Despite Full Reopening Coming Up, COVID-19 Surcharges Not Going Anywhere At Many Chicago BusinessesBecause the coronavirus numbers are looking so good, Chicago returns to a "full normal" this Friday. But we've learned that the COVID-19 surcharges we have been paying lately may be here to stay.
Barry Lee Whelpley, 76, Charged In 1972 Murder Of 15-Year-Old Julie Ann Hanson In NapervilleAn elderly man from Minnesota has been arrested and charged with the murder of a 15-year-old girl nearly 50 years ago in Naperville.
James Hill's Conviction Was Tossed In 1980 Off-Duty Hammond Officer's Murder And In An Earlier Rape Case, But He Doesn't Feel Lucky At AllWhen James Hill was tried for the murder of an off-duty Hammond, Indiana police officer, investigators withheld crucial evidence from public view and from his defense team. As a result, the charges stuck and a conviction held – until now.
Prices Are Way Up On Almost Everything, And Experts Say It Won't Be Slowing Down Anytime SoonExperts say companies are struggling to keep up with demand, and production costs are skyrocketing. And now, we're paying for it.
A Glimmer Of Normalcy In Chicago As Customers Return To Small Businesses And Massive Venues AlikeThis first weekend of May was a first crack at normalcy for many businesses welcoming back customers – from small businesses to massive operators such as Navy Pier and Arlington Park racetrack.
Jushawn Brown, Who Was With Toddler Who Was Shot On Lake Shore Drive, Faces Weapons Charge; Person Who Fired Shots Still At LargePolice are still searching for the person who shot the little boy in the head.
Police Return To Scene Of Toddler's Shooting On Lake Shore DriveTraffic on Lake Shore Drive was disrupted again on Thursday, this time as police returned to the scene where a toddler was critically injured in a road rage shooting this week.
21-Month-Old Boy Remains In Critical Condition, But Has Not Worsened, After Shooting On Lake Shore DriveA toddler is fighting for his life after being shot in a road rage incident on Lake Shore Drive downtown.
Toddler In 'Grave' Condition After Being Shot In Face On Lake Shore Drive DowntownA toddler was left in "grave" condition after he was shot on Lake Shore Drive downtown in the midday hours Tuesday, in what police called a road rage incident.
Antonio Butler, 18, Is Accused Of Going On Crime Spree That Included Stealing Judge's Car, Bragging About RobberiesPolice and Cook County prosecutors say Antonio Butler is an 18-year-old carjacker who recently went on a crime spree.
Cubs Home Opener Comes With Tight Restrictions At Wrigley Field; City Appears To Have Passed TestBaseball was back at Wrigley Field Thursday as the Cubs took on the Pittsburgh Pirates on a chilly Opening Day 2021 – though with reduced crowds. It was the first mega-event Chicago has seen since the pandemic began.
Man Found Dead In Streeterville High-Rise Unit Where Explosives Were Found Was 'Off-The-Charts Gifted;' Many Questions RemainQuestions persisted Thursday about what happened in the hours and days prior to the discovery of a body and explosives in a Streeterville high-rise the night before.
Andy Schcolnik, Part Owner Of Park Manor Building Where Mass Shooting Happened, Has Been In Trouble Over His Properties BeforeWe've reported on the building where a mass shooting happened this weekend and the tenants that held the keys. On Monday, CBS 2’s Chris Tye had a more thorough look at the man who is part owner of that address - and another troubled address.
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.