Jim Tilmon, Longtime Chicago Meteorologist, Pioneering Pilot, And Aviation Expert, Dies At 86Jim was one of the first Black pilots for American Airlines and a longtime meteorologist in Chicago; a career in news that included a stint here at CBS Chicago.
1 Killed, 5 Wounded In Weekend ShootingsAt least six people have been shot so far this weekend across Chicago, one of them fatally.
Funeral Held For Boone County K-9 Officer Killed In DUI CrashLoki and a Boone County deputy had stopped to help a driver on Interstate 90 near Rockford on Dec. 27, when another driver crashed into their squad car.
Chicago Bakery Turns Ovens Back On After Getting A Surprise Check To Reopen; 'We're Very Grateful'"At this point, I was like well, we have to completely re-start. We had packed up everything. Everyone was gone."
CTA Driver Shot At During Carjacking, CPD InvestigatingCPD said there are no offenders are custody.
Austin Shootings Leave 3 Wounded On 3 Different BlocksPolice said officers responded to multiple ShotSpotter reports of gunfire and calls of people shot around 11:45 a.m. near the intersection of Leamington Avenue and Washington Boulevard.
Jailed After DUI Arrest, Former Ald. Proco 'Joe' Moreno Granted Bail, Required To Undergo Alcohol TreatmentMoreno is also under curfew from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m., and is prohibited from driving unless he gets back his driver's license, which was confiscated by police when he was arrested.
COVID-19 In Illinois: State Surpasses 18,000 Deaths, But Infection Rate At Lowest Point In Nearly 3 MonthsThe Illinois Department of Public Health on Friday reported 6,642 new confirmed and probable coronavirus cases, as well as 123 additional deaths.
PAWS Pet Of The Week: FrancaFranca is a great companion and will make a fantastic addition to a dedicated family who will provide her with lots of love and attention.
Chicago Faith Leaders Show Support For CPS Teachers Hesitant To Return To Class Because Of COVIDThey say the pressure on teachers to return to classrooms is heartbreaking.
Parents, Teachers In Pilsen Slam CPS Return To In-Person Classes; 'This Plan Is Disrespectful And We Cannot Trust It'Parents and teachers in the 25th Ward are calling the CPS reopening plan poorly conceived. One parent said it’s even affecting her son’s remote learning.
Warning Period Begins For City Drivers Going 6-10 MPH Over Speed LimitFriday is the first day of the warning period for drivers in Chicago.
Animal Lovers Hope Archdiocese Halts Killing Of Deer At St. Casimir Cemetery; 'What They Should Be Doing Is Tranquilizing ... And Relocating Them'How's this for an attention-grabbing headline: the Chicago Archdiocese kills deer. While factually true, there's more to this story.
COVID-19 In Illinois: 6,652 New Cases, 88 More Deaths, Positivity Rate Ties Lowest Point Since Late OctoberThe Illinois Department of Public Health is now reporting a total of 1,052,682 coronavirus cases, including 17,928 deaths, since the start of the pandemic.
'I'm Close To Retirement And I'm Scared:' Spike In Unemployment Claims Hitting Specific Sectors Hard"It's taken longer in some ways than people expected, although there's a lot of hope now that we have a vaccine."