Masks Are Crucial In Fight Against COVID-19, But Police Say They May Also Be Enabling CarjackersMasks are essential for mitigating the spread of COVID-19, but they may also be emboldening multiple carjacking crews in Chicago.
Victims Of Evolving Unemployment Scam Say State Of Illinois Is Promising To Help, But Also Demanding RepaymentFor months as the COVID-19 pandemic has raged on, CBS 2 has been Working for Chicago with reporting that uncovers failures in the Illinois unemployment system.
Illinois Sees New Spike In Unemployment Fraud Cases, With Benefit To Scammers Unclear As Victims Are Receiving Debit CardsScammers can get your Social Security number and use it to unlock your unemployment benefits – even if you’re still gainfully employed.
Surging Chicago COVID Numbers Have Doctors Concerned About Available ICU Beds, Staff Shortages"If we are inundated with COVID, what are we going to do with all the other ailments that we see?"
Votes Still Being Counted In The 2020 Presidential ElectionVotes are still being counted in several states including Pennsylvania. The electoral college count stands at 253 for Biden to Trump's 213. The magic number: 270.
Biden's Southwest Path To The White House, All Eyes On Arizona And Nevada Vote CountJoe Biden took Michigan and Wisconsin, directly connected to his pathway moving forward.
How Kenosha Has Become A Critical Place On The Presidential Campaign RoadmapPresident Donald Trump was headed back to Kenosha, Wisconsin Monday night, the night before Election Day.
Officer Who Fired Shots That Killed Man And Injured Woman In Waukegan Identified As Dante Salinas; He Has Been In Trouble BeforeCBS 2 has learned the police officer who opened fire on a young couple in Waukegan last week has been in trouble before.
Man Shot Dead, Woman Shot And Wounded By Waukegan Officers After Police Say They Reversed Car In Officers' DirectionOfficers in Waukegan shot and killed a man and shot and wounded a woman late Tuesday night, after police say their car began reversing in the officers’ direction.
Two Milwaukee Women Suspected Of Drugging, Stealing $85,000 From Chicago MenSince the beginning of the year, the two were drawing in victims to a scheme prosecutors said landed them more than $85,000 in other people's money. The most recent case on Saturday night.
Southwest To Fly Out Of O'Hare Starting in 2021"Consumers are the winners, because anytime Southwest comes into a market, airfares drop."
Why Didn't DCFS Reveal The Timeline Leading To Overdose Death Of A 6 Year Old?In December 2015, credible evidence of abuse or neglect was found.
Illinois Gets 'B' Grade As States Get Rated On Mail-In Ballot ProcessesThe political machine in this country is calling into question the machines and methods of voting by mail. But independent experts who've looked under the hood of it all say it's safe.
Facebook Sued By Kenosha Protesters For 'Enabling, Empowering Of Militias'"Facebook's inaction led to the death of two protesters, in addition to the harm suffered by plaintiffs."
North Suburban Parents Upset About New COVID-19 Travel RestrictionsThe district said you can travel to a high risk spot and come home and learn remotely right away, but you need to stay remote through the trimester.