Chicago Weather: Full Sun WednesdayWith the front through, and dry air in place, conditions will be quiet for a while.
Ronald McDonald House Near Lurie Children's Hospital Was Among Looters' TargetsThe Ronald McDonald House in Streeterville was among the establishments targeted during looting in Chicago early Monday morning.
After Monday Morning Looting, Minority Business Owner Fears She Won't Be Able To ReopenWe spoke with minority business owner on the Magnificent Mile who said she had plenty of video evidence. But she now worries that her business won't survive long enough to see the looters punished.
Surveying Storm Damage: Trees Crash Down, Brick Garage Blown Away In Schorsch VillageThe storm on Monday afternoon brought a tornado to Rogers Park, but the damage was widespread throughout the city and beyond – with trees down, homes and cars hit, and even a brick garage blown away.
Family Wants Answers After Man Dies Following Contact With Live Wire In South SuburbsFrancisco Rice was simply walking down the street, and now he is dead after crossing paths with a downed power line in the southern suburbs.
Police Find Guns, Burglary Tools After Pulling Over Box Truck In River NorthPolice said they found guns and burglary tools after pulling over a box truck for an improper lane change in River North Monday night.
A Total Of 5 Tornadoes Hit Chicago Area During Monday Storm, National Weather Service ConfirmsThe tornado that hit Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood during the derecho on Monday afternoon turns out to have been one of seven in northern Illinois and five in the greater Chicago area.
Police Set Up Looting Task Force, Ask Public For Information In Wake Of Monday Morning UnrestPolice on Tuesday announced they have established a looting task force to gather information in the wake of widespread looting downtown, on the Magnificent Mile, and elsewhere in the early morning hours Monday.
Many Will County Communities Remain Without Power A Day After StormsHundreds of thousands of ComEd customers remained without power earlier Tuesday, a day after a storm brought hurricane-force winds and even a tornado touchdown to the city.
In Wake Of Monday Morning Looting, Central Business District Access Will Be Restricted Beginning At 9 p.m. TuesdayChicago Police citywide teams will be used to supplement staffing for police districts – including the downtown area.
Rogers Park Residents Come Together After Tornado; 'People Just Want To Help'"When we saw the destruction from the storm, we said this is our opportunity to make a difference. We had people come from the South Side, West side, all over just to help."
Pritzker Thanks Illinois General Assembly Committee For Upholding Rule On Mask EnforcementIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Tuesday thanked the Illinois General Assembly’s Joint Committee on Administrative Rules for upholding his order allowing local authorities to fine establishments that fail to enforce the rules on wearing masks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Realtors Say Many Are Looking For More Space At Home, Considering Suburban Areas Amid PandemicA recent nationwide study shows a quarter of realtors have clients who have shifted their preferred location due to COVID-19 – seeking to trade the train station for a parking space and the close commute for a home office.
Looters Ransack Streeterville Florist Shop That Opened Just A Few Months AgoAt a florist in Streeterville, looters did not steal flowers. They just destroyed the place.
Mother Of Man Shot By Police In Englewood Before Downtown Unrest Says He Had No Gun, Was Trying To Run AwayThe unrest that ravaged downtown Chicago in the early morning hours Monday started after a police-involved shooting the day before in Englewood. CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini went inside the home where the shooting victim ran after he was hit by police gunfire.