With Another Rash Of Carjackings This Weekend, Victims Want Solutions Rather Than Just Reports Of PatternsIt remains a growing epidemic within the coronavirus pandemic – carjackings were up 132 percent in 2020, and they show no signs of slowing.
As COVID-19 Pandemic Rages On, Flu Season Off To A Very Quiet StartCBS 2’s Marissa Parra spoke to a healthcare worker on the frontlines with the answers on why the flu has so far been a no-show so far.
Four Carjackings Reported Within Hours On North And Near Northwest Sides; Police Say They're Working To Fight SpikeMore Chicago drivers are being terrorized by out-of-control carjackings, including at least four new attacks on the North and Near Northwest sides.
Contested Election Sows Divide Among GOP Lawmakers; Chicago Election Attorney Calls It 'A Dramatic, Dramatic Line In The Sand'This week, a growing number of national Republican lawmakers have pledged to take their final stand to contest presidential election results.
Chicago Faith Leaders Say They're Closer To Congressional Hearings On Wrong Raids After Meeting With Rep. Danny DavisChicago pastors on Thursday said they are one step closer to congressional hearings about wrong raids by Chicago Police, after meeting with U.S. Rep. Danny Davis (D-Illinois).
Murder Suspect Arrested In East Chicago After Escaping Custody Outside McDonald's In Gary, IndianaA murder suspect was arrested in East Chicago weeks after he escaped from custody by jumping out a car window at a Gary, Indiana McDonald's.
Many Chicagoans On Edge With With No Federal Stimulus Bill Signed, Programs Set To ExpireAt midnight Eastern time Saturday night, millions of struggling Americans were poised to lose financial protections unless President Donald Trump signed a relief bill.
Hyde Park Restaurateur Offers Christmas Meal Kits To Stay AfloatRestaurants struggling during the pandemic are offering Christmas meals to go and pickup for the first time ever – and it’s not to make extra dough on the side.
Line Stretches 15 Blocks As Actress Ta'Rhonda Jones And Her Foundation Give Away Toys, Food In West Garfield ParkA Chicago actress and her foundation brought 3,000 toys, food, and countless smiles to the West Garfield Park neighborhood for the holidays Wednesday.
COVID In Chicago: Staying Home Is A Privilege Many Latino Communities Can’t Afford As Virus Devastates FamiliesFor some, staying home and avoiding congregate settings is easier said than done – especially in the Latino community.
Advocate Condell To Resume COVID-19 Vaccinations After Temporary Suspension When 4 Employees Had ReactionsAfter temporarily pausing COVID-19 vaccinations Friday night when four employees had reactions, Advocate Condell Medical Center will resume vaccinations Sunday.
As Vaccine Shipments Roll Out, Chicago Area Medical Professionals Are Grateful And RelievedThere was a major sign of hope Sunday on the battle against the coronavirus, as the first boxes of COVID-19 vaccine were packed up and shipped out from the Pfizer plant in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Four Dead After SUV Crashes Into Building In CiceroFour people are dead after a crash in Cicero left their vehicle in flames early Saturday morning.
FBI, Metra Police Seek Shooter Who Opened Fire On McCormick Place Station PlatformOn Dec. 1, a man got off a northbound Metra Electric District train at the McCormick Place station, pulled out a collapsible rifle from his backpack, and fired a single shot while standing on the platform
'We Can Only Do So Much:' Teachers Mourn Pregnant Teen Shot Dead In Gage Park, Express Worry About ViolenceLizette Mata, 16, is among Chicago’s latest young victims of gun violence – she was killed this past Thursday night in Gage Park.