News

13-Year-Old Johnny Martin, Battling Cancer, Gets A Visit From 'Star Wars' Characters And A Special Announcement From Brad Edwards, Dave SaviniJedi aren’t just in a galaxy far, far away. Some are right here, like 13-year-old Johnny Martin.
Chicago Weekend Violence: At Least 6 Killed, 18 Wounded So Far In Weekend ShootingsThe victims include a 3-year-old girl who was shot in the wrist Saturday afternoon on the South Side.
Meijer, HBK Engineering Among Companies Hiring For Positions In Chicago AreaCBS is Working For Chicago by providing you with the resources you need to look for and land a job during the pandemic. 
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Mural Goes Up On Michigan AvenueA mural painted in honor of Ruth Bader Ginsburg is now up on Michigan Avenue.
Northwest Suburbs See First Snow Of The SeasonThe first snow of the season is falling in the northwest suburbs.
String Of Home Burglaries In West Rogers Park Prompts Police AlertPolice are warning residents after a string of home burglaries in West Rogers Park. 
'Incredible Timing': On Tour Brewing In West Town Got A Food License Just As City Brings Back COVID-19 Restrictions On BarsThroughout the pandemic, bars without food have faced tougher restrictions on indoor service than restaurants. So, ahead of the Chicago winter, On Tour applied for a retail food license last month, even though they don't have a kitchen.
New Wave Of COVID-19 In Illinois Has Doctors On Notice, But They Emphasize How Much More Is Known About VirusThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said over the past week, Illinois has the second highest COVID-19 case count in the U.S.
Chicago Weather: Light Rain, Snow Falling Monday MorningDrivers need to be aware of slick roads and low visibility Monday morning as snow returns to the forecast. 

Politics

Chicago Latinx Leaders Make Appeal To LGBTQ+, Immigrant Communities In Push To Get Out VoteLatinx leaders in Chicago made a final push Sunday to get out the vote with a special appeal to members of the LGBTQ+ and immigrant communities.
'Fight The Fatigue' Illinois' Health Director Pleads For People To Take COVID-19 Seriously, Adhere To Pandemic Restrictions"Some of those locations, when they remain open, when they don't follow the rules, they are, in fact, helping to communicate this virus to many other people."
CTU Accuses CPS Of Refusing To Negotiate Over Reopening; Files Complaint Over Condition Of School Ventilation SystemsThe Chicago Teaches Union is accusing Chicago Public Schools officials of illegally refusing to bargain over plans for how and when to safely reopen schools, and the union is seeking an injunction to block CPS from moving forward with any reopening efforts.
President Trump And Former Vice President Biden, And Local Panelists, Spar Over Who And What Is Responsible For Pandemic CrisisIn their final debate on Thursday night, President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger former Vice President Joe Biden differed sharply on who and what is to blame for the state of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S.
President Trump And Former Vice President Biden Make Final Pitch To Voters At Last Presidential DebatePresident Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are meeting Thursday night in Nashville for their second and final debate.
President Trump Grants Clemency To Charles Duke Tanner, Gary Professional Boxer Who Initially Got Life In Prison For Drug ConspiracyPresident Donald Trump this week granted clemency to Charles Duke Tanner, a former professional boxer from Gary, Indiana who was initially sentenced to life in prison for drug conspiracy.