Cook County Circuit Court Website Back Online, After Weeks-Long Outage Caused By BreachAttorney Robert Kezelis said seeing the court clerk’s website back up and running wasn't so much a surprise, “more like a huge relief.”
Farmers Market Vendors Pleased As Open Boulevards Program Kicks Off In Logan SquareShutting down streets and opening up shop – the city’s Open Boulevards program kicked off in Logan Square on Sunday.
Artists Who Struggled Mightily Amid Pandemic Hope To Make Up For Lost Time At West Loop Art FestLocal artists hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic are hoping to make up for lost time during the last outdoor festivals of the summer.
Bears Vow To Do Better After Inconsistent Defense In Game One Against RamsWhat many believed would be the strength of this Bears team – the defense – proved inconsistent Sunday as the Bears lost Game One to the Los Angeles Rams.
Two Dead, Four Hospitalized After Carbon Monoxide Leak In Little VillageTwo people died and four others were hospitalized, including three children, after a carbon monoxide leak Friday afternoon at a home in the Little Village neighborhood.
Chicago Public Schools Starting New Flag Football League For High School GirlsThis weekend, Illinois will become the fifth state with girls’ flag football as a high school club sport. CBS 2’s Jackie Kostek checked in with a first for the ladies at Steinmetz College Prep in Belmont Cragin.
Amid Violent Holiday Weekend In Which 4-Year-Old Boy Was Shot And Killed, CBS 2 Pulls Up On Yet Another Scene Of A Deadly ShootingThis Labor Day marks an unofficial end to a violent summer. As of late Monday afternoon, at least 58 people had been shot in Chicago since 5 p.m. Friday and five of them had been killed – including a 4-year-old boy.
2 Chicago Police Officers Face Aggravated Battery Charges After Allegedly Beating Teen In WoodlawnTwo Chicago Police officers have been charged with felony aggravated battery (public way) and felony official misconduct, the Cook County State's Attorney confirmed Wednesday. 
Family In Glen Ellyn Thrilled As Swimmer Ahalya Lettenberger Makes Paralympic Dream Come True In TokyoA local swimmer made her Paralympic dreams come true over the weekend.
North Lawndale Employment Network Has A New Home, And Some Proud Success StoriesWe’re always looking for ways to help people get back to work in this tough job market. In order to do that, you’ve got to go into neighborhoods and see what’s working. CBS 2’s Jackie Kostek did just that, and found a heck of a success story in North Lawndale.
DuPage County Health Officials Issue Warning With Bat Bites, Rabies Concerns On The RiseBat bites are on the rise in DuPage County, with the county health department saying at least five bats have tested positive for rabies recently.