Getting Hosed: One Woman Gets Hosed And Bulldozed By The CityCamella Batten is retired, she’s fought cancer, and she’s scared of COVID-19. But her biggest obstacle? The City of Chicago.
Ghislaine Maxwell 'Responsible For Creating The Monster': Attorney Brad Edwards Dishes Details Of New Book, 'Relentless Pursuit: My Fight For The Victims Of Jeffrey Epstein'The attorney discusses his battle with Jeffrey Epstein that lasted over a decade and representing the women that were sexually abused by him.
Three CPD Officers Wounded In Shootout With Carjacking Suspect At Grand Central District Station; Gunman Also Shot, 2 Other Officers Suffer Chest PainsA Chicago police officer has been shot, and is being taken to a hospital Thursday morning.
Viewers Turn Out To Help Theo The Dog Fulfill His Bucket ListYou’ll remember Theo the dog from our news recently.
15 People Wounded In Mass Shooting Outside Funeral In Auburn GreshamAt least 15 people were wounded Tuesday evening in a mass shooting near a funeral home in the Auburn Gresham community.
With Not Long Left To Live, Theo The Dog Has A Bucket List For Experiences To EnjoyWe get a lot of emails - some nice, some not, and some asking for help – and we get back to all of those. But over the weekend, CBS 2’s Brad Edwards got an email he couldn't quite let go of about a dog who's enjoying the time he has left.
CPD Discipline Process Under Microscope As Chicago Cops Face Misconduct ComplaintsThe Chicago Police Department’s discipline process is under the microscope. So is the review process of the Civilian Office of Police Accountability, and so is the police union’s defense of the sometimes defenseless.
CBSN Special Presentation: 'The Murder Of AJ Freund'AJ’s disappearance gripped the nation when he was reported missing by his father on April 18, 2019. The senior Freund led investigators to AJ’s body a week later.
Chicago Public Health Director Dr. Allison Arwady Talks About Rise In Coronavirus Cases, Ways ForwardWith concerns mounting as COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Chicago – particularly among 18- to 29-year-olds, Chicago Department of Public Health Director Dr. Allison Arwady joined CBS 2 Wednesday to about what kind of actions will be coming if problems persist.
Attorney And Professor Craig Futterman Says CPD Is Dragging Feet On Consent Decree, Talks About What Defunding Police Might AccomplishJoining CBS 2’s Jim Williams and Brad Edwards Monday was Craig Futterman, a civil rights attorney and professor of law at the University of Chicago specializing in police accountability.
In Violation Of State Order, Ice Cream Truck Operator Sells Treats While Not Wearing Mask Or Gloves In Hoffman EstatesKeeping kids cooped up is no easy task. Add to that an enticement – one that is not only unsafe, but illegal.
Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi Shares Warning About Fraudulent Antibody Tests, What Is Known So Far About COVID-19 AntibodiesAntibodies mean someone likely had the coronavirus and may have immunity to it. But there are some real concerns about the accuracy of some of the antibody tests.
City Treasurer Melissa Conyears-Ervin Encourages Small Businesses To Apply For City Loans As Deadline ApproachesThe $100 million Chicago Resiliency Fund is meant to throw businesses a lifeline, and the deadline to apply for a grant is coming up on Friday.
East Lakeview Printing Shop Owner Worried About Paying Staff On Shutdown, As Paycheck Protection Program Goes Broke
Illinois Has Spent $168.5 On COVID-19 Fight Since March 24; Comptroller Susana Mendoza Explains How Budgeting WorksA total of $168.5 million in taxpayer money has been spent since March 24 battling the coronavirus pandemic in Illinois alone.