3 Men Injured In River North Parking Garage Shooting, One Identified In Video As Rapper Lil Reese; Officer's Gun Also Accidentally DischargedThree men were shot and wounded in broad daylight Saturday morning in a parking garage in River North, amid a major shopping district.
At Least 29 People Wounded In Weekend Gun Violence In Chicago, 5 KilledAt least 29 people had been shot in Chicago as of Saturday evening, and five of them had been killed.
MISSING: Kyrin Carter, 12, Has Autism, Last Seen In Hammond, IndianaPolice in Hammond, Indiana were searching Saturday evening for a missing 12-year-old boy with autism.
Chicago Weather: Warming Trend Continues, Rain Chances PersistRain chances will stick around, though some days have better chances than others.
CDC Says Masks No Longer Necessary For COVID-Vaccinated Americans, But Some Chicago Restaurants Say They'll Still Be Requiring ThemAs the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eased mask measures for vaccinated Americans, several private businesses in Chicago aren’t willing to do the same just yet.
Fire Rips Through House In West EnglewoodFlames ripped through a home in West Englewood early Saturday morning.
Worker Killed When Vaulted Sidewalk Collapses On Him In Heart Of ChicagoA worker is dead after a sidewalk collapsed top of him in the Heart of Chicago neighborhood.
MISSING: Jessica Allison, 22, And Daughter Aislin Grace Allison, 4, Of Valparaiso, IndianaThe Porter County, Indiana Sheriff’s office has launched a missing persons investigation for a Valparaiso woman and her 4-year-old daughter who have not been heard from since Friday night.
COVID-19 In Indiana: 798 New Cases, 5 DeathsThe Indiana Department of Health on Saturday reported 798 new COVID-19 cases and five deaths.
Convicted Man Fighting To Have Case Reheard After Jailhouse Confession Removes Evidence In A Murder He Says He Did Not CommitJames Bannister is more than 30 years into a life sentence for a crime he has always said he did not commit, so when a recent jailhouse confession took away evidence against him, why didn't he get a chance at freedom?
New Reopening Phase Means Life For Vaccinated Almost Back To NormalThe new reopening phase means life for those who are vaccinated may be almost back to normal.
New CPD Policy On Search Warrants To Go Into Effect May 28; Police To Begin Tracking Wrong RaidsFor the first time, Chicago Police will begin tracking some wrong raids that result from faulty information, such as the raid on Anjanette Young's home two years ago.
Federal Lawsuit Alleges Cover-Ups Of Decades Of Abuse By Youth Hockey Coach Tom 'Chico' AdrahtasExplosive allegations have surfaced of decades of abuse inflicted upon teenage boys by a prominent local hockey coach, and now they are the subject of a lawsuit.
More Accusers And More Allegations Of Abuse Against Trusted Hockey Coach Tom 'Chico' AdrahtasMore men are coming forward to accuse a well-known youth hockey coach of grooming them for sexual abuse when they were just teenagers.
Three Men, None Of Whom Knew Each Other At The Time, Say Trusted Hockey Coach Tom 'Chico' Adrahtas Groomed Them For Sexual Abuse As TeensThree men who never knew each other as teens are suddenly connected by the same claims of abuse. They each say the youth hockey coach they loved and trusted groomed them for sexual abuse.
Bills That Would Strengthen Privacy For Sexual Assault Victims One Step Closer to Becoming Law After CBS 2 InvestigationTwo bills that would strengthen privacy protections for sexual assault victims in Illinois unanimously passed the House judiciary criminal committee Tuesday and are a step closer to becoming law.
Navy Pier Flyover Completed After Years Of Construction Delays -- Many Ask Why It Took So Long“This is a wonderful solution a long time in the making,” downtown Ald. Brendan Reilly (42nd) said as city officials cut the ribbon on the completed project on Monday.
Across Illinois, Arab Americans Were Dying From COVID-19, But The Government Wasn’t Counting. Some Say That Cost Lives
Detroit's Harold Castro Hits RBI Single Off Craig Kimbrel At Bottom Of 10th, Cubs LoseHarold Castro hit an RBI single in the bottom of the 10th inning off Craig Kimbrel to give the Tigers a victory over the Chicago Cubs on Saturday.
In Bears Rookie Minicamp, Top Pick Justin Fields' Seriousness On The Field Stands OutSaturday marked the second day of Bears rookie minicamp up at Halas Hall.
Candace Parker, Kahleah Copper Shine Leading Sky Past MysticsKahleah Copper scored 19 points and Candace Parker added 16 with eight rebounds and three blocks in her Chicago debut and the Sky beat Washington in a WNBA opener for both teams Saturday.
Chicago Weather: A Big Warmup In The Week To ComeCBS 2 Meteorologist Robb Ellis has your 5 p.m. RealTime Weather forecast for Saturday, May 15, 2021.
Fighting Intensifies In Gaza As Israeli Airstrike Destroys 12-Story BuildingAn Israeli airstrike on Saturday destroyed a 12-story building in Gaza that housed residential apartments and the offices of media outlets – including the Associated Press and Al-Jazeera. John Lorinc reports.
Some Chicago Restaurants Still Requiring Masks Despite CDC Guidance ChangeAs the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eased mask measures for vaccinated Americans, several private businesses in Chicago aren’t willing to do the same just yet. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.
Firefighters Climb On Roof Of Burning Home In West EnglewoodFlames ripped through a home in West Englewood early Saturday morning.
Construction Worker Killed In Sidewalk Collapse In Heart Of ChicagoA worker is dead after a sidewalk collapsed top of him in the Heart of Chicago neighborhood.
Three Men Shot In Parking Garage In River NorthThe seemingly targeted shooting happened in a garage on Grand Avenue near State Street. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Ed's Driveway: Hyundai ElantraHyundai redesigned the Elantra for 2021 and it’s a very impressive car. The Elantra comes in a variety of flavors, including an Elantra hybrid for the first time.
PAWS Pet Of The Week: CalebCaleb enjoys his walks and is willing to train for treats.
PAWS Pet Of The Week: LeonardLeonard never stops wagging his tail and has so much love to give to a family where he’ll be the center of attention as the only pet.
Seed Library Open In Woodstock, Patrons Encouraged To Bring Back Fruits Of Their Labor"Once their produce starts coming in; peas first then radishes, then corn, to bring it back to the food pantry or share it with other people in their community."