforms For City Council Weeks After Ald. Ed Burke ChargedMayor Rahm Emanuel has proposed broad ethic reforms for the city council to consider after an alderman was recently charged with attempted extortion.
Preckwinkle To Return $116,000 From Fundraiser At Ald. Burke's HomeCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle is returning $116,000 in campaign contributions collected at a fundraiser hosted by Ald. Edward Burke’s house last year, seeking to distance herself from the attempted extortion charge against him.
Chicago Mayoral Candidates Try Distancing Themselves From Ald. Ed Burke After Corruption ChargesThree candidates who've had close relationships with Burke are furiously pointing fingers at each other as to who is tighter with the tainted alderman.
Archer Heights Burger King Linked To Criminal Complaint Against Ald. Ed BurkeThe restaurant on 41st and Pulaski is never mentioned by name, but its permit history matches events outlined in the federal criminal complaint against Ald. Ed Burke.
Ald. Ed Burke Says He Plans To Seek Reelection, A Day After Extortion Charge UnsealedChicago Alderman Ed Burke says he's running for reelection--a day after a federal criminal complaint was unsealed charging the longtime 14th Ward alderman with attempted extortion for allegedly using his position on the City Council to try to steer business to his private law practice.
Burke Resigns As Finance Committee Chair, To Be Stripped Of Police Security Detail In Wake Of Corruption CaseA day after longtime Ald. Edward Burke (14th) was charged with attempted extortion, he is already losing a great deal of his power and influence in the City Council.
Ald. Edward Burke, Facing Corruption Charge, Resigns As Finance Committee ChairmanWhile insisting he's "done nothing wrong" Ald. Edward Burke (14th) is stepping down as chairman of the City Council Finance Committee, after he was charged with attempted extortion, the mayor's office announced Friday morning.
"I've Done Nothing Wrong": Ald. Ed Burke Speaks After First Court AppearanceNearly 50-year aldermanic powerhouse Ed Burke is facing a federal charge of attempted extortion.
ATF Data Unclear On Whether Gun Dealer Licensing Laws Make States Safer It took 16 years of work in the legislature, but Thursday Gov. JB Pritzker signed a landmark gun control bill into law.
Coyotes Attack Three Dogs In North Suburban Backyard, Killing OneKathy Crann said she came home to find her dog Maggie "mangled" and dead in the snow after coyotes got into her backyard and attacked her dogs.
CBS 2 Weather Watch 6 PM 1-17-19Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has the forecast.
Supporters And Critics Of The Verdict Have Their SayCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports after the acquittal of three Chicago police officers accused of an alleged cover-up in the Laquan McDonald shooting, supporters and detractors of the officers spoke after the verdict was handed town.
Two Suspects Charged In Shooting Death of 18-Year-Old Alayna OrtizGiovante Galloway and his uncle, Juarez Rogers, face murder and multiple burglary and robbery charges.
Three CPD Officers Acquitted Of Alleged Cover-Up In Laquan McDonald ShootingCBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports on the reaction of the not guilty verdict given to three CPD officers accused of conspiracy, obstruction of justice and official misconduct in the shooting death of Chicago teen Laquan McDonald.
Pritzker Signs Gun Control Bill Into LawGun dealers are now required to obtain licenses in Illinois after Gov. JB Pritzker signed a landmark gun control measure into law.
Young Bucks On Turning Down WWE, Plans For All Elite WrestlingThe Young Bucks, Nick and Matt Jackson, talk about turning down WWE to go with All Elite Wrestling, and their plans going forward.
NFL Championship Picks: Rams, Patriots To Win On The RoadCBS Los Angeles's Kevin Cuenca breaks down the Rams-Saints in the NFC Championship and Patriots-Chiefs in the AFC Championship.
Downers Grove Boxer Making A Name For Himself In The Ring2013 Golden Gloves Champ Gio Cabrera Mioletti is small in stature but packs quite a punch, and the rising boxing star is trying to make his mark in the fight game.
Trent Green: Sticking With Home Teams, Chiefs & Saints, To Move On To Super BowlThe NFL on CBS analyst looks at this weekend's championship games and why he thinks the Chiefs and the Saints are headed to Super Bowl LIII.
Ball Scores 19 As Lakers Deal Bulls Eighth Straight LossLonzo Ball and the Los Angeles Lakers were angry after the NBA's worst team broke a long losing streak on their home floor. They weren't about to let the league's second-worst team do the same thing on Tuesday night.
Chicago Wolves Could Capture First AHL Calder Cup In Over A DecadeLoaded with skilled scorers, the Chicago Wolves have their sights set on capturing their first AHL Calder Cup in more than a decade.
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