City Council Members Set To Introduce ‘Anjanette Young Ordinance’ For Police Search Warrant Reforms, But Mayor Lightfoot Says She Will Be Issuing New Order TooAt the beginning of the day Wednesday, we planned to lead our “Hour 18” newscast with more on a proposal by several members of the City Council tackling bad police raids. But then, Mayor Lori Lightfoot threw a curveball with a new plan on her part.
How Long Could COVID-19 Vaccine Delays Last In Chicago In Wake Of Snowstorm?The snowstorm has had a trickle-down effect in delaying scheduled COVID-19 vaccinations on Tuesday in Chicago, and it may last a while longer.
New Postal Scam Targets Businesses: Checks Acquire Bogus Signatures And Disappear On Southwest SideChecks – six figures’ worth – are disappearing in one ZIP code, and the Post Office has a warning.
CPS Students To Remain Remote Tuesday, Wednesday Amid Call For '48-Hour Cooling-Off Period;' Teachers' Union Says Bargaining Will Resume TuesdayChicago Public Schools students will remain in remote learning Tuesday and Wednesday.
GameStop Stock Skyrockets After Reddit-Led Rally; Naperville Man Sues Trading Platform Robinhood For 'Market Manipulation'A Naperville man who claims stock trading platform RobinHood is manipulating the market is now suing.
Teachers In Wealthier School Districts Have Big Leg Up In COVID-19 Vaccine AccessThe vast majority of educators in Illinois can’t get their hands on COVID-19 vaccine – but some can.
Illinois, Cook County Launch Websites To Sign Up For COVID-19 Vaccination AppointmentsWith a shortage of vaccine as Illinois begins the next phase of inoculations, two new websites are going online to try to make signing up for an appointment simpler.
CPS Moves Return Date For Teachers To Wednesday After Chicago Teachers Union Votes Against Return To In-Person LearningChicago Teachers Union members voted Sunday to defy an order from Chicago Public Schools to return to in-person instruction.
Chicago Might Be Able To Make COVID Vaccine Available To All By May; Officials Hope To Reopen Indoor Dining SoonChicago Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady said any schedule for the vaccine rollout beyond Phase 1B is "purely speculative" based on how much vaccine the city is getting from the federal government.
No Officers To Be Charged In Shooting Of Jacob Blake In KenoshaNo police officers will be charged by the Kenosha County District Attorney’s office in the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin this summer.
City Releases More Than 150 Pages Of Documents About Anjanette Young Raid; Emails Show Mayor Lightfoot Knew About Raid In 2019Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s office on Wednesday released several staff emails and other documents related to the city’s response to the botched police raid in which Anjanette Young was handcuffed naked in her home.
CBS 2 Exclusive: State Has Changed Policy To Try To Prevent Random Social Security Numbers Being Mailed To Strangers, But The List Of Victims Has Grown LongerThe list of victims is getting longer – the unlucky residents whose names and Social Security numbers were shared with strangers by the State of Illinois.
State Blames Fraudsters, Takes Action After At Least 16 People Are Affected By IDES Social Security Breach"To send multiple letters to the same address, an unverified address is just irresponsible."
Medical Experts Say COVID-19 Vaccine Arrival Is Historic And MomentousIt was a powerful and memorable day Monday for the medical community as the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Illinois – with several saying “once in a lifetime” doesn’t quite capture it.
COVID Vaccine To Be Administered In Chicago Within Weeks, Most Of United States Still Under City's Travel Order"I think it is likely that we will be vaccinating here in Chicago, probably the third week of December, possibly the fourth week of December again depending how the federal timeline plays out."