Allen Espino, 29, Arrested In Hit-And-Run Of Woman At Bus Stop During Mexican Independence Day Festivities In South LoopA man has been arrested in connection with a hit and run of a woman at a bus stop during Mexican Independence Day festivities in Chicago's South Loop on Sept. 15, according to the Chicago Police Department.
Some Suburban County Restaurants, Bars Say They'll Continue Indoor Service In Defiance Of Gov. Pritzker's COVID-19 OrdersStarting Friday, DuPage, Kane, Will, and Kankakee counties are ordered by Gov. JB Pritzker to stop all indoor service at bars and restaurants.
Mentor Steps In For Boy Who Was Caught Vandalizing Seniors' Building And Was Sent Back By His Mom To ApologizeCBS 2 this week told you the story of young boys vandalizing a senior home in West Pullman, and how a mother of one of the young boys forced him to fess up. On Wednesday, CBS 2’s Marissa Parra followed up on how a local mentor is stepping up now too.
CBS 2 Update: Mail Delivery Resumes In DarienKelly told CBS 2 she got mail over the weekend, delivered by a different carrier.
Some Residents In Darien Aren't Getting Mail: 'My Son Has Medication...It's Pretty Important'"What's the post office going to do now?"
Emotional Testimony Heard In Court From Mother Of 2 Alleged Victims Of 'Cheer' Star Jerry HarrisThe mother of two alleged victims of Netflix star Jerry Harris provided emotional testimony at a hearing in federal court on Wednesday.
Family Says They're Moving After Boy, 12, Is Wounded In Head By Bullet While Watching Cartoons At Home In Calumet CityA 12-year-old Calumet City boy was recovering in the hospital Saturday after getting shot in the head.
Nearly A Year After He Was Shot Dead, Nurse Frank Aguilar's Family Seeks Closure And JusticeA suspect in the shooting that killed a nurse in Little Village last year is due in court this week, and the family of the victim gathered Sunday in a desperate plea for closure.
Couple Prevails Over Serious Health Problems, Pandemic Hurdles, And Last-Minute Venue Cancellation To Tie The KnotFriday is wedding day for Marv Cerwinske and Amanda Riley, but getting there hasn’t been easy.
Cubs Playoff Baseball Begins In Wrigleyville, Under Much Different Circumstances Than UsualPlayoff baseball is back at Wrigley Field, but because of COVID-19, fans are not.
A Loss Of History: Southport Lanes Bowling Alley Going Out Of Business After 98 Years Due To COVID-19The Southport Lanes bowling alley and its predecessor, the Nook, survived the Great Depression, the Spanish Flu, and some of Chicago’s worst weather – but not COVID-19.
Hit-And-Run Driver Still At Large After Slamming Into Woman At Bus Stop During Mexican Independence Day Festivities In South LoopPolice Wednesday evening were searching for a man after a hit-and-run that left a woman injured at a South Loop bus stop.
4 Northwest Side Businesses Hit With Break-Ins Over 2 HoursFour businesses were broken into within miles of each other on the Northwest Side Thursday morning.
DuSable Museum Of African American History Remains Closed Amid Pandemic, Fights For Equal FundingWhile Chicago’s larger museums have opened amid the coronavirus pandemic, many of the smaller independent museums, including the DuSable Museum of African-American History, remain closed because they can’t afford to do otherwise.
Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Man Armed With Knife Who Lunged At Officers In Vittum ParkChicago police fatally shot a man who lunged at officers armed with a knife early Saturday morning, according to the Chicago Police Department.