Voters Concerned Mail-In Ballots Won't Be Processed: 'What's Going On?'The online tracking will show them still there until election judges triple check signatures to verify the ballots.
CVS Hiring 250 Employees In Chicago Area In Preparation Of Flu Season, Second Wave Of COVID-19CVS Health is hiring 15,000 new workers nationwide, including 250 employees to the Chicagoland area.
Chicago Weather: Afternoon Showers AheadRain is on the way.
Baby Dies After Fatal Shooting Of Pregnant Woman In Jeffery ManorThe baby who survived after its mother was shot and killed Tuesday in Chicago's Jeffery manor neighborhood has died, the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office confirms.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Takes Advantage Of Early VotingChicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot took advantage of early voting, casting her ballot Saturday afternoon.
Chicago Weather: Cold With Scattered RainExpect scattered rain in the morning that will wrap up by early afternoon.
Chicago Weather: Chill On Sunday, Maybe Even Snow, After Strong Winds On SaturdayA chill is coming on Sunday after strong winds blasted through the area on Saturday.
'Room 237: The Shining' Pop-Up Opens In ChicagoNow you can relive the 1980s horror flick "The Shining" at a new experience at Morgan Manufacturing in the West Loop in Chicago.
Argument Leads To Car Chase, Crash In West TownFour people were hurt in a crash in Chicago's West Town neighborhood after an argument turned into a hit-and-run Friday night.
'The Batman' Movie Films Overnight In Chicago's LoopChicago is Gotham City this weekend. At least parts of downtown sure look like it.
Customs Seizes Shipment Of Syringes From Chicago International Mail FacilityFederal agents seized a strange shipment of already filled syringes at a Chicago international mail facility.
Early Voting Begins For Detainees In Cook County JailEarly voting for the general election began Saturday for hundreds of inmates at the Cook County Jail. It is the first time inmates in the jail will get a chance to vote early in a general election.
Chicago Weather: Windy Weekend AheadLate Saturday temperatures will start another dramatic tumble. From the 60s Saturday afternoon to the 30s by Sunday evening.
Streeterville Residents Fighting To Save Park SpaceA group in Streeterville is up in arms over a city roads project they say will cut into Seneca Park. They reached out to CBS 2 with concerns about the loss of already limited park space.
Outdoor Dining Dilemma: Restaurants Search For Ways To Keep Diners Coming As Cold Sets InThe first truly cold weekend of the season brings the first true test for Chicago restaurants struggling to keep outdoor dining alive amid the city's COVID restrictions, and restaurants in Fulton Market have found a unique way to keep diners around this fall and winter.