- Police Contradict Witnesses Fatal Police ShootingIllinois State Police say Jemel Roberson's clothes didn't identify him as security guard.
- Susana Mendoza Joins Race For MayorIllinois State Comptroller had just won re-election last week.
- Evanston Police Interrupt Movie With Guns Drawn"I was hoping for some laughs," one shocked theater-goer said
- Only On 2: Brown Line ScareThe doors opened as the train approached Montrose, but there was no floor below
- Fireworks Erupt In Morgan Park High School Hallway10 students were injured in the incident, captured in an Instagram video
Chicago Restaurant Owner Addresses Mental Health Concerns In The Food Service IndustryDisturbing rates of suicide and substance abuse in the restaurant industry have been swept under the rug for years, but now change may be coming from within the industry, and a Pilsen restaurant is leading the way.
Dean Of Students Accused Of Attacking Student With Special NeedsChristopher Thomas, 39, appeared in court Wednesday afternoon.
Man Trying To Save 30 Cats Before Home ForeclosureRomaica Tapoi shared a video on the “Chicago Community Cats” Facebook page asking for help.
It's Now Official: Newly Reelected State Comptroller Mendoza Now Running For Chicago MayorIt's not exactly a surprise since an announcement video leaked out before Mendoza won re-election as state comptroller.
Midlothian Police Chief Calls Shooting A "'Blue On Blue' Friendly Fire Incident"More details are emerging about the Midlothian police officer who killed Jemel Roberson, but the officer's identity is still being withheld.
Roberson's Partner Asks Why He Was Shot And Killed By Police"I want to know why did they do it? Everyone was screaming 'he's a security guard' and they were still shooting at him."
Dean Of Students Accused Of Attacking Student With Special NeedsCBS 2's Jim Williams reports on the dean of student accused of attacking a 9-year-old student.
Questions Surround The Police Shooting Death Of A Robbins Security GuardCBS 2's Megan Hickey reports on what the mother of the children of Jemel Roberson is saying about how and why her partner was killed while he was working as a security guard at a Robbins bar.
Man Trying To Save 30 Cats Before Home ForeclosureMai Martinez reports on a man whose Facebook video feeding cats is gaining attention as he tries to give 30 cats homes.
CTA Switches Seat Design On Blue LineThe CTA is using a new seat configuration on Blue Line trains, which is supposed to make rides more comfortable for passengers, especially compared to the seating arrangement on the Red Line. CBS 2's Erin Kennedy reports.
It's Now Official: Susana Mendoza Is Running For Mayor Of ChicagoAfter winning the Illinois State Controller's race last week, Susana Mendoza says she's running to become Chicago's next mayor. It's hardly a surprise since a video of her making that announcement was leaked days before the election. CBS 2's Derrick Blakley has the story.
Midlothian Police Chief Speaking Out About ShootingCBS 2 News at 5:00 p.m.
Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky Named NFC Offensive Player Of The WeekTrubisky completed 23 of 30 passes, including three touchdowns, for a career-best 355 yards against Detroit. He also ran for a score.
Top Daily Fantasy Players Week 11: O.J. Howard Sneaky Good Option Against GiantsThe Bucs tight end has been a nice fantasy option at the position all season. Against a struggling Giants defense, he could put up nice numbers.
Top Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups For NFL Week 11Every fantasy point matters going into NFL Week 11, so here are your waiver wire adds.
Boomer Esiason: 'Rule Changes A Factor In Rise Of Offenses'Offense is on the rise and while there are many reasons, Esiason thinks the rule changes of the past several years are a big factor.
Strus, Cain Lead DePaul In A 91-63 Romp Over Morgan StateMax Strus and Eli Cain combined to score 46 points and DePaul took control early to cruise to its second straight win to start the season, posting a 91-63 win over Morgan State on Monday night.
Blackhawks Lose To Hurricanes In OT, 3-2The Carolina Hurricanes grew accustomed over the years to seeing Cam Ward in goal and winning games. Both those things happened again Monday night — but this one was different.
Dance, Laugh and Learn: Four Ways To Make The Most Of Your Week In ChicagoFrom a chat about chimpanzees' connection to humans to a silent disco ahead of the Bears' showdown with the Lions, there's plenty to enjoy in Chicago this week.
Here Is What's Trending On Chicago's Food SceneUsing data from Yelp , here are eateries have been most discussed this month.
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Celebrate Halloween This Weekend With Four Can't Miss Bar Crawls In ChicagoThere's plenty to do when it comes to upcoming seasonal and holiday activities in Chicago. Read on for a rundown of what to do this weekend for Halloween.
Best Halloween Events in Chicago 2018Nobody celebrates Halloween like Chicagoans! Here are our top picks for things to do in the Chicago area October 26 to 28.
Best Things To Do In The Chicago Area, October 19 -21With Halloween just around the corner, there are a scary amount of fun activities happening in the Chicago area. Here are our top picks.