- New Sketch Of Delphi Double Murder SuspectPolice also release new audio and video of killer in deaths of Libby German and Abby Williams.
- A.J. Freund Still Missing; Mom Not CooperatingCrystal Lake Police say missing boy's mother "continues to be uncooperative"
- Zion Man Charged With DUI In Fatal Edens CrashMarco Vital Tapia, 41, allegedly struck the passenger of a semi-truck that had pulled over.
- 5 Critically Injured In Northbrook CrashPolice say a semi failed to stop, striking four passenger vehicles stopped in traffic.
- Police Help Deliver Easter Baby In CarChicago police officers helped a woman deliver her baby in a car in Woodlawn Sunday.
Chicago Weather: Warm Temperatures, Scattered Showers Possible Monday EveningAs Chicagoans enjoy temperatures in the 70s, there is a chance of scattered rain showers Monday evening.
3 Men Wounded In South Chicago Drive-By ShootingThree adult males sustained gunshot wounds after a drive-by shooting in South Chicago.
Still No Sign Of A.J. Freund, Four Days After He Was Reported Missing; Police Say Mom Not CooperatingIt’s been nearly five days since 5-year-old Andrew “A.J.” Freund disappeared from his home in Crystal Lake, and it’s still a mystery what happened to him.
Supreme Court To Take Up LGBT Job Discrimination CasesThe Obama administration had supported treating LGBT discrimination claims as sex discrimination, but the Trump administration has changed course.
Chicago Touts Eco-Friendly Airport Control Tower At O'HareAn air traffic control tower at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport has been awarded gold status by a group that monitors standards for eco-friendly buildings.
Sears Oakbrook Store To Close On April 28; Liquidation Sale UnderwayMore than six months after it reopened, following an extensive remodeling, the Sears store at Oakbrook Center shopping mall is set to close this weekend.
Convicted Felon Appointed To School Board In Suburban BellwoodConvicted felons are not allowed to hold municipal office in the state of Illinois, but in suburban Bellwood, the election of a one-time burglar will be verified tomorrow.
‘Easier Than Robbing A Bank:’ City of Chicago Almost Lost More Than $1 Million In Phishing ScamThe City of Chicago’s Department of Aviation thought it was paying an approved vendor more than $1 million for services earlier this year. But your tax dollars didn’t reach them.
After Son's Suicide Attempt, Mom Sues CPS For Ignoring Chronic Bullying At Woodson Elementary; ‘I Asked For Help, And I Didn’t Get It, And I’m So Mad’Teirra Black says her son, Jamari, was constantly bullied at school. Others vouched for that. Now it's one claim of dozens in a federal lawsuit versus the Chicago Public Schools.
IDOT Relies On Slow Process, Outdated Software To Resolve Road Damage ClaimsVery few drivers in Illinois get any money back when their cars are damaged on state roads, and one reason might be the state’s claims database seems to be stuck in the 1990s.
Bolingbrook Squatter Refuses To Leave Home; Lists Appliances Online For CashA woman claims to be a fraud victim after being forced out of a Bolingbrook home she rented, but records obtained by CBS 2 reveal she has a checkered past and owes landlords thousands of dollars.
24 Charged In Medical Supply Phone Scam Costing Medicare $1.2 BillionThe U.S. Department of Justice announced action Tuesday against 24 people involved with five telemedicine companies and 130 medical equipment companies for billing Medicare for the more than $1.2 billion in unnecessary medical equipment.
State Schools To Receive 5,000 Tree SeedlingsSchools statewide are receiving 5,000 tree seedlings from the Illinois Department of Transportation. Ken Molestina reports.
Stanley's Produce Closes In Goose IslandStanley’s Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, a popular produce shop in the Goose Island neighborhood, shut its doors on Monday, to the surprise of loyal customers and employees alike.
Rescue Brings In 3 Dozen Rabbits Apparently Dumped In WoodsTwo young people are being credited with helping rescue more than three dozen rabbits that were apparently dumped in the woods in northwestern Indiana. Ken Molestina reports.
CBS 2 Weather Watch (11AM, April 22, 2019)CBS 2 Meteorologist Megan Glaros has the latest 7-day forecast.
5-Year-Old A.J. Freund Still Missing; Police Say Mom Not CooperatingIt’s been nearly five days since 5-year-old Andrew “A.J.” Freund disappeared from his home in Crystal Lake, and it’s still a mystery what happened to him. CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.
Indiana State Police Address Suspect In 2017 Delphi Murders Of Teen Girls Libby German And Abby WilliamsThe Indiana State Police announced a "new direct" in the investigation of the 2017 murder. The police cheif addressed the suspect directly at the media conference.
Cop Pulls Teen Over, Gives Him A Ride To Job InterviewA Cahokia police officer put compassion and community policing on full display while on duty last week, when he offered a teen a ride to his job interview, rather than giving him a ticket for driving a car with expired plates and a damaged window.
New Indiana Bill Would Allow Sports Gambling On Mobile DevicesOpponents of mobile device wagering say it would easily allow illegal gambling by minors.
CBS Sports, WNBA Announce Multi-Year Television PartnershipThe WNBA regular season begins May 24th, with CBS Sports Network to air its first game between the Minnesota Lynx and Chicago Sky May 25th.
Bote Lifts Cubs Past Diamondbacks 2-1David Bote hit a game-ending RBI single in the ninth inning, and the Chicago Cubs used a terrific performance by Tyler Chatwood to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 2-1 on Sunday.
Get To Know The 5 Newest Businesses To Debut In ChicagoFrom a Mexican spot to a Peruvian restaurant, read on for a rundown of the newest businesses to debut recently.
Comedy Events In Chicago This WeekWhen it comes to comedy, there's plenty to keep you busy this week, from puppet comedy to Second City's Greatest Hits.
Food And Drink Events Worth Seeking Out In Chicago This WeekIf you love to eat and drink, this week offers a great chance to explore the world of Chicago food and beverage.