Strike By 700 Workers At 11 Infinity Healthcare Nursing Homes Enters Second WeekCaregivers on strike against a Chicago area nursing home company got some reinforcements on Monday, as representatives of doctors’ and nurses’ groups joined Infinity Healthcare Management nursing home workers on the picket line.
Hit-And-Run Crash Injures ISP Trooper On Kennedy ExpresswayAn Illinois State Police trooper was injured in a hit-and-run crash on the Kennedy Expressway Sunday night.
Chicago Weather: Lakeshore Flood Advisory In Effect, Lake-Effect Snow In IndianaLake effect snow and high waves on Lake Michigan are the cause for advisories Monday morning.
LOCATED: Sylvester Dockens, 83, Reported Missing In Melrose ParkSylvester Dockens, an elderly man reported missing from Melrose Park, has been found.
At Least 42 Shot, 11 Killed In Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend ViolenceAt least 42 people were shot this Thanksgiving holiday weekend between Wednesday night and Monday morning; 11 of them were killed.
18-Year-Old Woman In Critical Condition After Shooting In EnglewoodAn 18-year-old woman is in critical condition after a shooting in the Englewood neighborhood.
16-Year-Old Fatally Shot In South Loop Parking GarageA 16-year-old boy is dead after a shooting in a South Loop parking garage early Monday morning.
Family Joins 86-Year-Old Matriarch In Creating Sally's Nuts, And The Business Is Going SwimminglyCBS 2’s Lauren Victory on Monday took us to the north suburbs, where three generations are openly admitting that they’re “nuts.”
Chicago Weather: Lake-Effect Snow For Indiana, Big Waves Monday Into Early TuesdayWe are in alert mode as strong winds whip up big waves Monday into early Tuesday causing some lakeshore flooding.
6-Year-Old Dylan Schroeder Gets His Surprise Parade Of Trucks As He Finishes Cancer TreatmentA little fighter from Arlington Heights was in for a massive surprise on Sunday.
Highland Park Retailers Join Forces To Compete Against Online Giants During COVID-19 PandemicThe COVID-19 pandemic has been a difficult time for mom and pop shops, which have been hit hard by the pandemic and faced stiff competition from large online sites. However, some suburban stores have found a creative way to compete just in time for the holidays.
Victor Iturralde, Principal Of Gage Park's Solorio Academy High School, Honored For Contributions To CommunityA principal got a socially-distanced surprise from a group of student athletes in Pilsen Sunday for his contribution to the community.
COVID-19 In Chicago: Minority Groups Want To Ensure Equal Access To Coronavirus VaccineAs we get closer to the distribution of a coronavirus vaccine, minority communities across Chicago want to make sure they get equal access – since they have among the hardest hit by the pandemic.
Search On For Vandals Who Sprayed Graffiti On Dining Tents On Randolph Street Restaurant RowPolice late Sunday were trying to find out who vandalized outdoor tents along Randolph Street’s Restaurant Row in the West Loop.
Thanksgiving Airline Travel Down 50 Percent, Which Could Spell Trouble For AirlinesAAA projects the largest dip in overall holiday travel since the 2008 recession.