Chicago Weather: Coldest Morning Of The Season; Light Snow In AfternoonSaturday morning is the coldest of the season so far for the Chicago area.
CTA Blue Line Train Derails At Montrose; 4 Suffer Minor InjuriesA CTA Blue Line train derailed on the Northwest Side early Saturday morning after what officials call a switching error.
Signs Of Normalcy In Chicago Area As COVID-19 Restrictions LoosenThere were signs of normalcy in Chicago Friday night during the COVID-19 pandemic. After months of waiting, some people waisted no time enjoying dinner and a movie. 
LaVine Continues Strong Play, Leads Bulls Past HornetsZach LaVine is proving he can be an elite scorer in the NBA.
Chicago Weather: Two Snow Chances Over The Next Few DaysAfter a major drop in temperatures over the past day, the first of two snow chances arrives in the Chicago area on Sunday, with another lining up for Monday.
Chicago Public Schools Plan To Return To In-Person Learning Monday, But Teachers Refuse To Come BackThe district is ready, but the next round of teachers is refusing to come back on Monday.
Rideshare Drivers Feel Like 'Sitting Ducks' As Chicago Carjacking Crisis ContinuesAs Chicago's carjacking crisis continues, rideshare drivers say they feel like sitting ducks, just waiting to become the next victims. 
After Losing $50,000, Social Equity Applicants Waiting For Marijuana License Say State Has Failed Them It has been more than a year since Illinois legalized and not one new operator has been given the green light to open up shop. 
'Operation Safe Pump' Patrolling Chicago Gas Stations To Thwart CarjackingsOperation Safe Pump eventually plans to use social media to post times and locations where they'll be stationed.
Illinois To Enter Phase 1B Of COVID-19 Vaccinations, But Some Sign Ups Need AdjustingAlmost 2 million people in the state 65 and older or essential workers will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine Monday.
Chicago Inspector General Recommending 'Urgent' Changes To CPD Search Warrant Policy To Address Wrong RaidsThe “urgent recommendations” from the city’s Office of Inspector General come as part of its review of CPD search warrant policies, launched as result of CBS 2’s years-long investigation into wrong raids.
'People Are Terrified;' Chicago Carjacking Crisis Prompts City Hall To Hold Virtual Meetings To Find Solutions"I didn't live in a very violent district. These carjackings have made it a very terrible place to live."
Chicago Area 'On Track' To Loosen COVID Restrictions For Everything From Restaurants To Recreational ActivitiesExpect the Tier 1 designation news to come around noon Saturday.
City Seeks To Settle Lawsuit Filed By Antown Golatte, Wounded In 2015 Police Shooting Ruled UnjustifiedMore than three years after the city’s police oversight agency ruled officers were not justified when they shot Antwon Golatte during a traffic stop in 2015, the city is on the verge of settling his excessive force lawsuit.
National Guard Allowed Back Into Capitol After Sen. Tammy Duckworth, Other Lawmakers Erupt At Banishment To Parking GarageThe Guard will now be allowed to rest in the US Capitol Visitor Center.