Divers Recover Body Of Michael Fernandez, Who Jumped Into Lincoln Park South Lagoon To Get DogDivers recovered the body of the 29-year-old man who jumped into the Lincoln Park South Lagoon to save his dog.
Bus Company Makes Chicago To Indianapolis Route PermanentA bus company that plans routes based on customer feedback is making daily Chicago-to-Indianapolis service permanent.
Pedestrian Struck By Metra Train In Des Plaines, Extensive Delays ExpectedA pedestrian was struck by a Metra train in Des Plaines around 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Metra confirms.
MISSING: Amber Brown, 17, From West ChathamAmber Brown, 17, has been reported missing from the West Chatham neighborhood.
Chicago Weather: Sunny Day Sunday, Rain On The WaySunday will be a sunny day, but rain is on the way.
Man Dies After Being Pulled From Lake Michigan Near FullertonTwo people were pulled out of Lake Michigan near Fullerton Sunday morning, according to the Chicago Fire Department.
Chicago Man Says Ald. Joe Moreno Used Aldermanic Privilege To Change Zoning On His Property Out Of RevengeChicago's aldermen have for decades wielded power of licensing, permitting and zoning in their wards, but is that power being abused?
Has The City Of Chicago Made It Easier To Get Refunds For Overpaid Parking Tickets?The 2 Investigators remain on the case of the nearly $4 million the City of Chicago owes for tickets that people overpaid.
Peter Mendez Act Passed To Protect Kids After Year-Long CBS 2 Investigation: 'It's A Dream Come True'Last year Peter Mendez tearfully told his story of police wrongly raiding his home and pointing guns at him and his family. Now he is thrilled because Gov. JB Pritzker signed the Peter Mendez Act this week.
CBS 2 Investigation On Wrong Chicago Police Raids Leads To New Law Signed By Gov. PritzkerA CBS 2 investigation into children traumatized by Chicago police wrongly raiding their homes has led to a new law just signed by Governor JB Pritzker.
After CBS 2 Investigators Reports On A Dangerous Intersection, It Got A Stoplight; 'It Will Probably Save Some Lives'After four years of asking the state for a traffic signal, IDOT finally began construction this past spring, which also included new pedestrian walkways, street lamps and cameras for added safety.
CBS 2 Investigates: Old Computers Causing Big Problems For Illinois State OfficesThe 2 Investigators are digging into a looming crisis here in Illinois.
Back To School Items Perfect For Kids, ParentsJosh McBride has what you need to prepare for the back to school season. From watches, to face cleansers to pillows there is something for everyone.
CBS 2 Weather Watch: 7 A.M. 8-25-19CBS 2 meteorologist E Curran has the latest forecast.
Chicago Triathlon Swim Canceled, Participants To Compete In DuathlonThe swim portion of the Chicago Triathlon has been canceled and participants will compete in a duathlon, race officials said.
Car Slams Into Apartment Building In Round LakeTwo people were injured in the crash.
CBS 2 Weather Watch: 10 P.M. 8-24-19CBS 2 meteorologist Robb Ellis has the forecast.
Flower Shop Owner Wounded In Washington Heights ShootingPolice have not yet found the gunman in the shooting incident at 93rd and Halsted streets.
SWAT Team Arrests Man On Roof In River NorthThe man was throwing things from the roof of the Chinese Consulate buidling on Erie Street when police got to him.
Colts' Andrew Luck's Retirement Announcement Hangs Over Bears VictoryBears Defensive Coordinator Chuck Pagano made his return to Indianapolis Saturday, while every starter on the Bears’ defense and offense sat the game out.
White Sox Win Streak Over After Shutout By Texas RangersThe Texas Rangers beat the Chicago White Sox on Saturday night.
Nats Beat, And Extend Wild-Card Lead Spot Over, CubsTrea Turner reached base four times and scored twice, Yan Gomes and Howie Kendrick each drove in two runs and the surging Washington Nationals beat the Chicago Cubs on Saturday.
Chicago Baby Show Kicks Off This Weekend At Navy PierThe Chicago Baby Show kicks off Friday and Saturday and runs through Sunday at Navy Pier.
Get To Know The Freshest New Businesses To Open In ChicagoFrom a Mediterranean restaurant to a taco spot, read on to see the newest spots to open near you.
Here's What To Do In Chicago This WeekFrom a girls night out event to an open house, there's plenty to enjoy in Chicago this week.