- Threat Of Severe WeatherHeavy Rain, Hail Possible; More Storms Over The Weekend
- A 'Call To Action' To Curb ViolenceChoirs and speakers all calling for the entire community to stop violence.
- Lightfoot's Plans To Combat Summertime Violence"We're flooding the zone. We know the areas in the city we believe there are challenges."
- Judge Unseals Jussie Smollett Case FileCook County State's Attorney's office to release previously sealed court records.
- HOBO Workers’ Unpaid Medical Bills ResolvedBankruptcy court orders former owners to pay former employees' medical bills.
Chicago Weather: Risk Of Severe Storms To Start Memorial Day WeekendUnstable, and possible severe weather, is in the cards for Friday and the start of the Memorial Day weekend.
Hammond Mayor Tom McDermott Shuts Down Boy Scout Road Bordering ChicagoHammond mayor Tom McDermott shut down a road along the border of Chicago and told a local radio show that he may never re-open the street again.
Rare Liver Surgery For Small Dog, Seems Like A Miracle To Pet's OwnerWhen one suburban family discovered a life-threatening condition with their beloved dog, they allowed her to become the second-smallest dog to undergo a unique procedure.
Driver, Claiming To Be Racing To Hospital, Clocked At 150 MPH On Interstate 65A Chicago man, claiming he was in a rush to visit a friend in the hospital, was clocked at speeds at near 150 miles per hour on Interstate 65 Thursday night.
Two Years After Robo Call Settlement, Many Are Waiting For PaymentTwo years after a settlement in connection with a robo-call campaign, those eligible for a cash payment are still waiting.
Drug Raids Result In 32 Arrests, Seizure Of Cash, Guns, WeaponsA large amount of money, along with guns and drugs, were taken off the streets overnight in a series of Chicago police raids.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Commits To Addressing Lack Of Ambulances In ChicagoOn Thursday, CBS 2's Pam Zekman took her investigations into Chicago's critical shortage of ambulances to the new mayor and found help is on the way.
No Justice: How The Chicago Police Department Has Failed To Solve Thousands Of Rape Cases In Last DecadeTheir stories are strikingly similar.
Public Life Of Maryville's Father John Smyth Belies Horrifying Allegations Of Sex CrimesAs the sun sat on Father John Smyth’s life, allegations of sexual misconduct arose.
Baby Chase's Mother Thrilled At His Recovery From Shooting, Frustrated With Police Investigation; 'Everyone's Looking At Me Like I'm The Bad Guy'Baby Chase was shot in the head three months ago and is making a remarkable recovery. His family is grateful and happy about that, but as they told CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini, they are not so happy with the police investigation.
Victimized Twice: After Her 1-Year-Old Grandson Was Shot, City Wrongly Gave Away Her SUVA toddler riding with his grandmother gets shot in the head. The grandmother, Kakesia Walker, says Chicago Police towed her vehicle as evidence and she never saw it again.
City Overcharging For Thousands Of Expired Meter Parking TicketsYou park, you pay, you stay too long, you expect to get a ticket. If that happens in most neighborhoods, the ticket is supposed to be cheaper than what you’d pay downtown
Rare, Life-Saving Surgery For Small DogWhen one suburban family discovered a life-threatening condition with their beloved dog, they allowed her to become the second-smallest dog to undergo a unique procedure. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Robo Call Settlement Won't Be Huge WindfallCBS 2's Dorothy took a closer look at the settlement agreement, which was filed in Chicago.
Police Raids Result In 32 ArrestsA large amount of money, along with guns and drugs, were taken off the streets overnight in a series of Chicago police raids.
CBS 2 AM Weather Watch, May 24, 2019The forecast with Megan Glaros
Accident Shuts Down Dan RyanTwo people were hurt early Friday morning in a crash on the Dan Ryan Expressway. CBS 2 's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Home Invader Shot In UptownMan who shot the offender had a valid firearms card.
Crash Closes Dan RyanA hit and run accident shut down the outbound local lanes overnight.
Giolito Throws 4-Hit Gem, White Sox Blank Astros 4-0Lucas Giolito pitched a four-hitter for his first major league shutout, rookie Eloy Jiménez hit his third homer in two games and the Chicago White Sox beat the Houston Astros 4-0 on Thursday night.
Segura Helps Phillies Beat Lester, Cubs 9-7Anthony Rizzo and Kyle Schwarber hit homers for Chicago, which had won three of four. Rizzo finished with four hits and three RBIs, but the NL Central-leading Cubs were unable to overcome a second consecutive shaky performance by Lester (3-3).
Indianapolis 500 Officials To Offer Measles Vaccine At RaceAt least 20 confirmed cases of mumps also were reported at Indiana University in Bloomington, about 50 miles southwest of Indianapolis.
Chicago Theater Events This WeekThere's plenty to do when it comes to stage performances in Chicago this week, from Cirque du Soleil to a comedic magic show.
4 Ways To Make The Most Of Your Week In ChicagoFrom a youth entrepreneurship competition to a presentation on European river cruises, there's plenty to enjoy in Chicago this week.
Here Are The 4 Freshest New Businesses To Open In ChicagoFrom a board game cafe to a snazzy food court, read on to see the newest hot spots to debut near you.