- GoFundMe Raises Thousands For Empanada VendorThe Gage Park man has been robbed twice in two weeks.
- U.S. EPA Tests Soil In Mount Greenwood"These citizens have been fighting for answers for 15 to 20 years."
- Ald. Cochran Pleads Guilty In Corruption CaseThe 20th Ward alderman had backed out of a previous plea deal.
- Subpoenas Issued In Criminal Probe Of BoeingFBI assisting in investigation into how Boeing’s 737 Max was certified to fly.
- Mom, Babysitter Charged In Toddler's DeathDejon Waters charged with murder; Brittany Hyc charged with child endangerment.
Two Charged In Connection With Toddler's Murder In Washington ParkTwo people have been charged in connection with the murder of a 2-year-old boy.
GoFundMe Raises Thousands For Gage Park Empanada Vendor Robbed Twice In Two WeeksModesto Fuentes has been selling empanadas around Gage Park for $1, but a GoFundMe for him has already raised thousands of dollars to help the 90-year-old out.
U.S. EPA Tests Soil In Mount Greenwood For Hazardous Chemicals"People who get exposed to it, they can get cancer at high enough levels."
Illinois State Police Trooper, Squad Car Struck; 14th Crash This Year Involving State Police VehicleA disturbing trend on Illinois highways has state police reminding drivers to pay attention, slow down, and give troopers room when they see an emergency vehicle stopped with its flashing lights on, after another state police squad car was struck Wednesday night.
Florida Man Pleads Guilty To Mailing Bombs To Trump FoesSayoc was arrested in late October at a Florida auto parts store. He had been living in a van plastered with Trump stickers and images of Trump opponents with crosshairs over their faces.
MillerCoors Sues Anheuser-Busch Over Super Bowl Corn Syrup Ad CampaignBeer giant MillerCoors is suing rival brewer Anheuser-Busch over what the makers of Miller Lite claim is a "false and misleading advertising campaign" that began during this year's Super Bowl.
Building Code Violations Deteriorate After City Lets Cases Linger For YearsChicago building inspection records show more than 10,000 open cases for minor code violations. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker has been following two specific cases that have lingered for years and have only gotten worse.
Alleged Rockford Cop-Killer Floyd Brown Is Well-Known To Police In IllinoisFloyd E. Brown is a name well-known to central Illinois law enforcement. On Thursday, he added many more pages to his extensive rap sheet.
Adding Ambulances Hasn't Improved Emergency Response Times, Data Shows; 'This Is An Egregious Shell Game'Have ambulance response times improved since the summer?
Alderman, State Senator Demand Answers Following CBS 2 Investigation Into A Possible Serial Killer In ChicagoA Chicago alderman and a state senator are demanding answers about the unsolved cases of 50 women's murders after CBS 2 Investigator Pam Zekman asked last week if there is a serial killer loose in Chicago.
Dad Battles Roselle Park District Over Waiver For Daughter's Inhaler, EpipenYour child might want to go to a park district camp, but what if they have a potentially deadly allergy? Are you forced to lie on a form saying your child knows how to use an inhaler or EpiPen?
High Cost And Low Turnout: The Price Of An ElectionThe total price tag for the Chicago election: 15 million dollars. Given turnout, that's about $31 for each ballot cast.
Two Charged In Connection With Toddler's Murder In Washington ParkPolice said the child was unresponsive and had bruises and sores on his body, and there was evidence of abuse months before the boy was killed.
Neighbor Starts GoFundMe For Empanada VendorModesto Fuentes has been selling empanadas around Gage Park for $1, but a GoFundMe for him has already raised thousands of dollars to help the 90-year-old out.
14th Crash This Year Involving State Police VehicleIllinois State Police said shortly before 11 p.m., a state trooper was helping investigate a crash on Interstate 55 about 10 miles east of St. Louis, with his emergency lights activated, when a passing sem-tractor trailer struck the trooper and his squad car.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (5PM 03-21-19)CBS 2 meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist has a look at the extended forecast.
Cochran Pleads Guilty To Federal Fraud ChargesAccording to the plea agreement, while Cochran personally donated more than $32,000 to the fund, he withdrew approximately $14,285 more than he gave, and converted it for his personal use.
U.S. EPA Testing Soil Samples In Mount GreenwoodCBS 2's Tim McNicholas reports on why the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is getting soil samples from a Chicago neighborhood. Residents there have been asking and waiting for this testing because they fear a nearby dry cleaners may have contaminated the soil.
'Stuffed Love' Comforts Sick BabiesNorthwestern Student hand-stitches heart pillows for infants with heart problems.
Big Defensive Stop Allows Maryland To Escape Belmont, 79-77
Winston, Michigan State Hold Off Bradley 76-65The Spartans iced the game at the line, where they hit their first 20 and finished 25 of 26.
Jarrett Culver: NCAA Tournament Player To WatchTexas Tech's Jarrett Culver, the Big 12 Player of the Year, looks to lead the Red Raiders deep into the NCAA Tournament.
Get Desserts And More At River North's New JoJo’s Milk BarDessert fans, take heed: there's a new spot in town to get your fix.
4 Ways To Celebrate St. Paddy's Day, With Breakfast, Green Beer And MoreIf you love to eat and drink, St. Patrick's Day weekend offers a great chance to explore the world of Chicago food and beverage.
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