CDC Rules Regarding COVID-19 Postpone Some Evictions"We're all in a pandemic right together. So I'm looking to help my fellow man, but I'm also looking to keep my head above water while this is happening because I have a family to feed as well."
Amid Ongoing Issues With Village, Terrance Wallace Brings At-Risk Boys To Live With Him In Barrington Hills MansionTuesday marked a fresh start for some young African-American boys from Chicago’s roughest neighborhoods.
FedEx Workers Surprised By Snake Sliding Around BoxesIt's the second time in one week Aguilar had to retrieve a snake. Last Thursday, CBS 2 reported he picked up a python from a home in Woodlawn.
Chadwick Boseman Had Special Relationship With Chicago Theater Group"There's no way this can real. There's no way that we lost such a powerful young, gifted Black man who touched so many lives. Mine personally."
Mother-Daughter Business Owners Try To Salvage Ice Cream Shop After The Pandemic, City Unrest"We were the projected to have an amazing year before the pandemic happened."
60629 ZIP Code On Southwest Side Sees Alarming Rise In COVID-19 Positivity RateAn alarming jump in the coronavirus positivity rate has been seen in one specific Chicago ZIP code.
Mail-Sorting Machines Taken Out Of Service At Main Post Office, O'Hare, Union Rep SaysOn Monday, CBS 2 learned that mail-sorting machines are being taken out of service at Chicago’s Main Post Office west of the Loop and also at O’Hare International Airport.
Former Illinois Gov. James 'Big Jim' Thompson Dead At 84Former Illinois Gov. James R. Thompson has died at the age of 84. 
Misinformation May Have Led To Looting, But Englewood Residents Still Wary Of CPD: 'Nobody's Hearing It'The looting and destruction early Monday, hours after false social media posts said police had a shot a 15-year-old boy and shot his mother too. The suspect was actually 20. Police said he fired at officers first. His mother was not hurt.
Chicago Has Long History Of Civil Unrest, But Downtown Location Makes This Year DifferentThis has been a very tense time in Chicago, with first the pandemic and then major outbreaks of unrest, just two months apart. As CBS 2's Jim Williams noted Monday night, the city has lived through this before.
Chicago Landlord Upset Over Tenant's Refusal To Pay Rent, Says They're Taking Advantage Of Pandemic Moratoriums"If you can't pay the rent, if you need to move or make some other arrangements, then be an adult and work it out with the landlord."