Shots Fired At Delivery Driver's Car Near Irving ParkShots were fired at a man's car while he was on his way to deliver food just after midnight.
As School Districts Draft Plans For Classes In Fall, Many Surveying Parents On Preference Between In-Person And Online InstructionSome parents are being told full-time, in-person classes won't happen, and they told CBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas that will be a challenge.
In Age Of COVID-19, Attorney Gets Creative And Holds Deposition In His BackyardLegal proceedings usually mean people in a stuffy room with blazers and suit jackets. But thanks to COVID-19, one lawyer is rethinking that.
Chicago Weather: Warmup In EffectA warmup is in effect.
Chicago Weather: Building HeatHigh pressure keeps conditions dry and quiet Monday evening and tonight as winds relax.
Large Groups Of Mostly Teens Are Getting Out Of Hand Downtown, Neighbors SayIt’s getting out of hand – that’s what people who live downtown say about crowds gathering on weekends.
Police Departments Cut Ties With Jake The Striper After Discovery Of Racist, Homophobic PostsA man known as Jake the Striper has done decal work for hundreds of thousands of police cars. But now, several of his longtime clients are calling it quits after racist, homophobic, and anti-Semitic posts came to light.
Unemployed Workers Complain They've Been Waiting For Days For Callbacks From IDES Phone SystemMany jobless Illinois workers have taken advantage of the state’s new feature in which they can skip countless calling and long hold times and let someone from the state’s Department of Employment Security call them back. The problem is, some wait times have turned into days.
Wheeling Police Officer Honored For Rescuing Boy During Mobile Home FirePolice in Wheeling credited an officer Monday with rescuing an 11-year-old boy from a fire last week.
MISSING: Angel Hunter, 12, Last Seen In Prairie Shores AreaPolice on Monday evening were searching for a 12-year-old girl from the Prairie Shores area who has not been seen since the 4th of July.
Cameras To Record Expressway Traffic Are Still Not In Use, Shooting Victim's Sister Wants To Know What HappenedCBS 2’s Chris Tye on Monday looked into whether critical clues could have been lost in expressway shootings, because cameras, promised months ago, are still not in place.
Sold Out: Remdesivir Used To Treat COVID-19 Not Widely Available"There are hospitals including large healthcare systems in Florida Texas and Arizona that have been reported to be out of the medication."
Gary Schools Giving Option Of Classroom Learning Or E-Learning For New School YearParents everywhere have been waiting to find out whether their kids will be returning to class in a few weeks. On Monday, parents in Gary got the answer.
Ald. Carrie Austin (34th) Announces She Has COVID-19Austin missed City Council meetings in May and June, and was absent last week for a meeting of the Committee on Contracting Oversight and Equity, which she chairs.
Joliet Slammers To Play Ball With (Some) Fans In The StandsThey won't be playing in masks, but they are required at all other times. Dugout seating is distanced by blue tape exes and players are asked to stay away from bars, restaurants and even their families.