Evanston Issues Proof Of Vaccination Mandate For Restaurants, Bars, Gyms, And Entertainment Venues Effective Jan. 10North suburban Evanston will require customers age 5 and up to show proof of vaccination to visit restaurants, bars, gyms, and other indoor businesses that serve food or drinks starting Jan. 10.
6 People Hospitalized After Carbon Monoxide Leak At Evanston ChurchSix people were taken to area hospitals Sunday after a carbon monoxide leak at a church in Evanston.
Leonard Galvez, 19, Charged In Shooting That Killed 17-Year-Old Boy And Wounded 4 Others In EvanstonA young man from Rogers Park was charged Friday in a shooting in Evanston that left a 17-year-old boy dead and four others wounded.
CTA Is Working On Rebuilding 9.5 Miles Of Red, Purple Lines; Some In Evanston Say Project Should Hurry UpCBS 2 got a behind-the-scenes look at a multibillion-dollar project underway to rebuild much of the CTA Red and Purple lines.
17-Year-Old Boy Killed, 4 Injured In Evanston Shooting; Police Believe Shooting Was TargetedOne person is dead and four others are injured following a shooting in Evanston Sunday evening. 
29-Year-Old Man Shot In Evanston
Evanston/Skokie School District 65 Cancels Classes For Rest Of Week Due To Staff ShortagesIn a letter to parents, the district says "we do not have adequate staffing or sub coverage."
Evanston FOP Sergeants' Union Reaches Agreement With City On COVID-19 Vaccination Policy; All Evanston Public Employee Unions Have Now Done SoThe City of Evanston announced Wednesday that it has reached an agreement with its Fraternal Order of Police Sergeants employee union on the city’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy.
2 People Displaced By Apartment Fire In EvanstonTwo people were displaced Monday by a fire that broke out in an apartment building in Evanston.
On Veterans Day, Army Recruits From Evanston Honor Those Who Went Before ThemThey packed up their rucksacks for a four mile trek with their army recruiter, a show of respect for those who've served their country.
City Of Evanston Secures Agreements With Police, Firefighter Unions On COVID-19 Vaccination MandateThe City of Evanston announced Tuesday that it has secured memoranda of understanding with its police and firefighter unions with regard to a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for city staff.